Tokyo, Japan is the largest city in the world. With over 35 million people living in Greater Tokyo, it is also the world’s most populated city. Tokyo blends new technological advances with glimpses of Japan’s rich cultural past. There is always something to do here, but for this article, we will focus on ten things to do. Let’s take a look at ten things to do while visiting Tokyo, Japan.
10. Hama-riyku Gardens
Hama-riyku Gardens is a public walking garden located in Tokyo, Japan. It was built by shoguns in the 17th-century for their own enjoyment, but was later opened to the general public. The highlight of the garden is a beautiful tea house.
9. Shitamachi Museum Annex
Shitamachi Museum Annex is a museum located in Tokyo, Japan. It was originally in 1910, and was a sake house. The museum houses beer and sake equipment.
8. Imperial Palace
Imperial Palace is located in Tokyo, Japan. Since 1868, this has been the place that the Japanese imperial family has lived. Free guided tours are conducted, and they are offered to the general public.
7. Kitanomaru Park
Kitanomaru Park is located in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the more well-known parks in Japan. Live concerts and martial arts competitions, along with many other things, are held here regularly.
6. Kanda Myojin
Kanda Myojin is a shrine located in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the oldest shrines in Japan, and dates back to the 8th century. It was well regarded by the Edo shogunate. It was rebuilt after it was destroyed during the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923.
Sensoji, also known as Asakusa Kannon, is a Buddhist temple located in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world. It is also one of the largest in Japan, and a huge attraction for locals and visitors alike.
4. National Science Museum
National Science Museum is located in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the world’s largest museums. It features life-like exhibits of the majority of the animals on Earth. It also features technology exhibits, as well as many other types of exhibits.
Bookoff is a used book store located in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the best loved book stores in the city. Besides books, movies, albums, and games are also offered. It is open from 10AM-11PM.
2. Don Blanco
Don Blanco is a Mexican restaurant located in Tokyo, Japan. It features the most authentic Mexican food in Tokyo. Lucha libre wrestling masks for patrons, tequilas, and home-made tortillas are featured here.
Womb is an exclusive nightclub located in Tokyo, Japan. It was created by by the same people who built New York City’s Twilo. It was also featured in a scene of the movie Babel. It is also one of the most expensive clubs in the city.