Things to see in Tokyo

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Tokyo.
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  • One of the quintessential icons of the city of Tokyo. It is similar to the famous case of Eiffel Tower in Paris, but a few meters higher (just over eight) and with colors (red and white). It has two observatories, one at 150 m and a...
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  • It is a quintessential bohemian neighborhood. A place for geek souls the world over. A commercial neighborhood specializing in gadgets, comics, manga, anime, video games, computers, dvds ... It is the perfect place to stroll and spe...
  • The title of my experience in this market becomes more important due to the fact that it is written by a Vigo native, since in Vigo we have a spectacular fish market. The only requirement is that you go early, at 6:00 the ritual beg...
  • Shinjuku is like something out of a science fiction movie. It’s densely packed full of people, neon lights, and modern skyscrapers, but it also has its more homely corners. There’s too much to do here for me to describe in one sitti...
  • The truth is that it has lovely grounds. The greenery of the place and the water contrasts with the skyscrapers that are right next door. Moreover, you have to take a picture at the main bridge and keep it for life. I could not ente...
  • You can enjoy the best sunsets in Tokyo from Odaiba. To understand what I mean, see the photo gallery. It is a perfect place for a romantic evening or a quiet afternoon or evening stroll. It offers ideal views of the skyline of Toky...
  • In the area of ​​Shinjuku, one of Tokyo's busiest areas, the city's government building is located here and, very high up, there are two towers, one northern and one southern, which offer for free, one of the best views of the city....
  • This is one of the most popular districts of Tokyo due to it's noise and movement. It's full of young people going there to buy their clothes and going out. It is an area that you should visit without fail if you visit the city. You...
  • It is one of the most popular neighborhoods of Tokyo and it is because it is one of the most expensive areas in the world. There are many top designer shops of the more expensive brands, the Sony buildings, there are spectacular res...
  • Rainbow Bridge is very similar in structure to the Golden Gate in San Francisco. You can get to Odaiba Island by car, train or monorail from the city of Tokyo. The most impressive thing for me is to see it at night. Everything is li...
  • This is without doubt one of the most "traditional" shrines in Tokyo. It's here that I saw a traditional Japanese wedding, which are held here almost every weekend. The shrine is Shinto, the traditional religion of Japan, which deal...
  • One of the most frequented meeting places in the city of Tokyo is located in front of the Shibuya Train Station: Hachiko's statue. Hachiko was an Akita dog who, even after the death of his master in 1925, faithfully continued to wai...
  • A truly impressive sight to see the whole park in shinjuku center and stop having to listen to the sounds of cars and people and to be able to immerse yourself in the peace of a garden with ponds and carp. This place is highly recom...
  • The Harajuku district is the best place to find traditional Japanese clothing, which is quite expensive and very expressive and strange. There you'll find clothes for every budget and even some more conventional options, but without...
  • Ueno Park - A walk through this area is essential. It is one of the most extensive green spaces in the city. A visit is spectacular specially in spring with cherry blossoms. Within the complex there is the Pagoda, the Tosho-gu Shrin...
  • It is without doubt one of the most famous intersections in the world. At whatever time of day, there are hundreds of pedestrians crossing at each green light. I will spend a day there and set up a video because I am so curious. If ...
  • This is a market in every sense of the word. No modernity and only great products such Shinjuku or Tsukiji. They sell everything and everything is very cheap. Jerseys that are fakes, appliances, clothing, backpacks, food, shoes, it ...
  • This is a multi-storey shopping center with small shops located in Nakano-ku Tokyo, west of Shinjuku. It is easily accessible from JR Nakano station. Although the ground floor is dominated by clothing stores, coffee and tea, on the ...
  • The Roppongi district in Tokyo is best-known for its bars and nightclubs, in addition to its nightlife. I went during the day to Roppongi Hills, which is a huge, hyper-modern, and very impressive complex that combines housing, shopp...
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