Built in the early 7th century AD, this is the oldest as well as the most visited temple in Tokyo.
The stunning residence of the Japanese emperor located on the former site of Edo Castle.
If you are a fan of anime which has, as a style, took the western comic book stores and animated movies market by storm, this is the place…
Looking at this tower, you may think for a moment that you found yourself in Paris.
This wonderful complex combines traditional Japanese architecture and enchanting nature.
This park, spreading over a site of a major 19th-century battle, is one of the largest and most popular places of public relaxation in…
The Tsukiji Market, supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor…
This market, located near the Ueno train station, is a great place to get nearly anything, from fresh seafood to clothing, for very budget…
This bronze statue is a tribute to the worldwide-known symbol of unwavering loyalty, dog Hachiko.
A historic street connecting the Kaminarimon with Sensoji Temple's centre.
Also called the 'New Tokyo Tower', this majestic monument is a must-see for any visitor of Tokyo.
This area is a world-famous centre of unique Japanese street fashion and underground culture.
The Tokyo National Museum or TNM is an art museum in Ueno Park in the Taitō ward of Tokyo, Japan.
Shibuya Crossing is a popular scramble crossing in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
One of the twelve moats surrounding the Imperial Palace and a favourite spot amongst the tourists for its stunning scenery.
Kappabashi-dori, also known just as Kappabashi or Kitchen Town, is a street in Tokyo between Ueno and Asakusa which is almost entirely…
If you are travelling on a tight budget, but you still want to see as much as you can, you cannot miss out on this place.
Hamarikyu Gardens is a public park in Chūō ward, Tokyo, Japan. Located at the mouth of the Sumida River, it was opened to the public on…
One of Tokyo's many beautiful shrines. This one's history reaches back to the 5th century AD.
This area is one of Tokyo's newest and most expensive urban development projects.
This unmistakeably bright, large red gate is the first thing most tourists see when they enter the Senso-ji Temple.