Two Romantic Days in Tokyo

Who would say Tokyo is a heaven for art lovers? This itinerary will show you the most reputed galleries and charming parks.
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Day 1: Two Romantic Days in Tokyo

Tokyo Imperial Palace

The stunning residence of the Japanese emperor located on the former site of Edo Castle.

Kitanomaru Park

Kitanomaru Park is a public park in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan located North of the Tokyo Imperial Palace.

Chidorigafuchi

One of the twelve moats surrounding the Imperial Palace and a favourite spot amongst the tourists for its stunning scenery.

Shinjuku-sanchome

Shinjuku-sanchome Station is a subway station in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, operated jointly by the two Tokyo subway operators, Tokyo Metro…

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

A charming garden that features three different gardening styles and a picturesque pond, but mainly is home to hundreds of cherry trees,…

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Day 2: Two Romantic Days in Tokyo

Tokyo National Museum

The Tokyo National Museum or TNM is an art museum in Ueno Park in the Taitō ward of Tokyo, Japan.

Ueno Imperial Grant Park

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…

Ameya-Yokocho

This market, located near the Ueno train station, is a great place to get nearly anything, from fresh seafood to clothing, for very budget…

Ueno

Ueno Station is a major railway station in Tokyo's Taitō ward. It is the station used to reach the Ueno district and Ueno Park—which…

Asakusa Toei

Asakusa Station is a railway station in the Asakusa district of Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Tobu Railway, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway.

Nakamise Street

A historic street connecting the Kaminarimon with Sensoji Temple's centre.

Senso-ji

Built in the early 7th century AD, this is the oldest as well as the most visited temple in Tokyo.

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