What to Expect
One of Tokyo’s Principal tourist destinations with its bustling temple complex.
You feel the mood of the Edo era by which lined with old-established shops.
You will see places of scenic and historical interests as well as amusement spots along the Sumidagawa River. Waterway traffic will definitely add enjoyment to your journey.
One of Tokyo’s finest beautiful garden. The main futures are a large duck pond with an island that’s home to a charming tea pavilion as well as some wonderfully manicured trees, some of which are hundreds of years ago.
[Tsukiji Outer Market]
A one-stop shop for anything you need to prepare and serve a great Japanese meal. It is very atmospheric and justifiably popular area as a top attraction for food lovers.
[Tsukiji Hongwanji Temple]
A temple of the Hongwanji school of the Jodoshinshu sect of the Buddhism. Its building, which is an astonishing appearance. The ancient Indian Buddhist style is rare in Japan, and it’s hard to imagine that the design is for a Japanese temple.
The only kabuki theatre in the world was built in 1889 and has continued to present performances that incorporate the spirit of the times.
[Ginza Shopping District]
An area lined with luxury brand stores and casual fashion stores as well as various other shops.
Well-famous shopping district as Fifth Avenue and the Champs- Élysées.
[Roppongi Hills (Tokyo City View Observatory)]
Home to the city’s leading contemporary art museum, a sky-high observatory, shops galore, dozens of restaurants and even a formal garden on more than 11 hectares.
Tokyo City View Observatory is on 52nd floor, 250 m or 820 ft high. You can also pop out to Tokyo’s highest rooftop Sky Deck for open-air views rising 270 m or 885 ft high. (additional fee 500 yen will be charged to climb up)