Not only Tokyo Tower! Top 8 Tokyo spots, Insta spots, and romantic secret spots!

The first city you’ll want to visit is Tokyo. Apart from Disneyland and Tokyo Tower, are there any other places you should visit? With its beautiful city, theme parks, suburban Mount Fuji and more, you can get to know Japanese culture and experience different customs.

1.Tokyo Station

The design of Tokyo Station was inspired by Japanese architectural authorities and is based on the European Renaissance design concept, with a magnificent building featuring a north dome, a south dome, a central dome and three floors of steel and brick.

In addition to the historic buildings, Tokyo Station has everything from food, souvenirs and shopping, so if you want to fill your belly first, you can do so too! Almost all of Tokyo’s most popular souvenirs can be found at the station, so you can choose to buy them first. There are also plenty of lockers and manual luggage check-in services at Tokyo Station, so you don’t have to worry about carrying your luggage around with you.

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2.Tokyo Sky Tree

Tokyo Skytree, also known as Tokyo Skytree, is a blue and white tower with an observation deck that offers a panoramic view of Tokyo. At 350 metres above ground level, the Sky Deck of TOKYO SKYTREE features a 360-degree view of the city from the base of the tower, with large glass panels. The 450-metre-high Tokyo Skytree Sky Lounge is a glass-encrusted, tube-shaped corridor that gives you the feeling of walking through the air. Don’t miss the souvenir shop on the ground floor, where you can find a wide range of limited edition items from the tower!

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You can also go to Shibuya for shopping and food (especially curry and rice, there are really good food here, so it’s a gourmet gathering place), and experience the famous crossroads in front of Shibuya station, where 2 to 3,000 people cross the street every time the light turns green, and the highest number of people crossing in a day is over 2 million, which is really amazing!

4.Tokyo Tower

Builded in 1958, Tokyo Tower is a 333-metre high radio and television tower and one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It also has a large observation deck and a special observation deck with a view of downtown Tokyo.

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Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo and is dedicated to Saint Kannon, also known as ‘Asakusa Kannon’. The main gate of Asakusa Temple is called the Kazekami Raijin Gate, which is dedicated to the god of thunder on the left and to the god of wind on the right.

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Visit the Tokyo Asakusa Yae Kimono Rental Shop to experience traditional Japanese styling. You can choose from a wide range of styles, including men’s, women’s, children’s, yukata and luxury sleeves. Professional staff will assist you in dressing up, matching your hairstyle and tying up your hair, so you can experience the culture of kimono, which is full of learning. You can enjoy a stroll through the streets of Asakusa with a group of friends or the whole family, and take photos along the way to make memories of your trip.


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6.Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park used to be a training ground for the army, and after the war it was used as a dormitory for the US army and the Olympic athletes’ village, and has since been transformed into a park. Yoyogi Park’s most distinctive feature is the richness of its trees, which make it ideal for viewing cherry blossoms, gingkoes and maple leaves.

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If you feel a bit bored of staying in the city of Tokyo, it is advisable to arrange a suburban trip, and the first suburban trip is Kamakura and Enoshima, which are about an hour away from the city of Tokyo. These two spots are also popular among Japanese people as a weekend destination, and Kamakura and Enoshima have gradually become one of the must-see lists for tourists, thanks to Japanese dramas and movies such as “Slam Dunk” and “Haiku Diaries”.

8.Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Museum

If you don’t want to go further than Kamakura or Enoshima, you can choose to visit the Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Museum. The museum not only displays many of Miyazaki’s animated films, characters and scenes, but even hand-drawn sketches of the animation are on display, giving you an insight into how the animation was formed and developed.

9.Mt. Fuji

Fuji Five Points is the most popular climbing point on Mount Fuji (approx. 2,300m) and is accessible by direct bus from Lake Kawaguchi. For those who want to see snow and Mount Fuji in one go, there is no better choice than Lake Kawaguchi.

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10.Tokyo Disneyland

How can you miss Tokyo Disney when you are in Tokyo, Japan? It has been one of the must-see attractions for many Malaysian and Singaporean visitors, but if it’s your first time to Tokyo Disney, I recommend you to visit the land-based section first. Today I’ve put together a lazy guide to Tokyo Disneyland’s land-based parks, including transportation, must-see attractions, food recommendations and more.

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11.TeamLab Planets TOKYO

Located in the Toyosu neighbourhood of Tokyo, teamLab Planets is a body-immersive art gallery that uses light, shadow and line to experience art through the body. The exhibition is divided into five different spaces with seven works, each of which is composed of a huge body-immersive group of works based on the concept of ‘Body Immersive’. The works in the exhibition space change as the visitor interacts with them, allowing visitors to experience the blurred line between body and work and to rethink their relationship with the world. It’s a new attraction that has exploded in popularity in recent years and is recommended for everSensoji

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