The Tsukiji Market
A rarity for a wholesale market, Tsukiji Market is close to the downtown area, making this a major tourist spot that draws a large number of general visitors and customers.
A traffic intersection in front of Shibuya Station, where up to 3,000 people cross at once. This dynamic flow of people is a feature of Shibuya.
Senso-ji, built in the 7th century, is the oldest temple in Tokyo and has the most number of visitors. The Kaminarimon and Nakamise shopping street are famous Tokyo tourist spots.
Akihabara Electric Town
Stores that sell various electronic equipment, parts and software stand side-by-side in one of the world's largest electronic quarters, also known as the "geek mecca".
Harajuku Takeshita Street
Unique small fashion boutiques targeting young people line the street. This area becomes a vehicle-free pedestrian-only area from 11 AM to 6 PM.
Since 1958, this 333m-high broadcasting tower, also the tallest freestanding tower in the world, has been a Tokyo landmark. The lookout café is a popular chill-out spot.
The Tokyo Skytree(R) is the 634m high world's highest freestanding broadcasting tower that began its construction with the transition to digital broadcasting in 2011.
East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
An urban oasis with historic Edo Castle sites and abundant flowers and greenery. Various trees grow around the grounds, enabling visitors to appreciate seasonal flowers throughout the year.
Tokyo Dome City
Facilities with various entertainments are assembled in Tokyo Dome City, ranging from baseball games, an amusement park, kids' superhero shows, concerts, wrestling matches, a day spa and accommodation.
Meiji Jingu Shrine
A shrine which receives its largest number of visitors on New Year's Day. In recent times, it has been attracting attention as a major spiritual place in Tokyo.