You will be surprised Tokyo has such different faces depending on where you go. From quaint historic area like Asakusa and Ueno, to young and busy are like Shibuya and Shinjuku. My blog will tell you the best location for you to visit. However, If your time is not so limited, I really want you to meet every personalities Tokyo can offer!
A new young culture always starts from Shibuya. Restaurants, bars, shopping and night clubs - everything is here.
You must see this old town of Japan. Riding rickshaw ride through Senso-ji, you will see what Tokyo has been thru. It's close to Skytree and enjoy small local shops on the side of streets.
Shinjuku is the busiest station used by over 350 million people everyday. After a long day of shopping at Isetan and other fashion building, enjoy nature in Shinjuku Gyoen Park. Can't forget Kabuki-cho and Goldengai.
Discover the mixture of luxury and Japanese heritage. There are 45 Michelin restaurants hidden between high brands, and Kabuki theatre is also a must-see.
Harajuku and Omotesando represent trend of Tokyo. Young pop culture, that's affordable, can be found in Harajuku and Omotesando has more mature and edgy fashion and restaurants. Both areas change dramatically over time.
All of the good museums and galleries are here. This charming town has an atmosphere of locality with Ameyoko and wholesale districts. What's more? You can take your kids to Ueno zoo and park!
Waterfront Shopping/entertainment area that's family friendly. You can take water bus or monorail and feel the sea breeze and enjoy sunset and night views.
Roppongi is known for its glittery night life and bars but there are a lot to do during the day - luxury shopping, art museum and lots of others. Click to find out.
Akihabara is known to be the center of many Electronic stores and Cultural center for Otakus. In Akihabara you will never get bored. Here are some list of things to do to have fun in Akihabara!