The Top-10

Top 9 Famous Film Locations in Tokyo - 2023

Updated Sep 2023
  • No.1

    Tokyo Tower

    3,311 Reviews
    2.3km from downtown
    "stunning tower and excellent view of Tokyo city. Fortune that I book tickets that access both main deck and top deck via online 2 weeks before. it was a sunny day and good weather. A handphone and ear phone equipped with different languages is provided before you go to Top deck. It explained every significant building in a different direction."
    Highlights: Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower located in the city's Minato ward. Frequently appearing in film and television, it is an icon on the Tokyo skyline. Two observation decks afford visitors the chance to snap breathtaking pictures, while the tower’s lower levels host a number of restaurants, shops, and museums. Completed in 1958, Tokyo Tower’s lattice design was closely inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. When lit up after dark, Tokyo Tower makes for an impressive background in any photo.△ The 150m-height Main Deck, where you can get a sense of Tokyo's cityscape in all three dimensions.△ Plus, the 250m-height Top Deck, with a perfect bird's-eye view of the whole of Tokyo.
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  • No.2

    Tokyo Skytree

    1,534 Reviews
    6km from downtown
    "This time I went to Japan to live near Yasaka Station, just next to the Skytree. The Skytree will change color from time to time at night. It is completely two images with the morning. It is not a look at the observation deck. It looks good to take pictures or take pictures below."
    Highlights: Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Tokyo’s Sumida ward. Completed in 2011, it is the world’s tallest tower and the second tallest structure. The tower is the primary television and radio broadcast site for the Greater Tokyo Area. It is painted in an original color based on "aijiro," the lightest shade of Japanese traditional indigo blue. At night, the Tokyo Skytree is illuminated in one of two artistic lighting designs meant to express harmony and the connection between today and tomorrow. As a true landmark on the Tokyo skyline, the Tokyo Skytree is a great backdrop for any picture.
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  • No.3

    Shinjuku City

    1,568 Reviews
    6.1km from downtown
    "Shinjuku is one of Tokyo’s most famous neighborhoods and should be a place you want to visit. You can find the famous Godzilla Head near Hotel Gracery Shinjuku."
    Highlights: Shinjuku is one of Tokyo’s special wards. It is a major commercial and administrative center, home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Following the Second World War, Shinjuku has developed into one of Tokyo’s most important neighborhoods. Countless restaurants and cafes populate the many streets, and Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest railway station. The dazzling billboards, fascinating shops, and trendsetting fashions, all make Shinjuku a must-visit location. You will certainly have no problem spending many hours in this wonderful part of Tokyo.
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  • No.4

    Roppongi Hills

    693 Reviews
    3.4km from downtown
    "The centre of luxury and exquisite boutiques, fashion and art exhibition."
    Highlights: Roppongi Hills is a prominent property development located in Tokyo’s Minato ward. Centered on the 54-story Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills was envisioned as an integrated development project where residents could live, work, recreate, and shop all in close proximity. The mega-complex incorporates office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafes, movie theaters, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheater, and a few parks. As a vision for urban living, Roppongi Hills still attracts a lot of attention today. It is a great place to get a sense for the innovation and drive so characteristic in much of Tokyo.
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  • No.5

    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    6,372 Reviews
    5.2km from downtown
    "Japan's Tsukiji off-site market 🇯🇵 a place full of food and fresh seafood. Being an environment brings a coveted feeling, all in front of you are delicious 😉"
    Highlights: Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park and garden located in Tokyo’s Shinjuku neighborhood. During the Edo period, the land was privately held by the Naito family. Following the Second World War, the garden was opened to the public and designated as a national park. There are more than 20,000 trees, including over 1,500 cherry trees, which attract large numbers of visitors during their bloom from late March to late April. There is also a popular French-style garden set within the park. As a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is an oasis of tranquility and well worth a visit.
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  • No.6

    Odaiba Marine Park

    398 Reviews
    4.6km from downtown
    The World Is Mine
    "Odaiba Seaside Park has a good night view. Along with the rainbow bridge, the high-rise buildings in the distance are also very charming, so it is recommended to watch them calmly at night ^^"
    Highlights: Odaiba Seaside Park is an artificial seaside park located in Tokyo Harbor. Boasting a man-made beach and impressive views of the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower, visitors are in for a treat. Relax on the rocks by the sea, experience the fun of windsurfing, admire the scenery, or stroll through the park. There are many things to do. Be sure to find a good spot to snap a few pictures of the bridge, Tokyo’s skyline, or the Replica State of Liberty. Odaiba Seaside Park is a wonderful green space in the heart of Tokyo.
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  • No.7


    201 Reviews
    870m from downtown
    "Traveling to the Imperial Palace of Tokyo, Japan, punch in Hibiya Park, the park is located in the south of the Japanese emperor's residence in Tokyo. It is a modern Western-style park in Japan. It has a history of more than 100 years. This open park has no doors and boundary walls, and many citizens are here to refine their bodies."
    Highlights: Hibiya Park is a public park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda ward. During the Meiji period, the park was used as a military muster area and parade ground. It has become a resting place for workers who gather at lunchtime to have a few minutes break from office-related stresses. On weekends, Hibiya Park is popular among courting couples. It is close to the Imperial Palace and a short walk from Ginza. Park facilities include a library, public tennis courts, restaurants, a flower shop, and an open-air arena where concerts are often held.
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  • No.8

    The National Art Center, Tokyo

    130 Reviews
    3.6km from downtown
    "The theme is whether to leave the light itself or the traces of the birth of light as a work. A space where you can think while experiencing beauty for a long time."
    Highlights: The National Art Museum of Art was built by the world-renowned designer Kisho Kurokawa. It opened in Minato-ku, Tokyo on January 21, 2007. It is the fifth national art museum in Japan since the National Museum of Art. The museum is based on the concept of symbiosis, and all buildings are built to cooperate with the integration of man and nature, becoming a model of Japanese architectural history. The museum has the largest exhibition space in Japan, and there are exhibitions from time to time. The huge inverted cone building is eye-catching, and there is a restaurant on the top. The glass curtain in the pavilion is undulating and unforgettable. The design is based on the concept of green, so that the building has functions such as earthquake resistance, rainwater reuse, and natural underground ventilation, and is connected to the subway station. There are no collections in the museum, but it has tens of thousands of square meters of large-scale exhibition space in Japan, which is specially used to hold planning exhibitions and publicity exhibitions. Because of the large space, more than ten exhibitions with rich contents can be held simultaneously. The center plays the role of collecting, disclosing, providing and educating information and materials related to art. The hall is especially eye-catching are the two inverted cones, one high and the other low. There are restaurants and cafes on the third floor of the inverted cones. Because of the wide upper part and the narrow lower part, the area of the top of the cone as a dining area has become larger. , and the rest area on the first floor has also become more spacious, which has to be said to be a great design. The interior is divided into more than ten exhibition halls of different sizes, with a high patio design and a beam-free exhibition space. Off-site integration of art libraries, lecture halls, shopping spaces, restaurants, cafes, etc., and even cooperating with Cibone, a famous home furnishing store in Tokyo, to open an art museum store, while designing exclusive goods for the art museum.
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  • No.9

    Suga Jinja

    36 Reviews
    4.2km from downtown
    "Since the film's release, it has attracted many fans to make the pilgrimage, especially at a crossroads in front of the shrine, which is also the location for famous scenes. Mainly dedicated to the god of sukuka and the god of inari, the shrine has the precious "36 Song Xian Painting", which is the designated tangible cultural heritage of Shinjuku District."
    Highlights: Suka Shrine is located in the Shinjuku area and became famous for "Your Name". The stairs outside the shrine appear in a classic scene. Since the movie was released, it has attracted many fans to pilgrimage, especially a crossroad in front of the shrine, which is also the location of famous scenes. The Suka Shrine was founded in 1634 and mainly enshrines the Great God Suka and the Great God of Inari. The precious "Thirty-Six Songs" is preserved in the shrine, and it is a designated tangible cultural property of Shinjuku City.
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