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Shinjuku

Shinjuku

4.6/51,838 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
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.
Senso-ji

Senso-ji

4.5/54,161 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
April-September 6:00-17:00, October-March 6:30-17:00; Nakamise Shopping Street is generally 9:00-19:00. (Local time)
One of Tokyo’s oldest and most significant Buddhist temples, Senso-ji is located in the city’s Asakusa District. Dedicated to the Bodhisattva of compassion, the first temple was founded as far back as 645 CE. Destroyed during World War II, Senso-ji was eventually rebuilt and stands now as a symbol of rebirth and peace. Many small shops line the main street approaching the temple. It is a popular area for tourists and among the more well-known parts of Tokyo. Each spring a grand festival is held in and around Senso-ji. Over the course of a few days upwards of 2 million people visit the temple complex.
Kamakura Museum of Literature

Kamakura Museum of Literature

4.4/517 Reviews
Art Museum
Museum
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum

Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum

4.6/5199 Reviews
Museum
11:00-22:00 (the last order is 30 minutes before closing) (Local time)
The Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is a must-see for people who like ramen. This unique museum truly reproduces the scene of the street when the sun sets in the 1958. The city is full of style and nostalgia. Here, you can not only learn about the history of ramen in Japan, the types of Japanese ramen in different periods, but also taste the authentic ramen of famous restaurants in Japan.
Meguro River

Meguro River

4.6/5209 Reviews
River
Open all day (Local time)
The Meguro River is a river which flows into Tokyo Bay near the Tennozu Isle Station. The river banks are extensively landscaped and act as an urban green space for communities along its length. Every March and April, the flowering cherry blossoms lining the river resemble a corridor of flowers, contrasting beautifully with the river itself. As the petals fall, the water turns into a flowing pink stream. Visitors can also enjoy the spectacular sight of cherry blossoms at night. The air is fresh and the area quiet. There are various cafes, art shops, and boutiques where one can truly experience life among the locals.
Jufukuji

Jufukuji

4.7/59 Reviews
Temple
Tsukiji Fish Market

Tsukiji Fish Market

4.4/5617 Reviews
Market
Varies by shop, typically 5:00 to 14:00. Closed:Sundays and national holidays. Some shops also close on some Wednesdays. (Local time)
Tsukiji Fish Market was the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. It was also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. Located near the waterfront in Tokyo’s Chuo ward, the wholesale market was famous for the quantity and variety of products moving through on a daily basis. Due to space constraints, there was a long standing desire to move the market’s wholesale operations to a different location, which was finally accomplished in late 2018. Despite no longer having the same level of activity, Tsukiji Fish Market is still immensely popular as the many retail shops and restaurants remain. Visitors will often wait in long lines for the chance to sample exquisitely fresh seafood.
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari

Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari

4.6/5569 Reviews
Hot Spring
11:00 - 9:00(next day), last admission : 7:00 (next day) (Local time)
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari is a highly popular hot spring theme park in Tokyo’s Koto ward. Designed to resemble an Edo period hall, Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari combines this historical element with a traditional hot spring experience to create something unique. Japan is, of course, well-known for its hot spring culture; however, the added touches at Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari make it something you will not want to miss. Relax away your troubles in one of the many therapeutic pools or find a quiet place to enjoy some good food. You will feel like you’ve stepped back in time to a historic Tokyo.
Kinpozan Jochi-ji

Kinpozan Jochi-ji

4.5/510 Reviews
Temple
Genjiyama Park

Genjiyama Park

4.8/56 Reviews
City Park
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