Tokyo Hotels, Activities, and Information
Japan's fast-paced capital constantly reinvents itself to stay on the cutting edge of technology, fashion, and entertainment. Yet what truly captivates about Tokyo is its balance between futuristic pursuits and traditional charm. Tokyo is the home of conveyor belt sushi and perfectly punctual trains, gothic lolita maids and towering sumo warriors. In Tokyo you'll find pre-war noodle shops hidden in Shinjuku alleyways and serene shrines minutes away from busy financial districts, not to mention some of the best shopping and night spots around.
In Central Tokyo
All Central Tokyo Hotels / Shinjuku Hotels / Shibuya Hotels
Ginza Hotels / Ueno and Asakusa Hotels / Tokyo Station Hotels
Visit Tokyo's hot spots with a professional guide!
• Dynamic Tokyo: Tokyo Tower, Tea Ceremony, Sumida Cruise, Asakusa From JPY 12,000
Experience Japanese culture in the nation's capital!
• Try your hand at making sushi in Tsukiji. From JPY 14,500
• Visit Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli Museum. From JPY 6,000
Get big discounts on Shinkansen and hotels by booking together!
• To Tokyo: Train & Hotel Package 2 Days from Kyoto From JPY 25,300
• To Tokyo: Train & Hotel Package 2 Days from Osaka From JPY 26,300
• From Tokyo: Train & Hotel Packages to Hakone From JPY 12,400
• Imperial Palace
The home of the Imperial family and government, the beautiful gardens and imposing walls of the Imperial Palace are a must-see for visitors to Tokyo.
• Meiji Jingu Shrine
Meiji Jingu's verdant, sprawling grounds will make you forgot that you are in the middle of Tokyo, with the exception of occassional skyscrapers peeking over the treeline.
• Akihabara Shopping Area
Home and Mecca to Japan's anime, manga, and video game otaku culture, Akihabara has become one of Tokyo's hot spots for residents and tourists alike.
• Ueno Onshi Park
Commonly referred to as simply Ueno Park, it contains a number of shrines, temples, a giant lilly pond, art and science museums, and Ueno Zoo, among other points of interest.
• Ghibli Museum
The history of Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli is chronicled here in a half-museum, half-playhouse complex that would itself fit seamlessly into one of Miyazaki's own films.