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Sightseeing in Central Tokyo

Sightseeing in Central Tokyo

Whether you live in Tokyo or are visiting Japan for the first time, getting a taste of one of the world’s most fascinating cities is easy. From Tokyo’s tranquil shrines to glistening skyscrapers, there are many iconic spots you should be sure to visit at least once.

Sightseeing in Central TokyoTokyo is known to be an unusually diverse metropolis, in that it offers both modern as well as historic attractions. If you are looking for traditional sites, how about a trip to Asakusa, the Meiji Shrine or the Imperial Palace? The unique Tsukiji fishmarket is bound to be a memorable experience as well. To experience the more modern sides of Tokyo, visit Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tower, or the Tokyo City View deck inside the Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills. Odaiba has become another popular destination, with its clever mix of shopping, sightseeing attractions and entertainment offerings.

Tourist Information
03-5321-3077 | 1F Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No.1
9:30am-6:30pm | Holidays: New Year Holidays
03-3201-3331 | 1F Shin-Tokyo Building, 3-3-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
9:00am-5:00pm | Holidays: January 1
Tourist information, ticket arrangements, baggage services, currency exchange & ATM
Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit
7:30am-8:30pm