Best Place in Tokyo
The Tokyo Olympics, which will be held in the summer of 2020, is coming soon. I think many people are considering visiting Japan at this time. Here are five recommended sightseeing spots in here when you come to the it.
- Tokyo Sky Tree（東京スカイツリー）
- Takeshita Street（竹下通り）
Tokyo Sky Tree
The new landmark in Tokyo is the Sky Tree. Since the new construction, many tourists have visited as tourist attractions.
1st Observatory Observatory Deck (350m)
So, There are restaurants, cafes and shops. Therefore,There is a departure lobby on the 4th floor and an arrival lobby on the 5th floor.
2nd observation deck (450m)
A tube-shaped, glass-covered path called the Tembo Corridor installed. The Tembo Corridor has a slope of about 110m connecting the two floors of the second observation deck.
・ Overview of Tokyo from far view circuit.
・ There is also Sumida aquarium.
・ There is a shopping mall called Tokyo Solamachi right below, where you can enjoy sightseeing and shopping.
Price (Sky Tree)
◆ Set ticket (First Deck + Second Deck) On the day
- Adult (over 18 years old): 3,100 yen
- Middle-aged (junior high school students): 2,350 yen
- Child (elementary school student): 1,450 yen
◆ First Deck (350m) On the day
- Adult (over 18 years old): 2,100 yen
- Middle-aged (junior high school students): 1,550 yen
- Child (elementary school student): 950 yen
Second Deck (450m) On the day
- Adult (over 18 years old): 2,300 yen
- Middle-aged (junior high school students): 1,650 yen
- Child (elementary school student): 1,000 yen
※Only Sky Tree requires an admission fee
The scenery seen from 451m is very beautiful and comfortable! There are also stylish cafes and restaurants, so you can spend a romantic time on an adult date.
Of course, if you go with your family, there is no doubt that your children can excited!
Asakusa district has prospered as a downtown area since the Edo period. Even now, it is an attractive area in Tokyo where you can feel the atmosphere of downtown, and it is a very popular tourist destination for both Japanese and foreign customers. Discover a variety of historical buildings and cultures. It is close to the new landmark, the Sky Tree, and is full of attractions.
Sensoji is the oldest temple in Tokyo and has a long history, dating back to 628. It has a history of more than 1,300 years. It is also known as a representative tourist attraction of Asakusa, and the annual number of worshipers reaches 30 million. Annual events such as Hatsumode and Setsubun are held in large scale, and it is a representative temple in Tokyo.
At here, you can also draw the classic fortune at the temple for 100 yen each time.
After passing through Kaminarimon, Nakamise-dori is thriving. Nakamise of Sensoji Temple has prospered since the Edo period. Nearly 100 stores connected. The beautiful scenery of cobblestones and unified illumination signs is very popular with customers from overseas. Thundering, kintsuba, and agemanju are also recommended for eating out.
The main hall located on Nakamise Street. The old temple originally designated as a national treasure, but it destroyed by the Great Tokyo Air Raid in 1945. The current main hall rebuilt afterwards and made of reinforced concrete. On the outside, there are ceiling drawings of Ryuko Kawabata’s “Dragon’s Drawing” and Domoto’s impression brush “Tenjin Sanka’s Drawing”. Omikuji, which located right next to the main hall, written in English so that overseas customers can enjoy it.
Meiji Jingu is a 1 minute walk from Harajuku Station in Tokyo. The guardian forest, which suddenly appears in the middle of Tokyo, is a oasis of a noisy city, a place to relax and heal the hearts of people every day. Japan’s leading shrine, which boasts the largest number of worshipers visiting Japan every year, also selected in 2012 as one of Michelin’s famous 20 star three-star sightseeing spots. There are plenty of attractions and attractions that renowned as one of the leading power spots in here! Here are the points you should check before visiting.
After the Emperor Meiji died on July 30, 1917 and the princess, Empress Emperor Shoken, died on April 11, 1914. The voice of the nation eagerly aspiring for the worship of the gods rose, and it founded in 1920. When choosing the enshrined place, there were many candidate sites, but it was decided to be Yoyogi, a place with deep connection as the garden of His Majesty. Before the land was used, there was a residence of the Omi Hikone Domain, the li family. After the Meiji Restoration, the Ii family has been dedicated to the government, and has reached the present.
The land of Yoyogi was a wilderness in the outskirts of Tokyo. To build a precinct in such a land, forestry scientists of the time made detailed calculations, and 120,000 trees donated from all over the country planted systematically with the goal of creating an “eternal forest”. One hundred or two hundred years, assuming how much closer you can forest by nature.
By the way, it seems that the current forest maintained almost without errors from the plan calculated at the time. You will be moved by the incredible grandeur that everything was made by man! The wilderness spreads out in a town of Harajuku that is full of young people.
It is said that there are benefits of romance fulfillment and good luck. In addition, it is also known as a shrine with a wide range of benefits such as business prosperity and prayers for success.
Opening hours: Meiji Shrine opens at sunrise and closes as the sun sets. Therefore, opening and closing times differ depending on the month. Closed: None Address: 〒151-8557 1-1 Yoyogi-Kamiencho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
What is Toyosu Market?
Since its opening in February 1935, the Tsukiji Market has playing a role in providing a stable supply of fresh food to Tokyo residents for more than 80 years before the war. However, due to aging, overcrowding, quality and hygiene issues, dismantling decided.
However, after the “Toyosu New Market Plan” was issued in 2004, soil contamination was found at the resettlement site. Hazardous substances significantly above national environmental standards have been detected on the ground and have been criticized by some wholesalers for dissatisfaction with health and safety burdens and the costs of relocation. In 2012, Toyosu New Market started work on soil pollution control in 2012. The Toyosu Market completed over 14 years with repeated postponements
There is a panel that introduces seasonal fish in each of spring, summer, autumn and winter. This not only introduces fish, but also describes how to cook the fish and eat it deliciously. Here you may want to check the seasonal fish and recommended recipes before buying fish at the market, or see the recommended recipes for the fish you bought and use them as a reference for eating.
Tuna auction tour deck (fisheries wholesale building)
Further down the tour gallery, the biggest highlight of the Fisheries Wholesale Building ridge is a plaza where you can watch a tuna auction. You can see the huge sales floor from the second floor to the first floor, but it is safe because there is an exhibition that introduces the location of each sales floor for each marine product for general tourists who do not know where and what sold.
There are 39 restaurants here.
There are many shops that mainly deal with seafood, and this is the best place to eat sushi.
Opening hours: Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 5AM~5PM, Friday: 5AM~2AM, Closed: Sunday, Wednesday Address: 6 Chome-3 Toyosu, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0061
Takeshita Street is a spot where you can experience the latest culture of Japanese youth.
Harajuku Takeshita Street is a place where people from all over the world gather for a cute culture.
Even if you do not have anything you want from cute fashion items to miscellaneous goods and sweets, you can enjoy it just by looking at it