Write a Review We'd love to hear from you. Leave us a review

Thanks a lot, your feedback is greatly appreciated.
Name
Email
Comment
Submit
Fareoair - Your one stop platform to plan a dream holiday!
Deals About Contact Travel Alerts

The Capital’s Destinations: Tourist Attractions in Tokyo

Date 29 Jun 2015 | Posted by Linda Paul

Tokyo Destinations

Tokyo is one of the top cities in the world and a must see for tourists. It offers plenty in terms of sightseeing and things to do. In fact so much that you may be confused on what to do. Fear not, for we have listed the top tourist attractions in Tokyo below so that you can be sure not to miss out on them.
 

Cherry Blossom Festivals

Cherry Blossoms are synonymous with Japan and their blooming marks the end of winter, welcoming the spring. And this is celebrated throughout the country. Visit the numerous places in Tokyo to see these festivities including the Asukayama Park, the Meguro River, Sumida River bank and others. The captivating sight of cherry blossoms gently falling into the rivers will keep you affixed for a long while. The blossoming occurs from around 20th March to 8th April.
 

Meji Shrine, Shibuya

One of Japan’s most popular temples, this shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his Empress Shoken. It’s located amidst a tranquil forest and is a great sight to see. It provides a place to relax away from the crowds in the city, and you may even get a glimpse of one of the traditional weddings which are held there. If you want to avoid crowds, avoid going there in the first days of the New Year.
 

Yoyogi Park

Tourist attraction in Tokyo
Located adjacent to the Meiji Shrine, it is one of the largest Parks in Tokyo. It is perfect for a good hike, bicycle ride or a picnic. Or you may participate in some sports with the locals. It is a great way to spend the morning or evening.
 

City Views

The Mori Tower in the Roppongi Hills has a 52nd Floor Observation deck called the Tokyo City View. Visiting this is a must for anyone traveling to Tokyo. The deck offers stunning views of the Tokyo Skyline and the $15 admission ticket will also allow you a visit to the Mori Art Museum. An alternative to this is the 45th Floor Observation Deck of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices, they do not have an admission fee.
 

Ryogoku Kokugikan

The National Sumo Hall in Tokyo is sure to give the tourist an authentic Japanese experience. Sumo fights, move demonstration by former champions and parades in traditional clothes will create a grand traditional Japanese feel. The best times to visit the sumo stadium are during one of the 15 day tournaments which take place in January, May and September.
 

Shibuya

Shibuya
The most famous district in Tokyo, it is a place that never sleeps and teems with color and people. Its crossing has become iconic in modern films and waves of people cross it every minute. Be sure to check it.
 

Flying To Tokyo

You can get to Tokyo in an economical manner by using the numerous deals that Fareoair provides for Flights to Tokyo. Book your tickets for your next holiday and visit these famous tourist attractions in Tokyo.

Round Trip One Way Multi City
Urgent Travel

If you are flying today or within a few days, please contact us at 800-295-3436 or email us at info@fareoair.com.
We will do our best to find you a good deal.



Nearby Airports


Join us on Facebook

Follow Us