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What to do in Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the most popular cities in the world. You’ve seen it in movies and TV shows, but you haven’t truly seen the best of Tokyo until you visit the city yourself. From authentic sushi, fascinating culture, steamy sento (bathhouses), and fantastic destinations, travellers across the world have Tokyo on their travel bucket list. So it should be on yours too!
Check out the incredible Japanese architecture in Asakusa’s Sensoji Temple and Meiji Shrine. Hop on the double-decker Sky Hop Bus for a fun tour around the city centre.
Are you a certifies fashionista? Then bring your wallet to the shopping paradise of Harajuku and Omotesando. Be dazzled by the selections and neon lights of Shibuya and Shinjuku. If anime is the reason you came to Japan, then drop your Japanese Yen and go on shopping spree at Akihabara and Nakano districts. Don’t forget to save some of that pocket money for your visit to the Ghibli Museum!
Relax your feet and pamper yourself in a local sento (public baths) or onsen (hot spring) theme parks like Oedo Onsen Monogatari. Then go treat yourself with fantastic food at Roponggi, Ginza, and the Nishiki Market.
Tokyo is also filled with the most magical theme parks. Bring your loved ones to see Mickey in Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, and say “konnichiwa” to Hello Kitty in Sanrio Puroland.
End your trip on a high not by seeing panoramic views of Tokyo from the popular Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tower. Take in the stunning scenery and find out where else you should come back after your amazing trip.
There’s plenty more waiting for you in the world-class Japan city. Now go plan your trip with tips and ideas from this helpful Tokyo travel guide.
When to visit Tokyo
The best time to visit Tokyo to see the city full of colours is during spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). You’ll see endless cherry blossom trees blooming in spring, while you can enjoy falling leaves and fewer tourists in autumn.
Start stuffing your luggage now because Singaporeans can fly to Japan and travel to Tokyo visa-free for up to 90 days. If you want to extend your stay and get more travel info, just visit the Embassy of Japan in Singapore.
Travelling to and around Tokyo
You will be flying in to Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport, where you can reach Tokyo’s city centre by bus, train, and taxi. Travel around Tokyo and start exploring by taxi, subway, JR train, bus, and boat.
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Cheapest time to fly to Tokyo (TYO)
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