Senso-ji Temple

Located in Asakusa, Senso-ji is Tokyo's oldest and most famous temple. It's known for its striking red gate (Kaminarimon), Nakamise shopping street, and the main temple hall where visitors can participate in traditional rituals.

Shibuya Crossing

This iconic intersection in front of Shibuya Station is one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world. Experience the organized chaos as thousands of people cross the street at once, surrounded by neon lights and towering buildings.

Tokyo Skytree

Enjoy breathtaking views of the city from the observation decks of Tokyo Skytree, one of the tallest towers in the world. On clear days, you can see as far as Mount Fuji.

Meiji Shrine

Set in a serene forest in the heart of Tokyo, Meiji Shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Visitors can participate in Shinto rituals, stroll through the peaceful grounds, and witness traditional weddings.


Known for its quirky fashion, Harajuku is a vibrant neighborhood where you'll find trendy boutiques, street food stalls, and colorful street art. Takeshita Street is particularly famous for its youthful energy and unique shops.


Dubbed as the "Electric Town," Akihabara is a paradise for anime, manga, and electronics enthusiasts. Explore the countless shops selling everything from video games and anime merchandise to high-tech gadgets.


Tokyo's upscale shopping district, Ginza is home to luxury boutiques, department stores, and upscale restaurants. It's a great place to indulge in shopping, dining, and people-watching.


Situated on a man-made island in Tokyo Bay, Odaiba is a popular entertainment and shopping district. Attractions include the futuristic Fuji TV Building, the giant Gundam statue, Palette Town with its giant Ferris wheel, and the teamLab Borderless digital art museum.