Tag: Things To Do in Tokyo

 
  • 10 Best Parks and Gardens to Visit in Tokyo

    10 Best Parks and Gardens to Visit in Tokyo

    Gardens and nature have a special place in Japanese culture. Almost every castle has a lovely garden, and the plants and landscaping surrounding Japanese temples are the main features for many of them. Various Japanese festivals are all about blossoming flowers and natural cycles. This is true even in Tokyo, […]

     
     
  • 10 Best Day Trips from Tokyo

    10 Best Day Trips from Tokyo

    There is a lot to see in Tokyo, but this amazing city is only one small part of a country full of amazing sights and experiences. Tokyo’s modernity is almost unrivaled and it is a great center of Japanese culture as well as technology. However, if you want to see […]

     
     
  • What to do in Tokyo in Summer

    What to do in Tokyo in Summer

    A visit to Tokyo in the summer will be an extraordinary lifetime of achievement, despite the hot humid weather and rain. I always think that Tokyo is a fantastic city with a really good mix of things to do and see. Perhaps this is the most beautiful and popular city […]

     
     
  • 3 Days in Tokyo Summer Itinerary

    3 Days in Tokyo Summer Itinerary

    Tokyo is one of the major tourist spots in Japan where you would like to come back over and over again to experience the seasonal attractions it offers throughout the year. Think of its beautiful cherry blossoms display in spring, and fall colors in autumn – how amazing it could […]

     
     
  • What to do in Tokyo in Winter

    What to do in Tokyo in Winter

    Tokyo is a dynamic and bustling city, packed with endless tourist attractions, where old and modern Japanese traditions could be found. It is a dream destination to millions of Japan enthusiasts. Meanwhile if your intention is to discover the country’s picturesque rural landscapes you have to escape from there to […]

     
     
  • Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2019 | Visit Yamanashi

    Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2019 | Visit Yamanashi

    Japan’s spring season is very brightly colored not only for of its ume, sakura, and tulips, but also for Shibazakura (moss phlox). There is a renowned Shibazakura matsuri in Hokkaido, I won’t discuss it here, but today I will share a travel guide that tells you about the country’s largest […]

     
     
  • Setagaya Ume Matsuri at Hanegi Park

    Setagaya Ume Matsuri at Hanegi Park

    Setagaya Ume Matsuri is one of the prominent plum blossom festivals in Japan, held in early February in Tokyo. Want to know something about this yearly Japanese festival? Who knows, you might get some interesting information that includes few travel tips to this place. Hanegi Park hosts Setagaya ume matsuri […]

     
     
  • 10 Best Places to See Cherry Blossom in Tokyo

    10 Best Places to See Cherry Blossom in Tokyo

    Where to see cherry blossom (sakura) in Tokyo? If you are looking for the prettiest sakura viewing spots in Tokyo, today I want to share 10 of my favorites with you. Most of these hanami spots are located across the city in different public parks and gardens. There is a […]

     
     
  • Tsukiji Fish Market: A Tokyo Travel Guide

    Tsukiji Fish Market: A Tokyo Travel Guide

    Visiting Japan very soon? I could suggest you a top tourist attraction of Tokyo. However, have you ever imagined that a normal fish market that smells too fishy for you could turn to a popular tourist spot? You better think of your local fish market now, is it popular or […]

     
     
 
 

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