Tokyo Tourism, Japan: Places, Best Time & Travel Guides 2022
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Tourist places in Tokyo, are huge in number with much beauty and significance. Everything about the city is beautifully done in a way that makes it look and seem both eccentric and authentic. The historical value it holds has a lot of significance. The activities that can be enjoyed here are best of the lot, people can go trekking, hiking, canoeing, rafting, kiting, etc. People coming in from all over the planet enjoy the city’s scenery and the monumental greatness of the city and its surroundings. The Mt. Fuji, is a big mountain, the biggest mountain in all of Japan, and is very close to the beautiful city of Japan. The easy access that the people of Tokyo have to Mt. Fuji enables the city to have a lot of tourism revenue from the mountain. The nightlife of Tokyo has slowly risen to a crescendo after having been in a gradual ascent for a very long time. The pubs, bars, nightclubs and other utilities that are needed for nightlife to flourish are all available all over the city. The important nightclubs are Arcadia Tokyo, Tom Tokyo, Plate Tokyo, Jubilee Park Tokyo. Tokyo’s nightlife has blossomed and flourished in the last two decades.

The best time to visit Tokyo is during April-May, and end of September and start of October times, when the crowds are small and the weather, beautiful. Getting into and around Tokyo is amazingly easy because of the high level of connectivity that goes around. The various modes of transport such as bus, boats, trains, taxis are available.

The many attractions of the Tokyo are Imperial Palace, the Ghinza markets, the Sensoji Temple, hr museums of art and sculpture, the Meiji Shrine, the sky tree, etc, everything that we have heard about, everything that adorned the souls of little children and the pages of the Geography books those children read, Tokyo has.

Tokyo, however, is the kind of dream which every family, every friends’ group has lived. Couples from all over the world go there to spend their honeymoons, in summer, winter, spring, and autumn and secluded spots are engaged by these starry-eyed couples, who love going on strolls, hand in hand and happy. Therefore, one can safely assume that there are many tourist places in Tokyo.

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11 February 2020
Tokyo helicopter tour is very good way to see tokyo from the top. I am a photographer and I got a lot of amazing shots from the top. Thanks thrillophilia for this tour.
11 February 2020
This was my first helicopted ride during tokyo helicopter tour, I was a little afraid and excited. Seeing tokyo from the top makes those skyscrapers look very small. Mt. fuji was also visible from the top. It looked so beautiful that I booked a tour to mt fuji for the next day from thrillophilia.
10 February 2020
I checked the price on lot of websites but thrillophilia price was best. A bus comes after every 20 minutes, so we did not have to plan a lot. It is the best way to travel in Tokyo.
10 February 2020
Tokyo walking tour is the best way to witness the local culture. I had an issue related to the inclusions and called thrillophilia team, there response was quick and they talked to the guide and resolved the issue immediately, We went to the famous bridge, Meiji Shrine, and Nihonbashi. thank you thrillophlia for this experience.
10 February 2020
I booked Tokyo walking tour to get to interact with the locals. my guide Koji Nami was a great guy. and spoke very good english. I wanted to customize my tour and change the itinerary and bit. He agreed and showed me the places I wanted to visit. He introduced me with a lot of locals and told me interesting stories about the place.
11 February 2020
I was thinking what is the best way to travel in tokyo, then I saw this subway pass. I booked it and it helped me a lot. There is a subway station near every major spot in tokyo so I was able to travel very easily.
11 February 2020
We were a group of 8 people, and we were worried about how we will go to the hotel. One of our mates saw this Airport Limousine Bus Transfers in Tokyo and I immediately booked it. and I was glad that i did.
11 February 2020
I was travelling with my grandmother who is 72 year old. So I needed a hassel free and comfortable ride to our hotel. Thanks to airport limousine Bus transfers we could travel to the hotel safely.
11 February 2020
Tokyo Skyliner Ticket is the best way to go from airport to city. Free wifi is the best thing.
It was amazing! We reached from airport to the city in just 40 minutes. The train was so fast and clean too. The ticket was affordable too.

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  1. Travel Advice

    ·         Do not get involved in fights or brawls with anyone.
    ·         Do respect the local cultures and traditions.
    ·         Do not get indulged in drugs of any form.
    ·         Make sure you do not travel alone in the night.
    ·         Girls please ensure that you do not get over friendly with someone you barely know.
    ·         Do not eat street food without checking the quality.
    ·         Make sure you drink only bottled mineral water.
    ·         Check for the seal before you buy a water bottle.
    ·         Do not buy a bottle from the brand you do not know.
    ·         Before going to a restaurant, make sure you research well about the applicable dress code and dress accordingly.
    ·         Learn a few words from the local language of the region. It can be a good way to communicate with the locals and understand the local traditions and cultures.
    ·         Always book a hotel in an area that is centrally located.
    ·         Avoid staying in any shady area.
    ·         Keep the vendors at bay.
    ·         Do not entertain the touts.
    ·         Do not entertain the beggars.
    ·         Always carry with you at least one proof of your identity at all times.
    ·         Do not leave your passport in the hotel room.

  2. Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in Tokyo is 20 years. 

  3. Our recommendations: What you can't afford to miss

    The Imperial Palace

    The major draw of Tokyo is the Imperial Palace. Nested in the Marunouchi district, the palace with its 17th century parks is encompassed by moats and walls. Still used by the Imperial family of Japan, the palace stands on the very site which in 1457 had the first fortress built by the Feudal Lord Ota Dokan. Some notable features of the palace include the 2 meter thick wall enveloping the palace and its gates, one of which leads you to the East Higashi-Gyoen Garden which is one of the few areas that remain open for public viewing. The main palace gardens are open just twice a year – One on April 29th and the other time on 2nd January during this time people flock in large numbers to catch a glimpse of the Emperor. This is the best sightseeing attraction of Tokyo


    Ginza District

    Ginza District calls you to shop till you drop. It is one of the busiest shopping destination of Tokyo. The district is considered to be just as iconic as the Times Square of New York. Not many know that the district is even older than the Times Square. This has been the commercial hub of the country for centuries. It is the very place where the 5 ancient roads connect all the major cities of the Japan. Fringed by imposing palatial stores and several executive shops, Ginza district is just a great place even if you wish to just wander around. You can sit in one of the many coffee and tea shops or the restaurants while watching the world pass by you. Even if you don’t want to shop, this is one tourist attraction you simply can’t afford to miss.

    Asakusa and Sens-ji Temple

    The Asakusa district is a home to one of the most famous shrine of Tokyo - exquisite Sens-ji Temple. It stands on the edge of a huge street where you can shop for an exquisite variety of products such as combs made using wood and ebony, precious paper goods, masks, toys, kimonos, fabrics and masks. Dedicated to Kannon who is the Buddhist goddess of compassion, the magnificent temple has been around ever since AD 645. It has rightly retained its original appearance despite having been built multiple times. The top highlight of the temple includes the Kaminari-mon Gate that has a 3.3 meter high red paper lantern which has "Thunder Gate;" inscribed on it. Incense Vat you get from here is known to drive away most ailments.

    National Museum of Nature and Science

    Situated in the Ueno Park of Tokyo is the National Museum of Nature and Science that has been around ever since 1871. It is also one of the oldest museums of the country. Completely modernized and renovated, this museum houses within it a vast collection of materials relating to science, history along with an array of fascinating displays on space development, transportation and nuclear energy. Guests who come here for sightseeing can get a deep insight on the latest technological and scientific advancements. Some of the major highlights of the Japan Gallery include traditional customs and outfits, prehistoric creations of people of Japan, robotic and vintage vehicles and technological and scientific displays.


  4. What you will like there?

    The Manners

    People in Tokyo are incredibly considerate and friendly. Everything you’ll see here from the sidewalks to the subways is neat and tidy. Passing through the streets of Tokyo, you’ll notice that there are hardly any trash bins in the city yet nobody here litters. It is a standard rule here to take back your trash with you to home in a purse or bag that you are carrying and throw it only in a bin. More so, people always organize themselves in straight lines while they wait for in the massively cramped subways. You can also find female only cars for the ladies who feel uncomfortable standing so close to the men. However, the ultimate decorum of mannerism of people of Tokyo is noticed in their restroom etiquette. Bathroom sounds are considered to be very rude in Tokyo. This is the reason why the toilets are equipped with the control pads which offer musical options. You can play these on the go so that there is no one hearing you when you are peeing. So, when you are getting so much from the locals here, why not return the favor and be nice and gentle to them.

    The Fashion

    Tokyo is way more playful and costum-y than America. One common fashion trend here is the “Cosplay” which is also known as the “costume play”. It is a trend used by the young people to pay homage to their favourite comic book, movie, anime or movie characters. You’ll also find some impressive and intricate ensembles especially in the hip and happening Harajuku district. The standard daywear hear comprises of the dresses, suits and the heels. Everything here is upscale and high on the fashion meter. So, get out your designer outfits whenever you are planning a holiday in Tokyo.  

    The Cuisine

    Food in Tokyo is rich, fresh and very delicious. The degree of options and variety in food in itself is very overwhelming. If you are one of those budget-conscious traveller, you can find a number of shops on just about every nook and corner of the street that will serve you with the traditional noodle dishes such as yakisoba and udon that are available at affordable prices. Most of the shopping areas also have huge food courts which offer you a vivid variety of culinary delights. The very precision and detailing in Japanese cooking is something which makes it very incredible. Even the simplest dishes you get in Tokyo are mouth watering.  One of the most loved dish of the Tokyo is Tonki which is widely eaten in the Meguro district.  

    The Fast Transit

    The public transportation in Tokyo is sprawling, fast and crowded. Metro of Tokyo is believed to be the busiest subway system of the world with more than 6 million people riding in it on everyday basis. Trains here are appreciably clean and well maintained. Usually on time, these are fully air conditioned too. 

    The View From The Mori Tower Observation Deck

    A 54 story high sky scrapper, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower houses top companies such as Pokemon, Google Japan and The Mori Art Museum. This magnificent deck presents beautiful 360-degree view of skyline of the city. The Sky Deck or the helicopter pad located on the roof of the building happens to be the only open-air observation deck. You can get a ticket up to the helicopter pad at about $ 18. This fare includes entry into the Art Museum that has curated everything from the installations to the relics from some of the hippest modern artists from across the globe. For those of you, who are scared of heights, grab a cocktail and enjoy a good meal at one of the swanky restaurants located nearby.   

    The Temples, Shrines, and Gardens

    Tokyo is an incredibly urbanized city. It has an unbelievable amount of magnificent shrines and gardens located in he city. Those seeking a peaceful respite from the monotony of the life or the hectic environment of Japan. One of the best sightseeing attraction is the Central Park’ of Tokyo. It is also known as the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden which has more than 1,500 cherry trees which tend to bloom every spring thereby creating a magnificent landscape. Others who seek tranquillity in Tokyo along with the historical and religious context, a visit to the Buddhist temples and the Shinto shrines may be something you desire. One significant spot of the city is the Shinto shrine Meiji Jingu. Shinto shrine Meiji Jingu is more like a shrine meeting forest in the heart of the city. You can enjoy a slow meditative walk through this fantastic place. Legend has it, that prayers are always answered here.    

    The Gadgets

    Desperately seeking a gadget but can’t put your fingers on the same? Tokyo very well knows what you seek. You’ll never see gadgets more incredible elsewhere. Everything from a watch which beeps when you’re close to a cop car to the cup holder which attaches to your windowsill, you can get your hands on anything and everything – unique and wacky. Technology and gadgets are not just impressive but also very well made. Shopping for gadgets can be a fun thing to do in Japan.  

    The Nightlife

    Nightlife in Tokyo is INSANEEEEEEEE! The city has four major attractions – karaoke lounges, dance clubs, upscale bars and a myriad of strip clubs. Right from dancing at clubs such as New Lex Edo or Le Baron de Paris to celebrity spotting, you can enjoy it all at the bars and nightclubs of Tokyo.      

    The Fireworks

    Fireworks have been a quintessential part of the history and culture of Japan. Several hundreds of dazzling festivals and shows are organized on annual basis. Mega celebrations of Tokyo take place in the summer. During this time the weather is warm and breezy making it ideal for relaxing in the outdoors. Attending these festivals and enjoying the firework show is definitely the most important thing to do here. Take note of the celebration and festivity calendar of Tokyo and make sure you plan your trip is such a way that it coincides with these festivals.

    The world's most sophisticated railways

    Given that Tokyo has over 100 surface routes and 13 subway lines run by the Japan Railways as well as the other private companies, the railway in Tokyo seems more like it was designed to win the world records. It is rare to spot a location in the metropolitan area which you can’t reach via a train ride or a short walk.

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  6. How to reach Tokyo?

    The best time to visit Tokyo is in between April and May, and between mid-September to late November. But different people have different preferences. Here is a month-to-month description of the best time to go to Tokyo:

    June-August: people like to go Vacationing in Tokyo around this time because this is when the holidays start. These months are the hottest, most humid and most crowded, which is something many appreciate because they enjoy seeing everything they are with others. This is also when the many stores of Tokyo pop up, so cheaper food and souvenirs can be found.

    September- November: this is one of the best times to go Tokyo. The weather is beautiful, with cool days, some light sprays of rainfall, which is perfect for keeping the surroundings cool. This is also the time when tourists are not visiting in huge numbers, and the sightseers have to face smaller queues. The flight and lodgings costs also go down a great deal.

    December to March: The winter season is normally the offseason, which means that prices go down a great extent. The humidity, naturally, is pretty low, and the snowstorms are extremely rare, so sightseeing is achievable and comfortable to all those who enjoy the cooler weather.

    April- May: the spring season is when the cherry blossoms blossom, which is something that no one going to Tokyo wants to miss. The cherry blossoms side, it is also the most comfortable part of the year, when it is not cold or hot, the weather is by far the best kind which the city experiences all year round.

  7. Which are the major tourist attractions in Tokyo?

    The port city of Tokyo has a lot of heritage and historical structures, which turned out to be amazing for tourism. The major tourist attractions in Tokyo are:

    • Imperial Palace
    • National Art Center
    • Ueno park & Zoo
    • Ghinza: A shopping Wonder
    • National Museum of Nature and Science
    • Meiji Shrine
    • National Museum of Western Art
    • Asakusa and the Sens?-Ji Temple
    • Tokyo Skytree
    • Kabuki-za Theatre
    • Tokyo National Museum
  8. What are the things to do in Tokyo?

    The Asian city of Tokyo has all the features and diverse characteristics that it needs to live up to the continent’s reputation, providing tourists too many things to do. The things to do in Tokyo are:

    • Cruise Lake Ashi
    • Explore The famous Mt. Fuji
    • Ride the Bullet Train
    • Explore Hakone National Park
    • Ride Mt Komagatake Ropeway
    • Bend a knee at Meiji Shrine and Temples such as Senso-Ji
    • Visit Imperial Palace
    • Shop at Ghinza Market Street
    • Watch the robot cabaret show
    • Check out the Nikko National Park
  9. What is the local food of Tokyo? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    The people in Japan, especially Tokyo, are keen on eating their food organic. The tasty local food one can eat in Tokyo are:

    • Sushi
    • Tempura
    • Sukiyaki
    • Ramen
    • Sashimi
    • Soba
    • Okonomiyaki
    • Udon
    • Chankonabe
    • Unagi
    • Miso Soup
    • Sake
    • Taki

    The best places to taste the eccentrically beautiful food are:

    • Nishiki Market
    • Tofu Temple
    • Sushi Tokami
    • Roppongi
    • Bar Track, Ebisu
    • Kushiya Monogatari
    • Sushi bar Hamacho
    • Takayama
    • Gamou-Udon
    • Shodoshima Island
    • Kanazawa
  10. What is the best public transport to commute around Tokyo?

    Tokyo is a Metropolitan City, therefore, its roads and streets are very well made and maintained. The best public transport around Tokyo are:

    By Train or by Subway: the best way to commute around Tokyo is By subway or by train, with JR Yamanote Line being an important railway line. There are the Tokyo Metro and the personal lines for the commuters.

    By Taxi: it is comparatively more expensive but the comfort people experience is enough to make up for it.

    By Car: this service is available only to those who have car owning people in the city, or the ones who rent a car. The traffic might be slightly slow, but the airconditioning in most cars makes up for it.

    By Bus: Areas that the trains and the subway don’t reach are covered by the services provided by bus. The buses are relatively cheaper and mostly air conditioned too.

    By Ferry: the ferry services or the water bus is available in the Tokyo Bay or the Sumida River. This is something most tourists normally experience.

    By bicycle: they are the cheapest, most environment-friendly mode of transport available in Tokyo. The bicycles are rented out at some pretty low prices too.

    By Foot: generally free, and the walker gets to avoid the traffic

  11. What is the local language in Tokyo and which are the most commonly used greetings? (mention at least 4) (Hello, Thank you, Good morning/night, What is the price of ____?, How far is _____?)

    greetings? (mention at least 4) (Hello, Thank you, Good morning/night, What is the

    price of ____?, How far is _____?)

    The Asians have a vast, beautiful literature with high linguistic power. The Following are the basics of the language that is spoken in Tokyo:

    • Hello: Kon'nichiwa
    • Good Morning: Ohay?gozaimasu
    • Good Night: Oyasumi
    • See you later: J? Matane
  12. Which are the best shopping places in Tokyo and what are they famous for?

    Ginza: Fine crafts and toys

    • Asakusa: culinary goods
    • Kagurazaka: wooden sandals
    • Roppongi: samurai weaponry
    • Naka-Meguro: secondhand stores and vintage pieces
    • Shibuya: apparel
    • Shimo-Kitazawa: vintage clothing stores
    • Aoyama: secondhand stores
    • Shinjuku: vinyl, CDs, and Electronics
    • Akihabara: manga and anime
  13. How is Tokyo for Honeymoon couples?

    Tokyo is a city of marble, where contrite statues and walls of layers of denudation stare at you in the face. The city has its own charm with romance oozing off the walls of most buildings of the cities. Tokyo for Honeymoon couples is awesome, and the best things to do there are:

    • Shop at the Rialto Market
    • Go wine tasting
    • Palatial monuments such as Bassano Da Grappa
    • Go for a trek in the Dolomite Mountains
    • Bend a knee at the Basilicas
    • Admire the Doge’s Palace
    • Take a special, romantic Gondola ride
    • Baroque Concert
    • Go for a Grand Canal Tour
    • Take a sip or two at the Hard Rock Café
    • Go for the opera
    • Go for a Teatro La Fenice Tour
    • Take the Cannaregio Food Tour
    • Check out the Murano Glass Factory
    • Visit the Burano Lace Laboratory
  14. How is the nightlife of Tokyo?

    The nightlife of Tokyo has finally emerged as an important part of its economy. the once almost nonexistent nightlife has now become a sudden, vast range of the nightclubs, bars, and pubs. The nightlife in Tokyo can be defined as:

    • R TOKYO
    • Moe Farre Tokyo Ginza
    • Arcadia Tokyo
    • Tom Tokyo
    • Plate Tokyo
    • Jubilee Park Tokyo
    • OL TOKYO
    • Biyakera Tokyo Shimashi
    • Cabin Naka-Meguro
    • Art n Shelter
    • Barneys Tokyo
    • ! Oak Tokyo
    • Bakurocho
    • Whistler Café Tokyo
    • King Stone Café and Bar
    • Croket Mimic Tokyo
    • Standing Bar Pare
    • Le Marquis
    • Zepp DiverCity Tokyo
  15. Which are the famous museums in Tokyo?

    Tokyo holds a lot of historical value to its occupants and the rest of the world, and the place is adorned with historical monuments and museums. The famous museums are :

    • Edo-Tokyo Museum
    • Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
    • National Museum of Nature And Science
    • Tokyo National Museum
    • National museum OF Modern Art Tokyo
    • National Water Science Museum
    • Mitsubishi Ichigikan Museum, Tokyo
    • Tokyo Metro Museum
    • Science Museum
    • Nezu Museum
    • Samurai Museum
    • Fire Museum
    • Suntory Museum of Art
    • Museum of Yebisu Beer
    • Madame Tussauds Tokyo
    • Hara Museum OF Contemporary Art
    • Tokyo Photographic Museum
    • National Museum of Western Art
    • Ota Memorial Museum of Art
    • Bank of Japan Currency Museum
    • National Art Museum
  16. How far is Mt Fuji from Tokyo? And how can I reach there?

    Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, is some 3500 m high and lies at a distance of 100 km or 62 miles away from Tokyo.

    There are many tours and travel packages to take a person from Tokyo to Mt. Fuji. The way to reach there is:

    You can take a bus or a train to the mountain. Then you can head up the mountain and check out the Lake Kawaguchi, along with the other four out five lakes on the Mountain of Fuji. There are ropeways, onsens, and ryokans at your service.

  17. When is the best time to visit Tokyo to attend its festivals?

    Tokyo has festivities all year round and is therefore generous with its holidays. Here is a month to month itinerary of all the festivals of Tokyo all year round:

    January: New Year, Sumo New Year Basho, Winter Sales, Sugamo Togenuki Jizo Taisai, Coming of Age Day

    February: Setsubun, Kite Market, Nagashibina, Valentine’s Day, Tokyo Marathon

    March: St. Patrick’s Day, Rikugien Garden Illumination, Dharma Doll Fair, Fire Walking Festival

    April: Hana Festival, Golden week, Kanamara Festival, Annual Spring Festival, Earth Day Tokyo

    May: Hanazono Shrine Festival, Handa Festival

    June: Hydrangea Festival, Sanno Festival

    July: Shimano Rokusen-nichi, Sumida River Fireworks Display, Tokyo Summer Festival

    August: Koenji Awa Odori Festival, Fukagawa Hachiman Festival, Asakusa Samba Carnival

    September: Ikebukuro Festival, Hibiya Oktoberfest, Tokyo Game Show

    October: Halloween, Tokyo Yosakoi Contest, Tokyo International Film Festival, Kiku Kuyo, Dai Ginza Festival

    November: Shibuya Festival, Labor Thanksgiving Day, Tokyo Jidai Matsuri, Tori-no-Ichi

    December: Emperor’s Birthday, Gishi-sai, New Year’s Eve, Setagaya no Boro Ichi

  18. Where can one enjoy adventure activities in Tokyo?

    The diversity of Tokyo allows tourists a whole lot many outdoors expeditions. The adventure activities that can be enjoyed there are:

    • Trek to Mt. Fuji
    • Nikko National Park tour
    • Kyoto Rail Tour from Bullet Train
    • Hakone, Mt. Fuji tour, Bullet trains
    • Hike to the Tochigi Shrine
    • Hakone Trip
    • Canoeing
    • Hike up Mt. Oyama
    • Biking or hiking up the Mount Norikura
    • Mt. Takao Hike
    • Spelunking the Ice Cave on Mt. Fuji in Aokigahara Forest
    • Skiing and ice skating on Lake Kawaguchi
  19. Which are the famous pilgrimage spots in Tokyo?

    The historical heritage of Tokyo allows it to have loads of religious spots all over the city and around it. The famous pilgrimage spots in Tokyo are:

    • Sensoji Temple
    • Meiji Jingu Shrine
    • Asakusa Shrine
    • Yasukuni Shrine
  20. Which are the best amusement parks to visit in Tokyo?

    The intensity of the beautiful city of Tokyo might not reach the young minds of the babies and youngsters visiting it, therefore Tokyo has provisions for the literal Amusement of kids, which come in the form of Amusement Parks. The Best Amusement Parks to visit in Tokyo are:

    • Hanayashiki Amusement Park
    • One Piece Tower Tokyo
    • Tokyo Dome City Attractions
    • Namco Namjatown
    • J-World Tokyo
    • Arakawa Yeuen
    • ASOBono
    • Hikifunegawa Water Park
    • LaQua
    • Jiyugaoka Sweets Forests
    • Jokan-Ji Temple
  21. Where can I witness sumo wrestling in Tokyo?

    The most famous sport in Tokyo or Japan, in general, is Sumo Wrestling. The Sumo Wrestling occurs in the March month. The sumo wrestling in Tokyo takes place at:

    • Ryogoku Kokugikan
    • Sumo Stables in the low part of the City
    • Osaka
    • Fukuoka
    • Nagoya
    • Chiganoura training Stable
    • Tsukiji
  22. Which are the most famous and beautifully designed parks to visit in Tokyo?

    The infrastructure of Tokyo was planned in a way that accommodated parks to a great extent. These parks add to the beauty of the City. The most famous and beautifully designed parks to visit in Tokyo are:

    • Yoyogi Park
    • Ueno Park
    • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
    • Imperial Palace East Garden
    • The Institute for Nature Study National Reserve
    • Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park
    • Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden
    • Todoroki Valley
    • Kiyosumi Teien
    • Hama Rikyu

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Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand