Tokyo Sights and Landmarks Guide, Japan
Tokyo can be one of the best destinations for your next holidays. You cannot find such great blend of traditional and modern ethics in any part of the world. This is one of the oldest cultures in the world and you can see that ancient traditions are followed in many parts of the country even though modern values are incorporated. This fine balance has made the city very popular among tourists.
At every single corner of Tokyo you have something different to see. If you want a glimpse of imperial culture, you have to visit Chiyoda and if you are looking for a youthful nightlife, go to Shibuya. The best sight in Tokyo is the city itself where you get to know the fabulous lifestyle of the people of Japan.
You can find a number of temples and museums in Tokyo. These museums and temples are very different from the cathedrals in Europe. You can never miss a trip to the temples in Asakusa and the imperial gardens in the Imperial palace on your visit to Tokyo. These temples are built in true Japanese style and different worshiping principles are followed. People of Japan have strong belief in their God and follow many ideologies that are evident from these temples.
You can take a look at the city from Tokyo tower and enjoy fabulous views during night times. There are a number of museums in the city like the Drum museum, the Beer museum to name a few that let you peep into the past of the city.
Don’t miss visiting the Hama Rikyu Garden, which is regarded as one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan. The garden shows up the most vivid varieties of flowers, a three hundred years old pine tree, moon viewing pavilions and also a tree house.
Tokyo Disneyland is not only popular among the kids but among elders, too. Although the theme remains the same in all Disney lands, the place still attracts hundreds of visitors every day. Then there is Tokyo Sea Life Park that is loved by every single kid visiting the place. It has aquariums showing up the varieties of fish in Japan and also has a small beach and a huge Ferris wheel for kids.
Being at one of the many martial arts school is a whole new experience. Martial arts is very popular in Japan and seeing some of the tactic practiced by the students is a fabulous experience.
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review by travelgrove-editor posted more then 30 days ago
Japan - Tokyo March to May is spring time and the most popular season. September to November and is also a great time to travel however winter time can be very cold so December to February and the summer months of July to August are freezing. China - Beijing, Shanghai Spring and...
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- Ueno Park
travel tip by party-girl posted more then 30 days ago
Uneon Park is resgistered as the oldest park in Tokyo and is a favorite place for families. They have not just peaceful walkways but temples, art galleries and a zoo. Many museum have their residence here also, like the Orient Museum,...
- Central Tokyo
travel tip by norfolkjon posted more then 30 days ago
The first stop to almost every visitor that goes to the metropolis is the central district of Tokyo. Though the are has been destroyed many times by bombardmenst and fires, it has redeveloped and gained an interely new aspect of an...
- Sumida River
travel tip by travelller posted more then 30 days ago
The Sumida River is the main, and the largest river that flows through the capital city. It is crossed by 26 bridges throughout and flows through 7 districts of Tokyo, including Sumida and Arakawa.The river didn't have this course,...
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