Area attractions

Tokyo Skytree Town

Tokyo Skytree Town is one of the new tourist attractions in Tokyo, which consisting of the world's tallest sightseeing tower and shopping complex. The tower features two observation decks and offers the highest panoramic view of the city. 

Nearest Station: Oshiage and Tokyo Skytree Stations
Address: 1 Oshiage, Sumida-ku Tokyo

Tokyo Tower

A 333m high observation tower, completed in 1958. The tower has two observation decks, one at 150m and the other at 250m.

Nearest Station: Akabanebashi, Kamiyacho, Onarimon, Daimon and Hamamatsucho Stations
Address: 4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato-ku Tokyo

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatories

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building houses an observation deck on 45F at 202m. The building also houses the Tokyo Tourism Informations Center, where visitors can gather more information about the city.

Nearest station: Nishi-Shinjuku Station
Address: 2-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo

Sky Circus Sunshine 60 Observatory

Situated on the 60th floor of the Sunshine 60 building, the observatory space was renewed on April 21, 2016 with the latest technologies including virtual reality (VR), interactive digital installations and more. 

Nearest station: Ikebukuro and Higashi Ikebukuro Stations
Address: 3-1 Higashi Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku Tokyo

Tokyo Imperial Palace

Tokyo Imperial Palace (or Kokyo) is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan.  Located in near Tokyo Station, the palace is surrounded by water-filled moats and beautiful gardens. It is also noted for hosting regular tours for visitors. 

Nearest Station: Nijubashi-mae, Otemachi, Tokyo and Takebashi Stations

Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre

First opened in 1990, the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre features a concert hall, designed for classical music performances. It is also popular for housing the world's largest pipe organ and other facilities including exhibition space and rehearsal rooms.

Nearest stations: Ikebukuro Station
Address: 1-8-1 Nishi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku Tokyo

Tokyo National Museum

Established in 1872, Tokyo National Museum is the oldest national museum in Japan. Located inside Ueno Park, the museum houses a comprehensive collection of art works and antiques from Japan and other Asian countries. 

Nearest station: Ueno, Uguisudani and Nezu Stations
Address: 13-9 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo (Ueno Zoological Garden) was first founded in 1882 and is the oldest zoo in Japan.  It is now the home to over 3,000 animals including giants pandas, Sumatran tigers, western lowland gorillas, polar bears and more.

Nearby stations: Ueno, Uguisudani and Nezu Stations
Address: 9-83 Ueno Park, Taito-ku Tokyo 

Senso-ji and Kaminarimon

Senso-ji Temple is the oldest and one of the most visited temples in Tokyo. Enshrining the statuette of Sho-Kannon, the temple is also popular for its entrance Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate),  which features a large-sized red-coloured lantern. 

Nearest station: Asakusa Station
Website: (only available in Japanese)

Odaiba area

The waterfront Odaiba area was originally built from reclaimed land during the Edo period. It has since transformed into a popular destination for families and people of all ages with the establishments of mega shopping complexes and entertainment buildings. Popular attractions include Miraikan, Ooedo Onsen, DiverCity Tokyo Plaza, Palette Town ferris wheel, Rainbow Bridge and more.