Tokyo Holidays

Bustling city streets illuminated with neon, ancient temples whispering tales of yesteryears and a thriving culinary scene that's as fast-paced as the city itself – welcome to Tokyo, an intoxicating blend of the modern and the traditional. The city never sleeps, yet it finds tranquillity amid the clamour.

With its rich history, unparalleled skyscrapers, world-class shopping districts, and an immensity you can only fully understand once you’re there, Tokyo truly stands in a class of its own. No matter your reason for travel, Tokyo is an impressive city that will surpass all expectations.

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Things to See and Do

From awe-inspiring structures reaching high into the sky to serene, sacred shrines tucked away amidst lush forestry, Tokyo is a mind-blowing fusion of amazing attractions. Here’s a list of must-see locations in Tokyo that will leave you entranced, inspired, and eagerly planning your next visit.

Tokyo Tower

Marvel at the towering Tokyo Tower. This impressive self -supported orange and white steel tower stands as a symbol of post-war Japan. Ascend to the main deck for sweeping views over the city or dare yourself to peek through the "lookdown windows" in the floor.

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Visit the serene Meiji Jingu Shrine. Steeped in rich history, this place is enveloped by a forest of over 120,000 trees. Participate in traditional Shinto activities – make an offering, purchase charms, or write your heartfelt wishes on an ema.

Kikyō-mon Gate

Step into history at Kikyō-mon Gate. The majestic Kikyō-mon Gate serves as the entrance to the Imperial Palace grounds. While viewing is limited to the outside, the aura of ancient nobility is palpable, making it a must-visit location.

Tokyo Skytree

Rise above everything at Tokyo Skytree. The greatest view of Tokyo comes from its super tall broadcast tower - Tokyo Skytree. Get above it all and take in the incredible vista of Japan's most populous city.

Tokyo Metro Ginza Line

Journey underground on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. For a unique, bustling view of Tokyo, don't miss a ride on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, the oldest underground metro line in East Asia. It provides an authentic experience of Tokyo's day-to-day life.

Destination Essentials

With its four distinctly different seasons, Tokyo offers you another reason to visit with each passing season. If you're after viewing the blossoming cherry trees, the temperatures of spring (March to May) paint the perfect backdrop for sightseeing and lavish hanami parties.

However, if you're brave enough to bear the heat, the summertime (June to August) provides a colourful glimpse of the city with numerous festivals. Autumn, from late September to December, brings crisp weather and colourful foliage and shows a more calm side of the city.

In Winter (December to February), the city is peacefully quiet, adorned with twinkling festive lights and breathtaking views of snow-clad Mt Fuji in the distance. Whenever you're planning your trip, rest assured, Tokyo is a city full of surprises in every season.

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