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1. Cross the famous Shibuya crossing, one of the busiest in the world. 2. Take a picture of the statue of Hachiko us for its fashion stores. We went there because there is a One Piece store, but there is also a Pokemon store 😉 3. Take a picture with the statue of Hachiko, the famous dog waiting for his owner at Shibuya Station.
The temple is located in a large forested park in the city's heart. It was built in 1920 in honor of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, who were the first emperors of modern Japan.
– Visit Senso-ji Temple, one of Tokyo's oldest and most famous temples.
– Stroll along the Nakamise shopping street, where you can find a variety of stores and traditional Japanese food stalls.
Take a walk along the Sumida River in Sumida Park
Akihabara is known as Tokyo’s electronics district
It's also known as Tokyo’s otaku district, making it the perfect place for manga and anime lovers.
Visit maid cafes: themed cafes for the whole family
– Visit Shinjuku Station. – Climb the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building observatory to enjoy a panoramic view of the city. – Eat at Omoide Yokocho, an alley full of small yakitori restaurants. – Explore the picturesque Golden Gai neighborhood, known for its small bars and taverns. – Stroll through Kabukicho, the red-light district of Shinjuku.
The Imperial Palace in Tokyo is one of the most emblematic places in the city, and is the official residence of the Japanese imperial family.
One of the most popular places to visit in Harajuku is Takeshita Dori, a shopping street full of trendy stores and street food.