Tokyo, the capital city of Japan and home to 13 million people, has the most tourist attractions in the world. Japan has long been known as a country of high culture and tradition, and this reputation has attracted tourists from around the world who come to experience its unique beauty. From ancient temples to modern skyscrapers, there are countless things to see in Japan. If you want to explore the best of Tokyo, visit these beautiful places. The impressive Sensoji Temple is a world-famous Buddhist temple that attracts more than 30 billion people yearly and has a long history of more than 1,300 years. The temple’s main entrance is Nakamise Dori, one of Japan’s oldest shopping streets. You can stroll along the lively street with shops selling a wide range of souvenirs and food products.
Tokyo Skytree has been a popular tourist attraction since its opening in 2012. The 634m tall transmission tower houses various facilities and attractions, including the Sumida Aquarium and the romantic Tenku Planetarium. With over 300 shops and restaurants, Tokyo Solamachi is a popular shopping area at the base of the Skytree. To see stunning views of Tokyo, make your way to the two observation decks, at 350m and 450m. if you are lucky, you can see Mount Fuji, Japan’s tallest and holiest mountain, in the distance.
The Tokyo Imperial Place is the residence of the imperial family, and some parts of the district are open to visitors, such as the beautiful park and garden built on the former site of Edo Castle. The East Imperial Park is a lovely Japanese garden with historical structures, impressive stone walls, and the remains of castle towers from the Edo period. The Tokyo Imperial Palace is a 10-minute walk from the Tokyo station, and you can walk around the green area and the castle ruin. It is also a popular jogging spot; many people walk around the palace, especially in the morning or evening.