Perhaps, Tokyo – capitol of japan is representative for the interface between traditional and modern Japanese tourists. The city has always been a top destination for travelers are planning to travel the land of the “Cherry Blossom“.
1. UENO Park, Tokyo, Japan
Ueno is a large park, located near Ueno Station in the city center. Previously, this area is the campus of Kaneiji temple – one of the largest temple of the Tokugawa clan during the Edo period. After being completely destroyed during the Civil War, it was rebuilt into a park-style first Westerners in Japan, officially opened to the public in 1873.
Park is very popular with many museums, particularly the Tokyo National Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art Tokyo capitol, National Museum of Western Art, and the National Science Museum. Here there Ueno Zoo – first zoo in Japan.
2. YoYoGi Park, Tokyo, Japan
This is Tokyo’s largest park, an ideal place for family, friends together go to picnic or scenic stroll. Green lawns was manicured park covering, looming in the distance blue water lake is calm and peaceful. The background of the park featured pink, white cherry blossoms and the bright yellow of the ginkgo tree.
There are many activities that take place in the park including walking, baseball, street artists, singing, painting. You can also take advantage to shopping because nestled the park is flea markets selling clothes and household appliances.
3. Asakusa Kannon temple, Tokyo, Japan
Asakusa Kannon is the largest temple in Japan and in the precincts is a lot of sights. First the thunder Gate – Kaminarimon. Between gong hung large red lanterns, flanked by the gods of thunder and the wind god. Next is the Nakamise shopping street – Nakamise dori, 250 meters long, stretching from Thunder Gate until Gateway Hozomon. You can enlist buy some souvenirs for friends from 90 souvenir booths along both sides of the aisle. Go out this way you will encounter Hozomon port. The unique thing is gated with hanging a giant straw sandals. In front of the gate is the pitch and Sensoji temple,the left is the five-storey pagoda and Dempoin temple, the right is the tomb Kasakura. There is also a the Bodhisattva temple – Kannondo, visitors are only allowed to visit Lord Buddha and burning incense outside, not the inside.
4. Meiji Temple, Tokyo, Japan
Meiji is the first emperor of modern Japan and there is great merit in Japan’s The new reforms. To commemorate him, people have donated 100,000 trees across Japan and from abroad to establish a forest area, and 1920 erect a temple king and queen Meiji.
Many weddings take place in the temple, and the performances of folk art are often held here.
5. The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
National Cultural Center was first opened to the public on 21.01.2007, is proud to be the largest exhibition space in Japan. unlike the usual domestic exhibition center, center not show a permanent collection, instead will hold special exhibitions on topics such as photography, painting, sculpture modern.
Visitor admission freedom. In the area also has a eat kiosks, two restaurants and souvenir shops of Tokyo.
6. Sensoji pagoda, Tokyo, Japan
According to legend,once upon a time have a goddess Kannon statue entangled in the nets of two brothers who were fishing in the Sumida River. So they created the small temple to the people Kannon goddess worship. Since then, the temple has aged a thousand years should increasingly sacred
Here, have a longer shopping street of 200m located near the temple, selling all sorts of souvenirs typical of Japan to visitors can buy as a gift, as clothes yukata, paper fans, gear and food traditional. Annual special, worship Guest visit the most on occasion in Sanja Matsuri festival.
7. Disneyland park entertainment, Tokyo, Japan
Surely you can not ignore the extremely attractive locations this. Disneyland is one of the 5 largest amusement park in the world. The park is divided into seven regions: the World Bazaar, 4 Disney Lands area include Adventureland, Westernland, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and 2 small areas Critter Country, Mickey’s Toontown.
One day is not enough to experience all the exciting games at Disney Land paradise, so be you should scheduled for the places you like to go the most.
8. Tokyo DisneySea, Japan
Based on the legend of the ocean, Tokyo DisneySea is designed into 7 regions under different themes: Arabian Coast, Mystery Island, American Waterfront, Mermaid Lagoon, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and Mediterranean Harbor.
9. Television Tower Tokyo – SkyTree
From 634 m height of the tallest TV tower this world, you will be Enjoy panoramic city appears very magnificent. This is one of the featured of the Japanese capital. Inside the tower there are commercial centers, restaurants and observation deck.
10. Harajuku neighborhood, Tokyo, Japan
Neighborhood very famous with Harajuku fashion style inspired by comics. Surely you will be surprised and impressed to see young people dressed very weird, like the character from the comic book came out. Thus, the neighborhood attracted tourists want to learn about a unique culture of Japan, especially with the young world.