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It's an area of Tokyo that some 8,300,000 people reside in.
There are some places in the world that are known everywhere, and Tokyo is one of them because of attractions like Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree. Disneyland® Tokyo and the Sensoji Temple are also iconic sights here.
Hang out with the kids at Joypolis and Hanayashiki Amusement Park. For even more fun, head on to Namco Namja Town and Toshimaen Amusement Park.
Spend a few hours in the presence of the wonderful sea creatures at Tokyo Sea Life Park or Sunshine Aquarium. If you have extra time, consider a stop at Shinagawa Aquarium and Sumida Aquarium.
Local and exotic animals abound at the Ueno Zoo and the Machida Squirrel Garden, a couple of favorite zoological parks. Visiting the Edogawa Natural Zoo or Higashiitabashi Park Children's Zoo during zookeeper presentations can add another dimension to your trip.
If you would be interested to learn more about the fine art of brewing, make sure you don't miss the Suntory Brewery Musashino Factory. The friendly brewmaster will teach you everything you need to know about the different brewing methods that they employ, and what it is that makes these beers so delectable.
Enjoy the range of plants on display when you and your family stop by the Koishikawa Korakuen Garden and the Chinzan-so Garden. Gardening enthusuasts should also check out the Yatsu Rose Garden and the Institute for Nature Study.
For fresh air and relaxation, grab some lunch and head out to one of the pleasant green spaces, such as Mount Fuji or Yoyogi Park. Ueno Park and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden are two more nice places to while away the afternoon with a good book.
With such a range of things to check out in Tokyo, you'll need some help deciding. Once you've arrived, pick up some local tips at Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center. You'll be able to discover even more flyers and maps at Okutama Visitor Center and marunouchi cafe SEEK.
Take in the gorgeous scenery while you listen to the echo of bubbling water at Hossawa Falls.
Are you a bird lover? Bring along your binoculars and see which different species you can spot at Lake Okutama and Akigawa Gorge. If that fails, perhaps your luck will change at Meguro River or Sumida River.
Want to escape the stresses of city life? Make your way over to Mount Takao and Kasai Rinkai Park. Hyogo Island Park and Oedo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs are also popular with nature enthusiasts.
See the world in a new light by spending some time at one of the area's wonderfully curated exhibition spaces. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the different displays at the Tokyo National Museum and the Mori Art Museum. Another two to consider are the Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum.
Read stories of brave captains and sailors at the Museum of Maritime Science, the main seafaring museum in the region.
Nerds and amatuers alike will admire the curious artifacts and models on display at the region's science museums. Start exploring at the Tokyo National Science Museum or the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. The Meguro Parasitological Museum and the Polar Science Museum are also great options to go check out.
The array of specimens and curiosities at the Arakawa Furusato Culture Museum will give you a window into a strangely unfamiliar world.
Deepen your knowledge of the artistic process, and perhaps even find a piece to take back home with you at one of the area's numerous exhibition spaces. Immerse yourself in the trendy atmopshere at the Nezu Art Museum and the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art. If you have time afterwards, the National Museum of Western Art and the Setagaya Art Museum are also well worth checking out.
Nostalgics can explore the past at the Museum of Japanese Houses and the Mitsui Memorial Museum. The Shitamachi Museum and the Ancient Orient Museum are also worthy options.
Discover the region's past with a trip to National Diet Building and the Waseda University, just a couple of the historic buildings and sites here. When it comes to days of old, there's always more to discover. The Keio University and Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery are two more great places to stop by.
Make sure you go to have a look at Nijubashi Bridge and Kachidoki Bridge, a pair of grand structures that span these waterways. Tourists with a passion for civil engineering will also want to snap a few pics of Hijiribashi Bridge.
The impressive manors and palaces of the region are always a hit with visitors. Admire the interior details and take some time in the courtyards and gardens at Tokyo Imperial Palace, Imperial Palace Garden and Akasaka Palace.
The spiritual side of the region is on display at Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yasukuni Shrine. If you'd like to check out some more religious sites, keep an eye out for tours at the Asakusa Shrine and St. Mary's Cathedral.
This region's most famous sights sometimes overshadow its lesser-known, but equally fascinating attractions. Rainbow Bridge and Shibuya Crossing are two good options. If you have the time, also think about visiting the National Art Center Tokyo or The Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
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Featuring in Tokyo's more upscale range of hotels are The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku, and the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, 1-11-1 Marunouchi. If those don't fit the bill, be sure to check out the Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan, at 3-15-1 NishiAsakusa, Taito-ku, and the Hotel MyStays Kameido, at 6-32-1 Kameido, Koto-ku, two more budget-friendly options.
Tokyo is home to the world-famous Tokyo Imperial Palace, and another option is to stay close this iconic site. The Peninsula Tokyo is just 0.6 miles away. Another popular choice is the Palace Hotel Tokyo, just 0.4 miles away.
Located in Nishi-Shinjuku, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Meiji Jingu Shrine and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and Yoyogi Park are also within 2 miles (3 km).
Located in Nishi-Shinjuku, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yoyogi Park are also within 2 miles (3 km).
This hotel is located in Tokyo (2-Chome Shinjuku), close to Shinjuku Suehirotei, Shinjuku Isetan and Hanazono Shrine. Also nearby are Takashimaya Times Square and Golden Gai.
Located in Shiodome, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tsukiji Fish Market, Kabuki-za Theatre and Ginza Wako Building. Hibiya Park and Zojoji Temple are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Harajuku, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, Nezu Art Museum and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. Meiji Jingu Shrine and Tokyo Midtown are also within 2 miles (3 km).
Located in Kabukicho, this hotel is steps away from Robot Restaurant and VR Zone Shinjuku.
Located in Dogenzaka, this luxury hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cerulean Tower, Nezu Art Museum, and Yoyogi Park. Meiji Jingu Shrine and Tokyo Tower are also within 3 miles (5 km).
Located in the heart of Tokyo, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from KidZania Tokyo and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Tokyo Sky Tree. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Sensoji Temple are also within 6 mi (10 km).