Hello Dear Traveler,
Did you know Tokyo is the biggest city in the world before Delhi & Shanghai? Tokyo has 9.2 million inhabitants equivalent of more than 6,000 persons per square meter. Its density is the largest in Japan.
What to do in only 3 days in one of the biggest city in the world? There is no secret for it. Select the must-see and prioritize.
What to do in tokyo ?
Vienna has a lot to offer depending on your interests, art, museum, palace, ballet, opera, shopping, authentic coffee shops…. The city center is traditional, great services and friendly staff everywhere I went. I had a very relax stay, decided to go with the flow and mood of the moment. Since it was winter time, it was a bit cold, however considering the delicious food and warm restaurants, it was a pleasure all along.
1 - Visit temples
SENSŌ-JI TEMPLE IN ASAKUSA
Senso-Ji is a buddhist temple in Asakusa Area, it is the oldest temple of the Tokyo built for bodhisattva Kannon in 645 ap. J.-C. The temple is know for its colourful structure. To immerse yourself in the traditional Japanese culture, try the fortune teller game of The Senso-Ji temple for 100 yen. It is called Omikuji paper fortune. After choosing randomly your number, you’ll pick up a small piece of paper that will predict your destiny. Omikuji has 7 levels of luck from Excellent luck to terrible luck.
Address of Senso-ji Temple: 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo 111-0032, Japon
MEIJI JINGU SHRINE
In the middle of Yoyogi Park, the shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji & his consort. It has been finished in 1920 after both the emperor Meiji and empress Shoken passed away.
Address of Meiji Jingu: 1-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-8557, Japan
2 - What Quarter to visit in Tokyo?
Tokyo Sky Tree is in Sumida area. During the cherry blossoms, sumida park is the place to be. The quarter also has a contemporary museum called Edo-Tokyo Museum & a modern aquarium with fish & penguins.
Chiyoda is the heart of the capital where The Tokyo imperial Palace is. It’s the primary residence of the Emperor. On the other hand the Chiyoda is the business financial district where most of head office settle.
Known as the most sumptuous quarter for shopping, dinning and enjoyment. On the weekend the main street Chuo Dori is pedestrian. You’ll find the finest brands but also the most expensive ones.
Major district of the Tokyo for entertainment, restaurants & hotels. Shinjuku is the major rail station of Tokyo – with more than 200 exists, don’t get lost underground.
One of the busiest station in Tokyo, mainly known for it commercial activities. You can easily reach the park Yoyogi where the Meiji Jingu Temple is. The pedestrian street Takeshita will welcome you for shopping and cafes.
Tips for your trip :
1 – Play Omikuji paper fortune.
2 – Visit temples
3 – Eat a lot