24-hour schedule to explore Tokyo

Shinjuku Ward
In one day, visitors can explore one of the world's megacities through the Asakusa old town, Toyosu fish market.

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Tokyo is a harmonious combination of tradition and modernity. Here, visitors can stroll on the busy streets, commercial areas, visit traditional markets, enjoy delicious food.
24-hour schedule to explore Tokyo
Tokyo is a harmonious combination of tradition and modernity

Schedule

5am - 8pm: Toyosu Fish Market

9h - 10h30: Discover the old town of Asakusa

13h - 16h: Akihabara Quarter - Tokyo Skytree

18h - 21h: Shinjuku Ward
Toyosu Fish Market

Toyosu Fish Market

For food lovers, Toyosu fish market, Koto ward with fresh sushi is a must-visit. Tuna auction is the most interesting activity here.

This event takes place from 5:30, but you should arrive earlier to be able to watch the most complete. At the auction of fresh fish, quality will be the price of restaurants and hotels to bid and buy at the highest price. Unlike stalls with white floors, the auction area has a blue floor to check the redness of fish. Here, the temperature can drop to 0 degrees Celsius.

In the market, there are restaurants to enjoy sushi or intermediate stall on the 4th floor. Sushi Dai Restaurant is quite popular with tourists because there are many delicious sushi.
Toyosu Fish Market

Toyosu Fish Market

Asakusa old town

Located in Taito district, Asakusa old town, established in Edo period, it is known as a tourist destination not to be missed when visiting Tokyo. At this point, you should visit the following points.

Nakamise is the oldest shopping street in Japan. You can find traditional goods of the country such as Senbei rice flour cakes, Kokeshi wooden dolls.
Asakusa old town
Sensoji Temple is an ancient temple with a history of over 1,300 years. At this point, you can draw the Omikuji to try your luck. There are many people who think that you will draw more bad cards than lucky cards.

Also you can visit Asakusa Jinja Shrine near Sensoji temple area. According to many Japanese people, this temple is sacred and all wishes will come true if people pray respectfully.

Akihabara - Tokyo Skytree

This is the next stop for the followers of Japanese comics. Although it is called the street of household electronics, Akihabara also has other names as Anime and Manga heaven.

Tourists are not difficult to encounter large comic book character models or shops selling stories and toys. In addition, here it also sells good electronic products.
Akihabara
After going to Akihabara, you can see the whole city in Tokyo Skytree. Opened in 2012, with a height of 634 m, the building becomes the tallest TV tower in the world. Here, you can visit the Sumida Aquarium or shop at Tokyo Solomachi Shopping Center.
Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree

Shinjuku Ward

Nightfall is a good time to explore the bustling activities in Shinjuku, which is considered a microcosm of Tokyo.

One of the tourist destinations not to miss in Shinjuku is the robot restaurant in the Kabukicho neighborhood. Here, visitors will admire the giant robot model along with light art performances.

From 21h onwards, you should take a relaxing walk and enjoy drinks, night meals at Golden Gai. It is also home to the famous bars and pubs of the Japanese Izakaya style.
Shinjuku Ward

Shinjuku Ward

Shinjuku Ward

Means of transportation

In Tokyo, you travel mostly by subway to destinations. However, to take the subway the first thing you need to do is determine the destination at the station to avoid getting lost.

The inner-city train (JR Raiway) is a popular railway with Japanese people to move to the prefectures. In Tokyo, there are two railway lines to note: Yamanote and Chuo. In it Yamanote goes to places like Shinjuku, Shinagawa, Shibuya and Tokyo. The Chuo Line connects Tokyo, Shinjuku, Nakano and Kichioji points.

24-hour schedule to explore Tokyo 24-hour schedule to explore Tokyo Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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