The Best of Tokyo

THINGS TO DO IN TOKYO

The Tokyo attractions worth your time

When you think of Tokyo, Shinjuku is likely to come to mind — it’s like a city unto itself, an iconic district filled with bright lights, soaring skyscrapers, entertainment options galore, and trendy boutiques. Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo is close to all the action, including Shinjuku Central Park, Shinjuku Gyoen (famous for its cherry blossoms), Yoyogi Park, Meiji Shrine, Harajuku, and Omotesando. Take in the panoramic views from atop the Tokyo Metropolitan Building, wander the narrow alleyways of Golden Gai, ride a bike to Yoyogi Park, or marvel at the pulsating energy of Shibuya Crossing, considered to be the busiest intersection in the world — it’s all within easy reach.

Shinjuku Station

More than 3 million people pass through Shinjuku Station every day, making it the busiest station in the world.

Kabukichō

This entertainment and red-light district is famous for its bright lights, pachinko parlors, and wild antics.

Yoyogi Park

One of Tokyo’s biggest parks is filled with festive street performers, colorful gardens, a central pond, and a forest of ginkgo trees.

Nishi-Shinjuku

Tokyo’s first skyscraper district includes a pair of observation towers on the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.

Harajuku

Kawaii culture and crepes are popular in playful Harajuku, the birthplace of many Japanese fashion trends over the years.

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