Here is a recommended itinerary from one of our friendly Tokyo locals.
If you have time, you should try to walk this route.
"The best one-day itinerary in Tokyo"
Start at Tokyo station
Enjoy the dynamic scenery of Tokyo on an open-top double-decker bus!
There are tall skyscrapers and beautiful street trees. You can catch a glimpse of a different look when the cherry blossoms and gingko trees are in full bloom.
Enjoy your refreshing drive!
[Sky Bus Tokyo]
A five-minute walk from Tokyo Station.
You can find "Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum Tokyo".
The surrounding area is a modern office district, but old red-brick Japanese buildings and gardens are only found here.
Why don't you have lunch here?
[Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum Tokyo]
Take the Yamanote-Line and go deep into the city of Anime
Akihabara is the anime and otaku mecca of Tokyo/Japan and has its own unique atmosphere. You can take a stroll.
Here are some stores that offer exciting souvenirs from all over Japan. You will have fun here. You can buy a lot of souvenirs!
Go to the most famous and exciting shopping streets in Japan.
AMEYOKO is an exciting place to shop and eat around. In fact, it also has specialty stores that deal in rare and precious items. There are delicacy foods.
If you ask about a product, you will be surprised at the wealth of knowledge of the shopkeepers. Discover new Japan!
By the way, here's an English translation of the question for everyone!
English - Where do you recommend visiting in Tokyo?
What tourist sites do you recommend in Tokyo?
Hope that helps!
Here is another recommendation for scenic-view lovers from another of our friendly Tokyo locals.
Thank you very much for asking! Whenever I go to a city, I always go to an observation deck first to get a bird's-eye view of the city.
Here're three observation decks in Tokyo that I recommend.
Tokyo Skytree: It is the tallest broadcasting tower in Japan, and 634 m or 2,080 feet tall. So, you can enjoy panoramic views and there are all kinds of things to enjoy, such as shops, foods, a museum and even an aquarium!
Shibuya Sky: It is new and located just above Shibuya Station. The biggest attraction is that it faces the world-famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing, so you can watch crowds crossing from a height of 230 m or 755 feet.
3. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building's Observatories: If you don't want to pay expensive admission fees, you can enjoy views from a height of 202 meters free of charge! It is intended to inform and educate visitors about attractions and products in Tokyo.
These are my recommendations and I hope you will enjoy your stay.
Thank you for the information. Do these places require an entrance fee?
Hey, thanks for the follow-up question!
The first and second attractions, Tokyo Skytree and Shibuya Sky, do require entrance fees. Unfortunately, they're a bit expensive. The cost for adults is around 2000-3000 yen.
As mentioned in our answer, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building does not.
Enjoy your visit (if you do)! I hope this answers your question!