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Top 10 Things I want to Do and See in Tokyo

Tokyo, the most modern city in Japan has become the focus of millions of tourists every year because there are many unique places to visit. Tokyo can be an example for other cities around the world because not only Japan that is absolutely modern technology, but also the culture and way of life of Japanese society itself that makes Japan extremely privileged to explore. Here i share some interesting places i must visit if traveling to Tokyo.

1.Enjoy in Tokyo Skytree .
Tokyo Sky Tree is the latest television broadcasting stations also become a landmark Tokyo. This building is the tallest building in Japan. There is a shopping complex and the aquarium is located at the bottom of the building. What is so special about Tokyo Sky Tree This is an observatory deck offers views of Tokyo city are very beautiful. There are two observatory deck at a height of 350m (Tembo Deck) and 450m (Tembo Gallery), making it the highest observatory deck in Japan and is also among the highest in the world.Here 7 Ways I can enjoy with Tokyo Skytree.

  • i.Up the Skytree and enjoy the superb view-On the observation deck floor, i can enjoy the scenery at the level of 350 meters from the ground. There are 4 spots where i can enjoy a view from Tembo Deck called “Tokyo Jiku Navi”. It takes only 50 seconds to Tembo Deck by the high-speed elevator. There is also “Glass Floor of Fear”.
  •  ii. Play around with sea creatures in Sumida Aquarium-“Sumida Aquarium” is located in the Tokyo Skytree Town. It has natural water scenery, Aqua Gallery, coral reefs, fur seal and penguin zones. Though it is in Skytree Town, i can enjoy penguins and colorful fish.
  •  iii. Purify myself at the Planetarium-Planetarium is on the seventh floor of the Tokyo Skytree Town East Yard. It uses the state-of-the-art video and sound equipment, which is full of realism. The armrest of each seat can be moved, joining two seats to use as a couple seat. I can even enjoy different scents during the healing sessions. 
  •  iv.Enjoy gourmet dedicated to Skytree-There are various “tall” gourmet associated with Sky Tree. Why don’t i have a go at these new specialties? 
  •  v.Get Japanese souvenirs in Tokyo Solamachi-Tokyo Solamachi is at the foot of Skytree. There are 312 shops and restaurants. On the 4th floor, there is a corner of Japanese souvenirs, including Japanese goods.After seeing the town of Tokyo from Skytree,1 can looking for souvenirs in Solamachi.
  •  vi. Take a look at various stamps at the Postal Museum-About 330,000 types of stamps are exhibited in Postal Museum, which is the largest in Japan. It also has a game using digital technology and 3-sided screen theater. I can experience delivering mails on a postal motorbike. Not only children but also adults can enjoy there.
  • vii. Look up at the beautiful Skytree from Yanagibashi Crossover Bridge-Yanagibashi Crossover Bridge has been famous as a shooting spot of Skytree since its construction. Kitajikken River adds spice to the beauty of Skytree. i can take a photo of whole Skytree, and also see Skytree reflected upside down on the river. It is good to look up Skytree closely, but seen from this place, i can find another attraction of Skytree.

2.  Become a child in Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySEA 

Why?why? You ask well..................... IT'S FUN. Now you will say it costs A LOT but still i will HAVE to go because it will be a dream come true. You see it's a dream because, I cant explain just watch! Disneyland is a wonderful place to meet my favorite Disney characters.There are many great reasons to visit Disneyland. Disneyland has been a place for young and old alike to enjoy being a kid and escaping the outside world, while engaging in all the magic Walt Disney created.

Tokyo Disneyland is a 115-acre theme park based on the films produced by Walt Disney. It was opened in 1983 as the first Disney theme park outside of the United States. Tokyo Disneyland is made up of seven themed ports of call:Tomorrowland, World Bazaar, Toon Town, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Westernland and Adventureland.

Tokyo DisneySea, the 4th most-visited theme park in the world is also the 9th park of the 11 worldwide Disney theme parks to open.Inspired by the myths and legends of the sea, Tokyo DisneySea is made up of seven themed ports of call: Mediterranean Harbor, Mystery Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront.

3. Shibuya Crossing

It would be a shame to come to Tokyo and not take a walk across the famous intersection outside Shibuya Station. On sunny afternoons or clear evenings, the surrounding area is packed with shoppers, students, young couples and commuters. When the lights turn red at this busy junction, they all turn red at the same time in every direction. Traffic stops completely and pedestrians surge into the intersection from all sides, like marbles spilling out of a box.

Dont forget to take picture with Hachiko Statue.One of the most touching real life story in the world. Hidesaburō Ueno, a professor in University of  Tokyo, took in Hachikō, a golden brown Akita, as a pet. During his owner’s life, Hachikō greeted him at the end of each day at the nearby Shibuya Station.
The pair continued until May 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return. The professor had suffered from a cerebral hemorrhage and died, never returning to the train station where Hachikō was waiting.
Every day for the next nine years the dog waited at Shibuya station. Hachikō died in 1935, and was found on a street in Shibuya.Eventually, Hachikō’s legendary faithfulness became a national symbol of loyalty, particularly to the person and institution of the Emperor.

4.Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Shinjuku Gyoen National Park is one of the oldest traditional gardens in Japan. In this park there are a variety of pull like a small lake, traditional bridges, and a variety of beautiful trees. Inside the park there are also some major French garden Garden and  Inggeris Garden. The park will be a major pull the Japanese people to relax with family in the spring cherry blossom. In addition, in the autumn, interest in this park will change color to golden yellow and views at this time is very pretty.

5. Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park is the largest park in Tokyo and is well known as a place for recreation and family picnics. In this park there are a variety of pull like a small lake, traditional bridges, and a variety of beautiful trees. The park is adjacent to the Meiji Shrine and visitors will be able to enjoy the beautiful views of Yoyogi Park all the way to the Meiji Shrine.

6. Cat Café, Nekorobi, Ikebukuro
The cozy café is occupied by the cats. The pet lovers will be pleased to visit this place. Anyone who loves pets, but can’t keep them, who wants to pet a cat or simply have a cup of tea in a tranquil place, might love to come to this unconventional café.

7. Tokyo Tower
The architecture of this communications and observation tower was obviously influenced by the Eiffel Tower. The visitors get to admire a 360 degree Tokyo panorama from the top view point. There is a newer and taller tower, however, this one is the symbol of Tokyo.

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8. Akihabara Electric Town 

Akihabara is the largest town collecting all kinds of electronic appliances and devices in the world. The products at the very top of technology are always abundantly available here.Over here, staffs master 20 languages of the world. Communication here can be going on smoothly without any problems. Customers can easily purchase the overseas model products.
 9.Shinkansen(Bullet Train)

Japan's high speed bullet trains, also known as Shinkansen trains, offer visitors an experience like no other with speeds reaching up to 320 km/hr! The main Shinkansen lines with bullet trains include Tokaido, Sanyo, Tohoku, Joetsu, Nagano and Kyushu.

 10.Tokyo Camii (Tokyo Mosque)

 The last and most important i must visit its Tokyo Camii, Tōkyō-jāmii  also known as Tokyo Mosque, is a mosque with an adjoining Turkish culture center located in the Ōyama-chō district of Shibuya ward in Tokyo, Japan. It is the largest mosque in Japan. The mosque was originally built along with an adjoining school on May 12, 1938 by Bashkir and Tatar immigrants from Russia who had come to Japan after the October Revolution. It was made under the direction of Abdürreşid İbrahim, the first Imam of the mosque, and Abdülhay Kurban Ali.

 Tadaaa.....that's all Top 10 Things I want to Do and See in Tokyo with Traveloka.Actually to many activities  i can do in Tokyo,Japan.Here just some planning and not really my on picture.I will update here with my own picture,my own experience after i come back from Tokyo.Of course with #Traveloka #MyTravelokaEscapade...ahakksss 😉😉 

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