One Day Trip in Tokyo (Travel Guide) - Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is destination of many tourists when visit Japan. There are many sightseeing spots.  
If you visit here for the first time or have limited time, this is some travel guide for half day trip and full day trip.

Half Day Trip

1. Sensoji Temple (Asakusa)

Sensoji Temple is Buddhist Temple, also known as Asakusa Temple (The must visit place in Tokyo). This temple is beautiful.The big and red lantern at the entrance of temple is landmark. Read more....


Asakusa Station (Ginza Subway Line, Asakusa Subway Line), Exit 1
When get off station, turn right and short walk to temple.

2. Akihabara

Akihabara (Akiba) is located in Tokyo, Japan. It is shopping center for electronic products such as digital camera, TV, gadget and also popular for anime, games and manga. There are also duty free shops. If you are the one who like anime, games and electronic products, do not miss! Read more....


JR Akihabara Station via Yamanote Line (Green Line), Electric City Exit
Just two stations from Tokyo Station.

3. Shinjuku

Shinjuku is a big entertainment area. Shinjuku station is busy station.
There are many restaurants, cosmetic shops and department stores such as Takashimaya, Odakyu, Keio, and etc. Many train lines stop at this station and easy to connect to other sightseeing spots. There are many hotel located around this area. Moreover, you may like this area if you love shopping. 


Shunjuku Station via Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Odakyu Line, Tokyo Metro Line 

Full Day Trip

4. Odaiba 

You can enjoy spending time here for whole day especially with family, boyfriend or girlfriend. Odaiba consists of shopping area, theme park, restaurants, park, exhibition center. Read more....


1. By Monorail: Yurikamome line. Take train to JR Shimbashi station and connect to monorail. There is one day pass cost 820 yen for adult. I would recommend taking monorail because it is fast and can see the views of both sides. Highly recommend to buy one day pass. Mostly, people would like to sit at the front as can see the best views. This train is an automated.

2. By Train (Rinkai Line) is mutual operation with JR Saikyo Line so can access from Shinjuku, Shibuya directly. From Shinjuku to Odaiba, takes about 40 minutes. One day pass cost 700 yen for adult.

3. By Boat - can take boat from Asakusa (beside Asakusa station of Ginza subway line). The Asakusa-Odaiba Line takes 50 minutes and cost 1560 yen.


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