Top 10 Things To Do In Tokyo In 3 Days

Travel itinerary to Tokyo

Only have three days in Tokyo and want to see what the capital of Japan has to offer? Make sure to add these cool things to your travel itinerary so that you get the most out of your Tokyo trip:

  1. Tokyo National Museum

Some don’t like to visit museums on vacation, but if you only have to visit one, make sure to stop by the Tokyo National Museum, which has the world’s largest collection of Japanese art.

Tokyo National Museum

  1. Sumo Wrestling

When you’re in Tokyo, you can’t miss the chance to see a traditional sumo tournament! It’ll be the best time you’ll have while on vacation.

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  1. National Theater

As the capital’s premier venue for traditional Japanese performing arts, this place fits 1,600 people and you’ll be able to see a variety of performances, including gagaku, bunraku and kabuki.

Gallery @ New National Theatre @ Tokyo

  1. Zoetrope

If you love whisky, you’ll be able to experience more than 300 varieties of Japanese whisky at Zoetrope.

Columbus Tower | Sentinel Building at Night

  1. Senso-ji

This is the area’s most visited temple that houses a golden image of the Buddihist Goddess of Mercy called Kannon. As the biggest religious temple in Tokyo, you’ll definitely want to find inner peace here.

Senso-ji Temple

  1. Shibuya Crossing

This is rumored to be the world’s busiest intersection that sits in front of Shibuya Station and is actually known as “The Scramble.” It’ll be fun to see if you can keep up with all the chaos and madness here!

Shibuya Night (HDR)

 

  1. Tokyo Sky Tree

It first opened in May of 2012 and is actually the world’s tallest free-standing tower and measures 634 meters high. There’s a lower observatory deck called the Tembo Deck where you can see the entire city. And there’s even a small section of glass for floor panels where you can see all the way to the ground.

NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building and Shinjuku Skyscraper

  1. Shop at the Kitte

Shop until you drop at the Kitte, which is right inside Marunouchi’s new Japan Post Tower and features a slew of fashion and lifestyle stores, as well as great restaurants.

KITTE

  1. Tsukiji Market

You’re in for an unforgettable experience when you visit the Tsukiji Market that many claim to be the largest fish market in the world and handles more than 2,000 tons of fish per day!

Tsukiji Fish Market

  1. Ginza

Think of Ginza as something comparable to NYC’s Fifth Avenue. This neighborhood is luxurious and lined with lots of amazing shopping places.

Ginza

Guidora has designed an excellent 3 day travel itinerary to Tokyo, which you can get here

About Guidora Team

Guidora team is a bunch of experienced travellers who have been in the most amazing places on Earth..Practically everywhere, except for the North Pole and Antarctica (yet)! They always travel solo, with their friends and without organized groups, so the travel itineraries they design are full of useful tips on where to stay, what to do, how much it costs and how to make the most of your experience in a new place. The guides they design have only a single, perfect-made itinerary that will show you exactly what to do each hour of the day, so that you don't get lost in looking for information on the web for hours. It's like having your best friend with you, guiding you to the best things in every place and showing you around!

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