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Las mejores actividades en Tokio

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

“Once part of an Edo era (1603-1867) feudal lord's home, this massive green space was turned into a public park in 1949. Since then it has been a beloved refuge for Tokyoites looking to enjoy a bit of nature in the center of the city. Despite only being a short walk away from bustling Shinjuku, the leafy walkways and seasonal flowers make this a tranquil spot for a morning or afternoon stroll. After paying the small entrance fee, you will soon find that the noise of the city drops away and is replaced by bird song. Shinjuku Gyoen combines three distinct types of gardens-Japanese traditional, French formal and English landscape with sprawling lawns and quiet groves. ”
Recomendado por 588 habitantes locales
Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Boasting a height of 634m, Tokyo Skytree® is a new landmark for sightseeing in Tokyo. It is a tourist spot that you won't get tired of even a day, such as the shopping center Tokyo Solamachi, the planetarium, and the aquarium. Attention is the interior of the Sky Tree elevator. There are four types that represent the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter, and the “summer” elevator is decorated with Edo Kiriko. You can enjoy the exciting season in which the elevator is guided.”
Recomendado por 497 habitantes locales
“Tokyo Tower, at 332.5 metres (1,091 ft), the world’s tallest self-supporting steel tower is a communications and observation tower. Getting There By Train: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line – Kamiyacho Station Toei Subway Oedo Line – Akabanebashi Station Toei Subway Mita Line – Onarimon Station Toei Subway Asakusa Line – Daimon Station JR Yamanote Line – Hamamatsucho Station Fee: Main Observatory (150m) 900 yen Special Observatory (250m) 700 yen Hours: Main & Special Observatory (150m) 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. FootTown 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Webiste: Tokyo Tower Tokyo One Piece Tower Zojoji”
Recomendado por 386 habitantes locales
Buddhist Temple
“Sensō-ji is Tokyo’s largest ancient Buddhist temple and a major Tokyo attractions for Japanese and foreigners located in Asakusa. Getting There By Train: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line – Asakusa Station Toei Subway Asakusa Line – Asakusa Station Fee: Free Hours: Summer (Apr-Sep) 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Winter (Oct-Mar) 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Website:”
Recomendado por 439 habitantes locales
“Yoyogi Park is one of the largest parks in Tokyo. In spring, thousands of people visit the park to enjoy the cherry blossom during hanami. Access: Nippori stn(JR Yamanote line)--Harajuku stn.”
Recomendado por 436 habitantes locales
Theme Park
“ you can get there by direct bus from Shin koiwa station”
Recomendado por 243 habitantes locales
“Meiji Shrine, is the Shinto shrine that is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken. Getting There By Train: Tokyo Yamanote Line - Harajuku Station Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line – Meiji Jingu Mae Station Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line – Meiji Jingu Mae Station Fee: Meiji Shrine is free. Treasure House and Inner Garden costs 500 yen each. Hours: From sunrise to sunset. For New Years eve, it specially opens for all night for Hatsumode. Treasure House and Inner Garden is open 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.”
Recomendado por 431 habitantes locales
Donburi Restaurant
“One of the most famous tourist destinations, Tsukiji Fish Market, moved to Toyosu in October 2018. Website: Toyosu Market/ Tsukiji outer Market/ * Tsukiji’s inner market has relocated to Toyosu Fish Market in October 2018. Situations about tuna auctions, etc., will differ from Tsukiji, so please check Toyosu Fish Market’s official website for the latest information. On the other hand, Tsukiji’s outer market did not close and will remain in business in the same place.”
Recomendado por 426 habitantes locales
Restaurante temático
“It's a mechanical show restaurant with Japanese dancers! It's a seemingly crazy shop, but it's all about the details. Tension goes up abnormally because it is in the middle of the genre town. Maybe this kind of blown-out sensibility will play a role in Japan! 機械仕掛けのショーと思いきや、日本人ダンサーによるエンターテイメントレストラン!一見クレイジーな店内だが、細部にまでこだわり抜かれています!様々なお店のある歌舞伎町のど真ん中にあり、テンションも異常に上がるかも!”
Recomendado por 345 habitantes locales
Restaurante italiano
“This is one of the hottest area in Japan. Especially, in the night, there are a lot of place to visit. (Izakaya, night club, restaurant etc...)”
Recomendado por 281 habitantes locales
City Hall
“Golden Gai is a few minutes walk from the East Exit of Shinjuku Station, between the Shinjuku City Office and the Hanazono Shrine.[5] Its architectural importance is that it provides a view into the relatively recent past of Tokyo, when large parts of the city resembled present-day Golden Gai, particularly in terms of the extremely narrow lanes and the tiny two-story buildings. Nowadays, most of the surrounding area has been redeveloped: The street plans have been changed to create much wider roads and larger building plots, and most of the buildings themselves are now much larger high- or medium- rise developments. This has left Golden Gai as one of a decreasing number of examples of the nature of Tokyo before Japan’s “economic miracle”, that took place in the latter half of the 20th century. 今人気の東京都新宿区の飲食店街です。およそ2000坪ほどの狭い区画に低層の木造長屋が連なっており、200軒以上の小さな飲食店が密集していいるので、飲み歩きにもできます!以前は文壇バーなど個性豊かな店も多く、常連客として作家、編集者、映画監督、俳優といった文化人が多く集まることで知られていました。このような背景から、東京におけるサブカルチャーやアングラ芸術の発信地のひとつとなっています。”
Recomendado por 245 habitantes locales
“The Ghibli Museum The museum was designed and co-founded by a Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki, who directed multiple films with the Studio Ghibli such as "My Neighbor Totoro", "Princess Mononoke" and "Spirited Away". The exhibit features many of Ghibli's famous characters, a small movie theater, a rooftop garden and a gift shop. The gift shop stocks abundant Ghibli merchandise. The museum is located about 5km away from my place. By taxi : 15-20 minutes By bicycle: 20-30 minutes By train & bus : 45-50 minutes On foot : 60-90 minutes *You need to book your ticket in advance. *The Ghibli's headquarters near my house is not open to the public.”
Recomendado por 229 habitantes locales
Tienda departamental
“The Isetan flagship store in Shinjuku is considered to be one of the most influential department stores in Japan. The store is often first with showcasing new trends and new products. In particular, the fashion and food floors are thought to be very trendsetting. Behind the main store, there is a whole building dedicated to Men's Fashion ("Men's Isetan") ファッション性の高いお洋服で高級ブランドも取り扱いながら、若い世代からも支持を集めている。1968年(昭和43年)オープンのメンズ館はとても有名でメンズ商品はメンズ伊勢丹と言われるほど!”
Recomendado por 195 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“The building, located just across the street from Shibuya Station, opened in April 1979. The architect was Minoru Takeyama. Tokyu, the building's operator, designed the building as a "Fashion Community" containing small retail stores targeting the early-30s female consumer. Tokyu intended the store to compete with Seibu Department Stores, which was making inroads into the Shibuya area. 開業当初は20代後半から30代の女性に人気でしたが、現在では店内のほとんどが10代後半から20代前半の女性の支持を集めるショッピング施設!「マルキュー」の略称で呼ばれ親しまれ、渋谷のランドマーク!”
Recomendado por 254 habitantes locales
“ Ueno Park, a famous cherry blossom spot in Tokyo. Shinobazuike is a popular spot where you can feel nature in the city center, with lots of water birds such as ducks, and lotus flowers in summer. The Starbucks Coffee concept store in the park, one of the few in the country, is also recommended.”
Recomendado por 225 habitantes locales
History Museum
“ Opened in 1993, this facility introduces the history and culture of Edo and Tokyo in Ryogoku. The large two-floor permanent exhibition room is divided into the Edo and Tokyo zones, and exhibits many restored models and duplicated materials. The magnificent diorama is so sophisticated that not only children but also adults can enjoy it.”
Recomendado por 203 habitantes locales