Tokyo 4 days 3 nights plan, First time in Japan

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Tokyo It is the capital city of Japan which is one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the world. From the fact that it is both modern and full of technology If it is full of traditional culture, whether it is a tourist destination. Diet, including a lifestyle that may seem to be in a rush to race against time. But it is hidden with a unique charm that cannot be experienced anywhere other than in Tokyo. Although the duration of only 4 days and 3 nights may seem a little too small for many. 

But don’t worry Because we have selected all the best and most popular tourist attractions and highlights together So that you can make the most of your limited travel time To experience the Tokyo And being Japanese at the same time More importantly, this travel plan focuses on a chill, not too crowded because first-time travelers, I would recommend walking slowly to look at various things in Japan and see that in the little details of him, it is very important. Meticulous hidden

First day

Let’s start the first day with a must-see attraction when visiting Tokyo like Asakusa Temple, also known as Sensoji Day. The point where anyone comes to have to take a picture. It is a giant red lantern at the entrance of the temple. We immediately know. That it is this famous temple. In addition to coming to pay respect to the Buddha image for the prosperity of life You can also travel for snacks and light shopping along Nakamise Street. Getting there is easy. From Asakusa Station, it is a 5-minute walk.

In the afternoon Tokyo Skytree Town With the Sumida Aquarium Located on the 5th and 6th floors, it can be decorate with an exhibit of the aquatic world full of various kinds. There are also cute penguins and seals in the Indore area. The largest open pool in Japan to see up close Not only that, there is also a Pokemon Center Skytree Town in Tokyo Solamachi. 

Which pampers Pokémon fans with a wide variety of original and limited-edition merchandise that can only be purchased here. Not yet finish after walking around here and enjoying it, you can still go up to see the most beautiful view at night. You can see both the view and the whole city of Tokyo You might be able to see the famous Mount Fuji from here during the daytime. Getting there is easy, just get off at Tokyo Skytree Station, walk 5 minutes.

Day 2

If anyone wants to taste fresh seafood, bring it to Tsukiji Fish Market Which is reputed to be the greatest in Japan and also ranked as one of the world. The more you come in the morning, you will be able to see the atmosphere of the trade with many colors. On the outside there are many fresh seafood restaurants including fish, crab, shellfish, squid and many more. 

There are many shops to choose from. Plus it is inexpensive compared to the general sale. This section starts to open from 5 am until the afternoon and it starts to close together. The market in this area will be closed on October 8, 2018 and move to the Toyosu area on October 11, 2018. So anyone who wants to experience the traditional atmosphere at this market must be in a little hurry before moving to a new place. Getting to the subway is most convenient, get off at Tsukiji Station, walk for about 5 minutes.

hange the atmosphere to visit some historical style at Imperial palace Or as many people know as Edo Castle, which has a thousand years of history as the home of the shogun and dignitaries By the picture in addition to the palace with traditional architecture that catches the eye. 

The surrounding area also has a shady garden where you can walk and relax. Access Around a 15-minute walk from Tokyo Station. From here, you can walk to Marunouchi within 15 minutes. Nice cafe to walk You can also take the Tokyo Sky Bus to explore the surrounding area that takes about 1 hour.

Day 3

Start the day with shopping in the famous Harajuku, which has both fashion stores. Paraphernalia Including crepe shops, whichever way you walk, you will find that each shop has different cool things. If you walk until full and want to find a peaceful place with a hint of pride. Then walk a little longer to Meiji Jingu Shrine because the two are not far from each other. Harajuku Station, walking for less than 10 minutes. If you have time to spare, walk 20 minutes from Harajuku to Omotesando Hills, GYRE and Kitty Land. That along both sides of the road will be lined with trees that are different in beauty for every season

In the afternoon, go shopping at Akihabara district Considered as a source of electrical appliances There are more than 100 stores of electronic equipment, both small and large, located on both sides of the road, and there are also many otaku-related merchandise such as items related to famous cartoon characters. Figure model From simple to limited editions, there is also a maid café where waiters dress up kawaii. There are many lines, including the JR Yamanote Line, JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, and JR Sobu Line, get off at Akihabara Station, walk for about 3 minutes.

last day

End with a view of Tokyo in the morning at the number one landmark. Tokyo Tower You can go up to see the most beautiful bird’s-eye view of the city of Tokyo that has it all. Getting there is a ten-minute walk from Akihabara Station, and if you still want to do some shopping, you should go to Shibuya. Because there are many souvenir shops There are many to choose from in this area. More importantly, do not miss visiting the famous Shibuya Crossing. The journey just comes out from Shibuya train station and walk a little bit. Ready to stop and take a picture with A statue of the dog Hachiko as well.