Things to Do in Tokyo

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If you're visiting Tokyo, check out this list of top tips and things to do to make the most of your time there.

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Adachi Fireworks

Annually over 600,000 people assemble to watch one of the most popular firework festivals by the Arakawa river in Tokyo's Adachi ward.

Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station, the main train terminal and also a major bus terminal, transporting people to other cities in Japan, is more than just a station. Shops, restaurants, museums, and the Imperial Palace, are just a few places of the many in and around the station that are worth visiting.

Moyai Statue in Shibuya

Everyone knows about Shibuya's Hachiko statue, the most popular meeting point possibly in all of Japan. However, on the southwest side of Shibuya Station, there is another landmark that many people miss: The Moyai Statue.

Hachiko Statue in Shibuya

One of Japan's unofficial landmarks, the Hachiko statue in Shibuya is a homage to the faithful Akita dog who waited at Shibuya Station every day for his master, even after his death.

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Japan

On May 12 and 13, EDC Japan will bring some of the most influential acts in dance music to Tokyo Bay in Zoro Marine Stadium and Makuhari Beach. EDC Japan is known for being a place where all are welcome and headliners can unify to experience astonishing art and music sets spread over a variety of bass, trap, techno and trance artists and more.


Along the fringes of Shibuya and Meguro sit Ebisu, a neighborhood that gives off a calm atmosphere. Apart from being a quiet location, it's an expensive residential area that centers around Ebisu Garden Place, an office, shopping, and dining complex rolled into one.

Tokyo Night Visuals

This photo story brings you to Tokyo's best attractions at night, and perhaps you might find yourself heading out after dinner to search for your money shot. From the bright lights of Shibuya, to the quiet alleys of Kichijoji, there are gems to be found everywhere.