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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Lapis Tokyo

Lapis is a new nightclub which opened its doors in August 2017 within Tokyo’s high-end entertainment district Ginza. The club is noticeable straight away with bright neon-like colors shining through the window. The entrance has a small reception available with some lockers and a ladies-only sofa.

Toyosu Fish Market

Tokyo's new wholesale Toyosu Fish Market, started trading in October 2018, with over 600 merchants moving from their historical Tsukiji Market home, in operation for over 80 years and bringing its famous tuna auctions.

LAPIS TOKYO 1st Anniversary

It will be 1 year since the opening of LAPIS Tokyo and that has to be celebrated! LAPIS will celebrate it’s anniversary all out over the span of 2 full weekends including various famous artists from abroad such as Alexandra Stan and Honey Cocaine and not to forget Japan’s number 1 female DJ Kaori.

Runbase Tokyo

Running enthusiasts who travel to Tokyo will find a home at Runbase. Ideally located in the heart of Tokyo, Runbase is 3 minutes away from the Imperial Palace, the city’s most iconic running route. Traveling runners and urban athletes will find Runbase to be the same global concept established in Berlin and Dubai, a concept that advocates a holistic approach to running and ultimately exceeds expectations of a regular locker and shower facility.

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.