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The Best Museums in Tokyo

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Museums in Tokyo

Among the country's, and the world's, largest institutions of its kind, Tokyo National Museum exhibits Buddhist and Japanese artwork, woodblo
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Edo-Tokyo Museum , Sumida
See how Japanese capital evolved into a global city at Edo-Tokyo Museum, filled with artifacts, exhibits, and models documenting the urban ce
Tours from £35
Equal parts a children's, fine art, and technology museum, Ghibli Museum Mitaka enchants visitors with its atmosphere of whimsy and fun. Devo
Tours from £16
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Duration: 2 to 7 hours
Explore megacity Tokyo with a private guide with an itinerary tailored to your interests. Immerse yourself in the culture and see each spot through the eyes of an experienced local guide.Meet your guide at your hotel to start the day and get around seamlessly without getting lost in the subway maze -yes, Tokyo railway network is known for being clean, safe and 99.9% on time yet the most complicated one in the world.-9:00 Meetup at your hotel-Tsukiji fish outer market (one of the biggest food market in Tokyo) *Only outer market and small wholesale market. -Asakusa (traditional town and biggest temple in Tokyo)-Lunch -Meiji shrine (the biggest shrine in Tokyo)-Takeshita street (pop culture town)We have options for a 2-hour, 4-hour tour as well.This tour is perfect for first-timers and the first day in Tokyo to know how to get around.
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Art and architecture enthusiasts should not miss the chance to visit The National Art Center, Tokyo. The center, opened in 2007, is noted for
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Samurai Museum , Kabukicho
Learn about the warriors who embodied Japanese concepts of courage, power, and loyalty at Samurai Museum. Opened in 2015, the museum showcase
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Where to stay in Tokyo

Tokyo abounds with excellent places to stay, from luxury affairs to humble budget-friendly lodgings. Its glittering skyscrapers house numerous international four- and five-star hotels, both in the populous cultural hotspots of Shinjuku and in the business centers of Akasaka and Shinbashi. Meanwhile, hostels catering to the shoestring traveler lie scattered throughout the city. For a memorable, distinctly Japanese experience, seek out a ryokan, a traditional bed and breakfast with tatami floor mats and sliding screen doors.
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