7 Mar 2020 - 8 Mar 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Tokyo is one of the world's largest cities, and with no single defined 'centre' it can feel like multiple cities in one. This makes it even more important to choose the right neighbourhood, so you'll be close to the sights and experiences you're most interested in.
If it's your first time in Tokyo, read Skyscanner's recommendations for some of the best Tokyo accommodation in the Japanese capital that match different people's interests and budgets. With some of the best transport systems in the world, there's no bad place to stay in Tokyo.
One of the busiest transport hubs in the world, Shinjuku is what most people imagine Tokyo is like – neon signs, thronged streets and giant electronic department stores. Thousands of restaurants and retailers cater to every price range and taste, and leafy Shinjuku Gyoen Park is nearby if you need a breather from the urban buzz. Express bus and rail services connect directly with both Tokyo airports, making Shinjuku one of the most convenient places to stay in the city.
Three stops from Shinjuku, trend-setting Shibuya is another well-connected district with more restaurants and shops than it's possible to visit on a city break. Popular with students and young adults, this is where you'll find the iconic Shibuya Crossing and Hachiko dog statue, with peaceful Yoyogi Park and its Meiji Shrine also nearby.
For a more traditional experience in Tokyo, Asakusa retains the look and atmosphere of pre-war Japan that's now more associated with Kyoto. By contrast, it's also the site of the futuristic Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest tower at 634 metres. Other local sites of interest are Ueno Park and Ueno Zoo (with its baby giant panda) and historic Sensoji Temple, the oldest in Tokyo.
Tokyo has a reputation for being expensive, but it's possible to see the sights on a budget. Read Skyscanner's recommendations for the best free things to do in Tokyo.
With most accommodation in Tokyo not accepting pets, locals can get their cute fix at the city's animal cafes. Meet friendly cats, dogs, owls, hedgehogs and more exotic creatures in themed cafes across the city for adorable and unique selfies.
If you're visiting Tokyo during one of the several sumo seasons, you owe it to yourself to catch a Grand Tournament at one of the major venues. Outside of tournament season, you can see the athletes practice at Sumo stables in Ryogoku and other areas for a uniquely Japanese experience.
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Please note: all information is correct as of April 2019.
Way better experience here the Narita. Really easy to get to and simple to Navigate.
I very enjoyed my time there, i suggest to go to ueno and shopping at ueno, also try all the seven eleven food... it’s all amazing
The best time of my life in this trip to different Japanese cities: Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Nara Koyasan and Tokyo
I loved it. Technologically advanced but still old fashioned at the same time. Many things to see and experience and there is something for everyone. Old temples and shrine, a little bit of history and many shopping places. There are themed restaurants and cafes, modern world cousin and traditional japanese (far more than just sushi).