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Senso ji Tokyo Meiji Jingu Tokyo Zojo ji Tokyo Tennoji Tokyo
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Hamarikya gardens Tokyo Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden Tokyo Uenopark Tokyo Yoyogipark Tokyo
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Ginza Tokyo Akihabara Tokyo Shinjuku Tokyo Shibuya Tokyo
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Tokyo Tower Tokyo National Museum Tokyo Skytree Imperial Palace Tokyo
Japan – Tokyo  March 30 – April 8, 2016 After visiting this magnificent city and country, we like to share our experiences with you in our second travel blog. We hope you will enjoy! Tokyo is the capital of Japan and has 13 million inhabitants exclusive the inhabitants of the suburbs (32 million). It is situated at the river Sumida at the Tokyo bay. In the past it was a fishing town called Edo, in 1590 it became the political center of the Shogunate of Tokugawa Leyasu. When the Shogun was replaced by the Empire in 1868, the Empire Meiji moved the capital from Kyoto to Edo, which was than first named Tokyo (Eastern Capital). In 1923 Tokyo was destroyed by a large earthquake (Great Kanto) and in 1945 it was destroyed by bombs in the WOII. After all this Tokyo became the energetic metropolis what it is today. Below you will find a list of Tokyo’s highlights, we have visited during our eight days’ stay. Please click on a highlight to find some more detailed information. We also include a page with general information about Japan and Tokyo (public transport etc.).
Asakusa Tokyo Yanaka Tokyo
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Sights & Blog Tokyo
Top attractions Tokyo:
           Sensō-ji
Temples and Shrines:
Parks and Gardens:
Districts:
Various sights:
Download / print map pdf:
Temples and Shrines:
Senso ji Tokyo Zojo ji Tokyo Tennoji Tokyo
Parks and Gardens:
Hamarikya gardens Tokyo Meiji Jingu Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden Tokyo Uenopark Tokyo Yoyogipark Tokyo
Districts:
Ginza Tokyo Akihabara Tokyo Shinjuku Tokyo Shibuya Tokyo
Various sights:
Tokyo Tower Tokyo National Museum Tokyo Skytree Imperial Palace Tokyo Asakusa Tokyo Yanaka Tokyo
Japan – Tokyo  March 30 – April 8, 2016 After visiting this magnificent city and country, we like to share our experiences with you in our second travel blog. We hope you will enjoy! Tokyo is the capital of Japan and has 13 million inhabitants exclusive the inhabitants of the suburbs (32 million). It is situated at the river Sumida at the Tokyo bay. In the past it was a fishing town called Edo, in 1590 it became the political center of the Shogunate of Tokugawa Leyasu. When the Shogun was replaced by the Empire in 1868, the Empire Meiji moved the capital from Kyoto to Edo, which was than first named Tokyo (Eastern Capital). In 1923 Tokyo was destroyed by a large earthquake (Great Kanto) and in 1945 it was destroyed by bombs in the WOII. After all this Tokyo became the energetic metropolis what it is today. Below you will find a list of Tokyo’s highlights, we have visited during our eight days’ stay. Please click on a highlight to find some more detailed information. We also include a page with general information about Japan and Tokyo  (public transport etc.).
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