21 best things to do in Tokyo with Kids

21 best things to do in Tokyo with Kids

July 6, 2024

Are you ready to explore Tokyo with your family? Here's our guide on the best things to do in Tokyo with kids!

The bustling capital of Japan is packed with exciting activities that are perfect for all ages.

From theme parks and immersive wildlife encounters, to scenic spots and rich historical sites, there's so much to do here with kids.

We've rounded up some activities and attractions that every parent should consider on their tour of Tokyo with kids.

So here's some of our favorite things to do in Tokyo with kids - get ready for lots of fun and treasured memories!

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Tokyo Disney Resort

  1. Tokyo Disneyland
  2. Tokyo DisneySea


  1. Attractions in Odaiba
  2. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo
  3. Madame Tussauds Tokyo
  4. Small Worlds Miniature Museum
  5. Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Museums & Exhibitions

  1. teamLab Planets Tokyo
  2. Ghibli Museum, Mitaka

Theme Parks

  1. Sanrio Puroland
  2. Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter

Attractions in Harajuku

  1. Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)
  2. Yoyogi Park

Observation Decks & Towers

  1. Tokyo Skytree
  2. Shibuya Sky

Aquariums, Zoos, & Animal Experiences

  1. Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo Skytree Town
  2. Tokyo Sea Life Park
  3. Ueno Zoo
  4. Visit an Animal Cafe

Parks and Nature

  1. Kansai Rinkai Park

Temples & Shrines

  1. Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon)

Travel Essentials

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1. Tokyo Disney Resort

Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland is a classic Disney park with all the rides, character, and magic you would expect.

From the moment we stepped foot in the park until the time we left, we were thoroughly impressed by the atmosphere, the attractions and overall vibe of the place.

Tokyo Disneyland Band
Tokyo Disneyland Band

A must-visit attraction is the Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast. Here, you'll board magical cups that "dance" through scenes from the beloved animated film.

Tokyo Disneyland - Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast
Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast

Our other favorites include Monsters, Inc Ride & Go Seek! and Pooh's Hunny Hunt. Each ride is designed with captivating details and fun-filled adventures that will leave your children wide-eyed and full of delight.

One of the newest additions to the park, Happy Ride with Baymax, is a fun-filled ride that swings you around in unexpected ways.

Toyko Disneyland - Happy Ride with Baymax
Happy Ride with Baymax

However, it does have one of the longer wait times in the park. Coupled with the relatively short duration of the ride, it may not be the best choice unless you have the Disney Premier Access.

And of course, no visit to Tokyo Disneyland would be complete without experiencing the much-loved classics like It's a Small World, Peter Pan's Flight, and Western River Railroad. These timeless favorites continue to charm and entertain children of all ages.

Tokyo Disneyland - Disney Harmony in Colour
Disney Harmony in Colour Parade

Make sure you catch the parades - they are among the best we've ever seen. Disney Harmony in Colour and the Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights offer breathtaking displays of lights, music, and beloved Disney characters. Your children will be absolutely mesmerized!

End the day with a dazzling fireworks show set to a variety of Disney tunes.

Tip: If budget permits, one of the best investments you can make to enhance your family's experience is purchasing the Disney Premier Access.

Particularly if you're visiting with young children, this pass is a game-changer.

It allows you to bypass the lengthy queues and gives you a designated time slot for select attractions and shows, and prime viewing spots for the spectacular parades.

Your kids will thank you for saving them from hours of waiting!

Getting there: if you're travelling by train, get off at Maihama Station on JR (Japan Railway) Keiyo Line / Musashino Line. The Maihama Station is about 15 minutes away from Tokyo Station.

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Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo DisneySea is truly a magical place, not just for the kids but for parents as well.

Once you step through the entrance, you will be immediately transported to a world of fantasy and adventure that perfectly marries Disney charm with a unique nautical theme.

In fact, many visitors rate this as one of the best Disney theme parks in the world.

As you enter, you'll be greeted by the majestic sight of Mount Prometheus, a towering volcano that sets the stage for the magic that awaits.

Seven meticulously themed ports of call, each with its own distinct character and charm, invite guests to embark on thrilling rides, watch spectacular shows, and interact with beloved Disney characters.

Explore the mysteries of the ocean depths aboard small submarines in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" and hurtle through the caverns in "Journey to the Center of the Earth".

For something more relaxing, get on board a watercraft at Aquatopia and enjoy scenic views of the park as you glide and twirl in the pool.

Tokyo DisneySea

In terms of entertainment, there was never a dull moment. The day and night-time parades and shows were spectacular, with our favorites being the Sky Full of Colors fireworks show and Believe! Sea of Dreams featuring a parade of large boats at the Mediterranean Harbor.

Unique to Tokyo DisneySea is the Hotel Miracosta which is the only Disney hotel located inside the park itself.

The luxury hotel boasts three distinct sides - Tuscany, Venice, and Porto Paradiso, each reflecting a unique facet of the Mediterranean's charm. The ornate decorations and breathtaking views of Mount Prometheus and Tokyo DisneySea make this hotel an experience in itself.

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2. Attractions in Odaiba

Sunset in Odaiba
Catch the Sunset in Odaiba while dining in one of the restaurants in the area

Odaiba is a man-made island offering a unique blend of entertainment, culture, and scenic seaside beauty, and is one of our favorite places to visit in Tokyo.

Odaiba is a testament to Tokyo's innovative spirit, featuring architectural marvels like the futuristic Fuji TV Building and Telecom Center.

It's also home to the iconic Gundam Statue, a must-see for anime enthusiasts.

Gundam Statue in Odaiba
The Gundam Status is located at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza

But Odaiba isn't just about the high-tech and the modern. It also offers serene spots like the Odaiba Seaside Park, where you can take leisurely strolls against the backdrop of Tokyo Bay and the Rainbow Bridge.

Shopping enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with venues like DiverCity Tokyo Plaza and Aqua City, while food lovers can indulge in a variety of dining options that cater to every palate.

The island also hosts a surprising guest - a replica of the Statue of Liberty, providing a unique photo opportunity with Tokyo's skyline in the background.

Replica of Status of Liberty at Odaiba

Getting around Odaiba on the Yurikamome line is an adventure in itself, with some of the best views of Odaiba and the waterfront.

Try to snag seats at the front of the train and soak in the best views in the house!

Yurikamome Line - Odaiba
Yurikamome Line

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo

LEGO Discovery Center Tokyo
LEGO Factory

LEGO enthusiasts of all ages will love the LEGOLAND Discovery Center which offers a variety of attractions and activities for both younger children and older kids.

Take on 12 types of attractions designed specifically for ages 3-10 years old including

  • LEGO Factory - Discover how LEGO bricks are made in this whimsical factory
  • NINJAGO City Adventure: Test your ninja skills at this multi-level playground filled with obstacles and challenges.
  • Mini Land: Take a mini tour of Tokyo in this mini interactive city which is made up of over 1.5 million bricks!
  • LEGO Racers: Build & Test: Build your own race car using LEGO bricks, then test its speed on the racetrack.
LEGO Discovery Center Tokyo
LEGO Ninjagocity Adventure

Enjoy a variety of thrilling rides such as the 4D Cinema Experience and Kingdom Quest laser shooting game, where you'll hop on a chariot on a mission to rescue a captured princess. We loved soaring through the skies in Merlin's Apprentice ride so much that we went on it multiple times!

Pro tip: LEGOLAND Discovery Center is right next to Madame Tussauds Tokyo and the Madame Tussauds + LEGOLAND Discovery Center Combo Ticket from Klook is a great way to explore both places.

Location: Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall 3F, Odaiba 1-6-1, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-0091

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Madame Tussauds Tokyo

Madame Tussauds Tokyo

Madame Tussauds Tokyo is for those who want to get up close and personal with their favorite celebrities and icons. Step inside this world-renowned wax museum and prepare to be amazed by the incredible lifelike wax figures that await you.

From movie stars to sports legends, historical figures to pop icons, you'll feel like you're standing right next to your favorite celebrity as you snap a selfie with them.

Madame Tussauds Tokyo

But it's not just the wax figures that make Madame Tussauds Tokyo such a must-see attraction.

The set designs are equally impressive, transporting visitors into different worlds and eras. From the glamour of Hollywood to the excitement of a Japanese rock concert.

Madame Tussauds Tokyo

And don't forget about the interactive nature of the exhibitions. You can challenge a baseball star, conduct an orchestra, or even take part in a fashion shoot.

There's no shortage of fun and exciting activities to enjoy at Madame Tussauds Tokyo!

Location: Odaiba 1-6-1 Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall 3F, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-0091

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Madame Tussauds Tokyo


Small Worlds Miniature Museum

Small Worlds Miniature Museum

Nestled in Ariake Tokyo, this miniature marvel is one of Asia's largest, sprawling across a whopping 7,000 sq metres and is highly recommended for parents and your little explorers.

Step into a world where you'll feel like giants, exploring intricately designed dioramas each brimming with meticulously designed tiny treasures waiting to be discovered.

Watch planes take off and land at the airport, trains chugging through a Global Village, and even a space rocket blasting off.

Small Worlds Miniature Museum

Some exhibits even have portholes that you can pop out off for an up-close look at the action.

The kids will have a blast exploring the different sections of the museum with each corner holding a new discovery.

Small Worlds Miniature Museum
Let's get a closer look at the exhibits

With its family-friendly atmosphere, the Small Worlds Miniature Museum promises an unforgettable adventure that's both educational and fun!

Location: Ariake Butsuryu Center, 1-3-33, Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo. 135-0063

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Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Dome Theatre - Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Dome Theatre (Image credit: Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation)

This futuristic museum is a wonderland of science, technology, and fun.

Miraikan, which translates to "future museum'" truly lives up to its name by offering an intriguing peek into tomorrow's world through its myriad of exhibits that merge science, technology, and the cosmos' mysteries.

The best part? Almost everything is interactive, ensuring a hands-on learning experience that will ignite the spark of curiosity in your young ones!

Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Image credit: Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

One of the museum's highlights is its exploration of our world from a scientific perspective, offering thought-provoking discussions and hands-on activities.

Children can engage with real-life science experiments, robotics, and even a stunning Geo-Cosmos display that projects real-time weather patterns and global data onto a massive globe.

The museum is educational without being dull - the perfect blend of learning and play.

Location: 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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3. Museums & Exhibitions

teamLab Planets Tokyo

teamLab Planets Tokyo

If you're looking for an unforgettable experience that will captivate both younger and older kids, teamLab Planets Tokyo is the perfect destination.

Prepare to be taken away from reality and enter a world of art, adventure, and imagination.

teamLab Planets Tokyo is an incredible interactive art exhibition filled with larger than life installations unlike anything you've ever experienced before.

Step into a world of wonder, where four large-scale artworks and two gardens come to life in a truly immersive experience.

teamLab Planets Tokyo

You'll get to explore the large scale artworks and become part of them, from walking through pools of water, and basking in a garden brimming with floating flowers, to the Infinite Crystal Universe, where you'll be dazzled by millions of LED lights creating a breathtaking galaxy-like environment.

Our experience at teamLab Planets Tokyo was truly surreal and it was great family fun too!

teamLab Planets Tokyo

Make sure you book your tickets early as this attraction is very popular and can sell out.

teamLab Planets Tokyo is only 1 train stop or about 750m away from the Toyosu Fish Market, a great place for a breakfast or lunch of fresh sushi.

Pro tip: Shorts are recommended as some parts of the experience involve wading through water artworks which can reach up to knee height for adults.

Location: Toyosu 6-1-16, Koto-ku

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Ghibli Museum, Mitaka

Ghibli Museum Mitaka
Image credit: Ghibli Museum, Mitaka via Twitter

Imagine stepping into the magical world of Hayao Miyazaki films - it's like a dream come true for your little ones (and let's admit, us too!).

The museum brings to life enchanting stories from classics like "My Neighbor Totoro" and "Spirited Away".

It's not just about looking, there's plenty of hands-on fun too! Kids can scamper up the giant Cat Bus, explore the lush rooftop garden, and even watch exclusive short films unavailable anywhere else.

The museum's charm is in its details - whimsical architecture, delightful exhibits, even the tickets are film strips!

Note that tickets will not be available at the entrance and admission to the Ghibli Museum is by advance reservation online only.

Tickets go on sale online an 10am (Japan Time) on the 10th of every month for the following month.

Due to the limited number of tickets and high demand, tickets are notoriously hard to come by.

One way to get around this is to join a tour offered by platforms such as Klook, Viator, and KKday.

These are costlier options but at least you'll have the assurance of having your tickets secured.

Location: 1-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 181-0013, Japan

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Some tickets are also available on Trip.com but available dates are limited.

4. Theme Parks

Sanrio Puroland

If your kids are fans of Hello Kitty, My Melody, and other Sanrio characters, then Sanrio Puroland is a must-visit.

The joy on your little ones' faces when they meet these characters will be priceless.

This theme park is filled with rides, magical live shows, and attractions featuring all your favorite Sanrio characters.

Plus the indoor location means a day out at Puroland is perfect, rain or shine.

The park's themed restaurants also serve delightful meals that are almost too cute to eat.

In addition, there are plenty of shops to explore, making it a great place to spend a few hours (or a whole day).

Just make sure to save some room in your luggage for the irresistibly cute merchandise!

Location: 1-31 Ochiai, Tama, Tokyo

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter

Plaform 9 ¾ - Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter)
Platform 9 ¾ (Image credit: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter)

The Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter offers the perfect blend of fun, adventure, and a dash of magic.

it's an interactive experience that brings the world of Harry Potter to life.

You'll come face-to-face with original props, costumes, and sets from the iconic movies, giving you a chance to step into your favorite scenes and explore the wizarding world first-hand.

One of the standout features is the chance to see how the magic was made.

From the intricate details of the Gryffindor common room to the awe-inspiring Great Hall, every corner is filled with secrets and behind-the-scenes insights.

Diagon Alley - Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter)
Diagon Alley (Image credit: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo - The Making of Harry Potter)

The tour also provides a unique opportunity to learn about the special effects and animatronics that brought beloved characters like Dobby and the Basilisk to life.

But it's not all about the wizarding world.

The tour itself is a tribute to the art of filmmaking. Your children will get an inside look at how movies are made, from set design and costume creation to post-production and special effects.

It's an inspiring experience that might just spark a passion for cinema in your little ones.

Pack your invisibility cloaks, ready your wands, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure!

Location: 1-1-7 Kasugacho Nerima ward 179-0074 Tokyo

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5. Attractions in Harajuku

Harajuku - Takeshita Street
Takeshita Street is a must see when you are in Harajuku

Harajuku is a playground for the fashion-forward with streets brimming with eclectic style.

Yet it also whispers of tradition, with the tranquil Meiji Shrine offering a peaceful retreat.

Don't forget to tantalize your taste buds with the famous crepes and other street food delights.

Crepes in Harajuku Tokyo

Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)

Meiji Shrine

In the heart of bustling Tokyo lies the iconic Meiji Shrine, a serene oasis steeped in history.

Strolling through its imposing torii gates, you'll be transported into a realm of tranquil gardens, grand architecture, and timeless rituals.

The shrine is also a hub for cultural festivals like the Spring Grand Festival, adding to its charm.

Location: 1-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-8557, Japan

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park is one of Tokyo's largest parks, standing out from its counterparts with its wide open lawns perfect for picnics and several stunning bodies of water.

It's located next to the Meiji Shrine and just a 5 minute walk from Harajuku Station, which means you can easily combine your park visit with a shopping spree in Harajuku.

The park is a hub for cultural festivities, music concerts, and sports events.

And with a rich history that dates back to the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and an essence that captures the spirit of Tokyo, this park is more than just a picturesque spot; it's the city's beating heart.

Location: 2-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0052, Japan

6. Observation Decks & Towers

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree

Standing at 634m, the magnificent Tokyo Skytree is an architectural marvel and the tallest tower in the world. The tower boasts breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of Tokyo city that will leave you awestruck.

As you ascend to the top, you'll feel the excitement and anticipation building with each passing meter. Once you reach the observation decks, you'll be rewarded with the most incredible views of Tokyo city.

Gorgeous views of Tokyo

Take in the stunning skyline and marvel at the intricate details of the city architecture as far as your eyes can see.

Protip: There are 2 observation decks, the Tembo Deck (350m) and Tembo Galleria (450m), and additional tickets are required if you want to enter the Tembo Galleria.

We made it to both but if we're being honest, you could probably save yourself some queue time and have almost the same experience by just opting for the Tembo Deck.

Tokyo Solamachi

Tokyo Solamachi

With more than 300 shops, this shopping and gourmet paradise located at the foot of Tokyo Skytree provides an exceptional shopping experience for both locals and tourists.

From trendy fashion to unique souvenirs and specialty goods, this place truly has it all.

Don't be surprised if you lose track of time exploring these interesting shops - we wanted to step into every single one!

Location: 1-chōme-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo 131-0045

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Shibuya Sky

Shibuya Sky
Image credit: Shibuya Sky

Perched atop the towering Shibuya Scramble Square, Shibuya Sky offers an unparalleled 360-degree view of the bustling metropolis of Tokyo.

This observation deck stands impressively at 229 meters, making it one of the highest vantage points in the city.

Unlike other observation decks in Tokyo, Shibuya Sky stands out for its open-air, cage-free design. It's as if you're levitating over the city, with nothing but air and magnificent views around you!

The sight of the famous Shibuya Crossing from above is truly mesmerizing, especially when illuminated at night.

Apart from the view, the deck has a Sky Bar that serves refreshing cocktails, perfect for a relaxing evening. They also offer guided tours, providing interesting insights into the cityscape.

Sunsets are a particularly popular time to visit, with the blend of city lights and the setting sun creating a magical spectacle you won't soon forget.

Location: 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

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7. Aquariums, Zoos, & Animal Experiences

Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo Skytree Town

Sumida Aquarium

If you're looking for a family-friendly aquarium in Tokyo, don't miss Sumida Aquarium at the Skytree Town. From jellyfishes to penguins, this aquarium has everything that will surely captivate your child's attention.

Highlights include the giant Jellyfish tank where you can see a variety of jellyfishes glowing in different colors. It's truly a mesmerizing sight to behold and perfect for taking Instagram-worthy photos.

Sumida Aquarium
Giant Jellyfish tank

Another must-see exhibit is the Penguin pool where you can observe penguins swimming and waddling around in one of Japan's largest indoor pool-type tanks. You can really get up close to these adorable creatures!

Sumida Aquarium

Sumida Aquarium also houses one of Japan's largest goldfish exhibits. It's a beautiful sight to see these bright and colorful fish swim elegantly in the water.

Sumida Aquarium

Overall, Sumida Aquarium is an excellent place to bring your kids for an educational and entertaining outing. The aquarium is clean, well-maintained, and offers a range of activities that will keep children engaged and excited.

Don't forget to check out the cafe for some cute and creative snacks and drinks.

Location: 5-6F, TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN Solamachi, 1-2, Oshiage 1-chome, Sumida Ward, Tokyo 131-0045

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Tokyo Sea Life Park

Tokyo Sea Life Park

Not only does Tokyo Sea Life Park offer an educational experience, but it's also loads of fun for kids and adults alike.

This aquatic wonderland is home to an array of vibrant marine life from all over the world.

Imagine your kiddo's delight at seeing penguins waddling around, or their awe as giant tuna swim over their heads.

Tokyo Sea Life Park

Plus the location in Kasai Rinkai Park adds an extra layer of fun with its picturesque bay views, playgrounds, and ferris wheel.

Location: 6-chōme-2-3 Rinkaichō, Edogawa City, Tokyo 134-8587, Japan

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Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo is a great place to take kids who love animals.

It's Japan's oldest zoo and home to over 3,000 animals, including Hokkaido Brown Bears, playful Japanese Macaques, and the adorable pandas - a sure hit with the kids!

A visit to Ueno Zoo is also a great chance for your kids to learn about wildlife conservation.

The zoo is conveniently located in the heart of Ueno Park, so after meeting the animals, you can explore the nearby science, history, and art museums located within the park.

Location: 9-83, Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8711, Japan

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Visit an Animal Cafe

For families that love animals, a visit to one of Tokyo's animal cafes is often irresistible.

It's not just about sipping coffee but also sharing cuddles with adorable creatures like puppies, kittens, hedgehogs, owls, mini pigs, and even exotic reptiles.

Your kids will love the chance to meet these friendly animals up close, and it's educational too!

Plus, the calm, therapeutic environment is a bonus stress reliever for you after a day of sightseeing.

Keep in mind that these cafes can get crowded so reservations are recommended.

Some of the cafes may also have age restrictions for handling certain animals so it's best to check beforehand.

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Parks & Nature

Kansai Rinkai Park

Kansai Rinkai Park

Kansai Rinkai Park is a treasure trove of family-friendly activities.

Discover the magical underwater world and watch your kids marvel at the sea creatures at Tokyo Sea Life Park, an underwater wonderland nestled within the park.

Diamond and Flowers Ferris Wheel

Then, hop on a leisurely tram ride to explore the park or climb aboard the 117-metre Diamond and Flowers Ferris Wheel offering panoramic views of Tokyo.

There's also an observation building, offering another perspective of this delightful park.

Diamond and Flowers Ferris Wheel
Gorgeous view on top of the Diamond and Flowers Ferris Wheel

Temples & Shrines

Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon)

Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon)

Located in Asakusa, Sensoji Temple is a colouful and historic landmark that is steeped in tradition.

Bask in the soothing scent of incense, admire the grand architecture, and soak up the energy of the lively market streets.

Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon)

A trip to Sensoji is a voyage through time, providing a peek into Tokyo's illustrious past.

Where: 2-chōme-3-1 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032

Travel Essentials to Tokyo

Private Airport transfers

Tokyo Private car transfer

Make your journey stress free by booking a private transfer from Klook to and from the airport.

If you're travelling with family, we strongly recommend this option.

Say goodbye to the hassle of carrying luggage to the train with young children in tow and hello to a friendly driver waiting for you at the gate!

You'll be whisked away in no time to Tokyo while your kids enjoy a comfortable ride.

Not only is it a convenient option, but the cost difference is really not that much compared to train tickets for the whole family.

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