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Restaurants For Every Budget in Tokyo

When in Tokyo, eat as the locals do! From sushi to sashimi, from tempura to ramen; regardless of your budget or taste, Tokyo has something perfect for you. And remember, Tokyo features the most Michelin Stars in the world!
1-2-6 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023
In frenetic Shinjuku, there’s always need for a coffee break. Tajimaya Coffee Honten was founded in 1964 and proffers the best beans around the world.
Theatre Bldg 7, 8F, 3-14-20, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022
A huge moving crab signboard hanging on the wall of Shinjuku Honten means Kani Douraku! This is definitely a must-try luxurious crab restaurant in Japan, while sitting on the tatami, you can enjoy delicious seafood.
8F Humax Pavillion Minami Ikebukuro, 1-21-2, Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0022
Mo-Mo-Paradise, also known as “MoPara”, is an All-you-can-eat shabu-shabu / sukiyaki restaurant. They serve several courses starting from 1,700 yen for 90 minutes.

Shopping Destinations in Tokyo

Tokyo is not just the national capital of Japan, but the shopping capital of Asia. From inexpensive souvenirs at street markets to luxury cosmetics at department stores, Tokyo has got you covered!
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
Shibuya Hikarie Department Store
Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza

Sightseeing In Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the versatile cities in the world! Whether you are interested in architecture or culture, shopping or theme parks, Tokyo has all the must see sights you cannot miss!
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Shinjuku District

Shinjuku is where it all happens – or seems to, anyway. Fashion trends are born here and watching amateur performers is the order of the day.

Great Places To Stay in Tokyo

Accommodations in Tokyo are one of extremes. Sure, there are the luxury hotels in the centre of the city, but who can forget the traditional ryokans and unique guesthouses? Find out which best suits your needs with Discover Tokyo!
2-13-21, Shitaya, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0004
For only 2,700 yen, you can stay in this Tokyo Heritage Hostel, a traditional Japanese building with secluded garden and old-world decorations. The concept of the guesthouse is “Beyond all borders”.
2-24-2, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo111-0032
Sakura Hostel Asakusa is the largest hostel in Tokyo with a 24-hour reception for your enquiry. Also, you may check in anytime, but if you arrive at the hostel after 9pm, please contact the staff beforehand.
2-14-13 Kuramae, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0051‬‬‬‬
With an incredibly stylish offering, Nui. Hostel & Bar Lounge aims at achieving ‘beyond all borders’ in the design stakes.

Find Your Destinations in Tokyo

Looking for the best places to eat, sleep, play and experience in Tokyo? Plan your perfect Tokyo experience with Japan.com’s Discover Tokyo interactive map.


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