LOTS OF FUN.YUMMY FOOD.AMAZING SCENERY.
If that’s what you are looking for for your extraordinary getaway, Tokyo has it all!
Literally known as the ‘Eastern capital’, Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world and appears on any travelers’ list when visitingthe Asia. With tasty dishes, beautiful sights and plenty of activities for you to enjoy, Tokyo will never cease to amaze you!
Get lost in TOKYO DISNEYLAND
Is it every kid’s dream to meet and touch all those animated characters in real life? If that’s true to you, as it is to me, come to exploreTokyo Disneyland – where all dreams come true.
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With seven themed lands featuring wonderful decorations and parades, Tokyo Disneyland will surely blow you away.Visit the 20th century American town at the World Bazaar, travel to the future and explore the outer space at Tomorrowland. Get ready to meet the real-life Peter Pan, Snow White and Pooh Bear, andadmire the iconic Cinderella's Castle in Fantasyland.Have some fun playing with Mickey, Donald, Chip n’ Dale and many other Disney characters atToontown.Get thrilled on the famous rollercoaster Big Thunder Mountain in Westernland. Go on a sail with the Pirates of the Caribbean at Adventureland. And finally, visit the home of all characters from the Disney film ‘Song of the South’ in Critter Country, where you may find the popular Splash Mountain log rideas well.
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Is that enough to get you on cloud nine?
Savor the freshest seafood at TSUKIJIMARKET
As one of the world’s largest and most exciting wholesale markets,TsukijiShijoappears in literally every guide book about Tokyo and has become a major tourist attraction.
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TsukijiShijo handles over 2,000 tons of marine products per day, consists of an inner market where most of the wholesale business along with the famous tuna auctions takesplace, and an outer market whose retail shops and restaurants cater to the public.
Here, you may want toarrive early in the morning for the tuna auctions, or a bit later to experience the hustle and bustle of daily market life, as well as, of course, a yummysushi breakfast!There are plenty of sushi counters here, but to find best ones, you need to head to the restaurant area near the wholesale fruit and vegetable market, just inside the main gate off Shin-ohashi Street.And don’t forget to try the kaisen-don (seafood donburi) and the chu toro (fatty tuna).
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If you’re a true ‘sea-foodie’, this place won’t let you down!
Enjoy the blooming cherry blossom at SHINJUKUGYOEN NATIONAL GARDEN
Located just a short walk from the Station, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is one of Tokyo’s largest and most popular parks, as well as the perfect place to see cherry blossomhere in spring.The park's walking paths meandering along spaciouslawns and tranquil scenery provide a relaxing escape from the busy city of Tokyo. Itis home to a wide variety of cherry trees. From late March to early April, more than 400 Somei Yoshino trees blossom, turning Shinjuku Gyoeninto a wonderfultourist attraction.Moreover, the gardenhas a number of early and late blooming cherry trees, which provide an extended‘sakura’ viewing season from mid-March to late April for those who miss the main season.Photo by http://pixdaus.com/
Shinjuku Gyoen is also nice to visit during autumn when different types of trees start changing colors, especiallythe marvelousmaple trees.
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What are you waiting for? Pack your bag and prepare for the most ‘awesome’experiencesof your holiday in Tokyo.
Source : Bunny Choco