Explore popular tourist spots
Our hotel is surrounded by tourist attractions ranging from popular leisure spots to places known for their scenic beauty.
Make a plan that matches your mood and get the most out of your trip.
A massive green space that spreads out to envelop the imperial palace, widely adored by the citizens of Tokyo. As a special historical landmark containing the remains of Edo castle and many other historical sites, this garden is a historical treasure. Its 5-kilometer perimeter is also popular as a jogging route.
Japan’s first modern western-style park, which opened in 1903 (Meiji 36). In addition to the open-air concert hall and public hall buildings, there are tennis courts and other recreational areas. The large fountain operates everyday from 8am to 9pm.
The main street that represents Marunouchi. It is an elegant and stylish area lined with cafes and boutiques. In the winter, LED lights illuminate the trees lining the street in a Champagne Gold color, producing a gorgeous street view.
The Asakusa area attracts tourists from all over the world as a place where the ambience of old Edo lingers strongly. Whether you are visiting Sensoji Temple, walking along the Nakamise shopping street, or riding a rickshaw, Asakusa can give you the full experience of working-class Edo culture.
Ginza is widely regarded as the shopping mecca of Asia. The streets of Ginza are lined with shops, including first-rate boutiques, luxury accessory brand stores, long-established department stores, and more.
As the entrance to the city, Tokyo Station has watched over people coming and going, since its establishment in 1914 (Taisho 3). Completing its preservation and restoration work in 2012 (Heisei 24), the station has been reborn with even greater beauty and charm.
Tokyo Skytree Town® is Tokyo’s new landmark. The view of the city from the Tokyo Skytree® observatory is unparalleled. Located at the base of the tower are the commercial facility Tokyo Solamachi®, aquarium, planetarium, and more. This area can be enjoyed throughout the day.
Tokyo Tower, opened in1958 (Showa 33), is the symbol of Tokyo. The observation deck is open all year round and allows a spectacular view of Tokyo city. In addition to “Tokyo One Piece Tower”, the large scale theme park based on the animation series “One Piece”, illuminations and other events are held at the base level of the tower. The whole day can be spent enjoy this spot.
Odaiba has many attractions including Fuji Television, Daiba City Tokyo Plaza, and much more. There are also many failities for children to enjoy, including the Museum of Maritime Science and the Science Museum. We also recommend taking a walk or jogging in the parks or along the beach on nice days.