Tokyo Sightseeing Spots are all over the city. Being one of the largest cities in the world there is a lot to see, but you cant come to Tokyo without seeing some of the famous views we have sightseeing spots listed below. As many buildings are so tall, it can be difficult to get a birds-eye view of Tokyo, but the Tokyo Sightseeing spots listed below will give you the best views and photos. Be sure to check our Tokyo Tours if you want a more specific or personalized memory of your visit to Japan and Tokyo.
Sightseeing Spots in Tokyo
The Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting and observation tower. It is the newest and tallest structure in the Tokyo region, and it is currently the third tallest structure in the world. It has 2 observation decks and the view of the city is amazing. The bottom of the Skytree is an entertainment zone with an Aquarium, Shopping mall and various dining options. Location: 1-Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo Train Access: Tokyo Skytree Station Google Maps
The Tokyo Tower has 2 observation decks at 150m and 250m (The top deck needs to be reserved in advance). This is the original observation sightseeing place in Tokyo and It has great views of the city. There is also a shopping, dining and entertainment area at the bottom of the Tokyo Tower. Location: 4-Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo Train Access: Akabanebashi Station, 5 min walk, Onarimon Station, 6 min walk, Kamiyacho Station, 7 min walk Google Maps
This is a free observation area that is 202 meters above the ground in the Government building in West Shinjuku. Location: 2-8-1, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Train Access: Shinjuku Station, 10 min walk Google Maps
One of the best ways to visit Tokyo Sightseeing Sports is to book a bus tour. As long as the weather is good (it usually is) then you will be taken directly to the spots we have listed above and more. Below are the two biggest Tour Bus operators, Hato Bus Tours and H.I.S. Group Tours.
If you enjoyed our Tokyo Sightseeing Spots page. Please take a look at Tokyo Aquariums & Zoos, Tokyo Shopping Areas, or Tokyo Adult Entertainment Guide (Foreigner Friendly) pages.