Would you like to go Tokyo sightseeing (Japan)?

Here is a YouTube channel of our Founder/CEO&CTO Hiroyuki Chishiro [Tokyo Sightseeing] vlogs.

Let's enjoy your virtual Tokyo sightseeing!

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Now that the effects of the COVID-19 have been mitigated and you can go sightseeing in Tokyo, we hope you will watch our YouTube channel for the following purposes.

  • To do preliminary research before going sightseeing in Tokyo
  • To make up for the places and time of year that you missed during your Tokyo sightseeing trip (including Tokyo sightseeing in different seasons).

If you would like to go Tokyo sightseeing, read "Tokyo Maze"!

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If you would like to know Tokyo's transportation system, please read the following article.

NOTE: Please check the official website of the transportation agency for the latest information.

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Tokyo is the capital of Japan and one of the most vibrant and bustling metropolises in the world.

Tokyo is characterized by the following features.

  • History: Originally a small fishing village named Edo, Tokyo became the center of political power in Japan when Ieyasu Tokugawa established the shogunate in 1603. The name "Tokyo" originated from the name meaning "the capital of the East" when Emperor Meiji moved the capital from Kyoto, "the capital of the West".
  • Culture and Lifestyle: Tokyo is a city where tradition and modernity coexist seamlessly. Ancient temples and shrines are scattered among towering skyscrapers. It is a city that never sleeps, with a vibrant nightlife, bustling streets, and countless entertainment options.
  • Population: Tokyo has a population of over 13 million, and the greater Tokyo area has a population of over 37 million.
  • Districts: Tokyo is made up of many different districts, each with its own unique character. Shibuya is famous for its lively pedestrian malls and vibrant youth culture. Shinjuku is known for its soaring skyscrapers, neon lights, and entertainment. Asakusa offers a glimpse into Tokyo's past with its historic temples and traditional atmosphere. Other famous areas include Ginza (high-end shopping), Akihabara (electronics and otaku culture), and Harajuku (fashion and youth culture).
  • Cuisine: From traditional Japanese cuisine to international cuisines, Tokyo is a food lover's paradise. World-class sushi, sashimi, ramen, tempura, and more can be found here. Seafood lovers will love Toyosu Market, the world's largest fish market.
  • Transportation: Getting around Tokyo is easy with an extensive and efficient public transportation system that includes trains, subways, and buses. The iconic Shinkansen bullet train connects Tokyo to other major cities in Japan.
  • Attractions: Tokyo has many tourist attractions. Must-sees include the historic Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine in Shibuya, Tokyo Tower, and observation decks at skyscrapers such as TOKYO SKYTREE and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.
  • Events and Festivals: Tokyo offers a variety of events and festivals throughout the year, including cherry blossoms in spring, traditional festivals in summer, autumn leaves in fall, and illumination in winter.

Whether you are interested in history and culture, shopping and entertainment, or simply strolling through the bustling streets and neighborhoods, Tokyo has something for everyone.

The old and the new merge to create a unique and dynamic urban experience!

Central Tokyo

The following locations are in Central Tokyo.

Vlogs in Central Tokyo are the following articles.

Northern Tokyo

The following locations are in Northern Tokyo.

Vlogs in Northern Tokyo are the following articles.

Eastern Tokyo

The following locations are in Eastern Tokyo.

Vlogs in Eastern Tokyo are the following articles.

Western Tokyo

The following locations are in Western Tokyo.

Vlogs in Western Tokyo are the following articles.

Southern Tokyo

The following locations are in Southern Tokyo.

Vlogs in Southern Tokyo are the following articles.

Izu & Ogasawara Islands

The following locations are in Izu & Ogasawara Islands.

A Vlog in Izu & Ogasawara Islands is the following article.

We recommend the following videos (in Japanese) for the Izu & Ogasawara Islands, although they are not ours!

Tama (Outlying Area)

The following locations are in Tama (Outlying Area).

Vlogs in Tama (Outlying Area) are the following articles.

References: Japan Sightseeing/Gourmet