Tokyo is packed with fun activities in many different neighborhoods. You're only problem will be where to go first. One of our favorite fun outings is a visit to the Shinagawa Aquarium. Here you'll find over 300 species of fish and sea-life covering almost every aspect of the marine world. If you're a fan of Japanese Anime -- and who isn't? -- you should definitely check out the Tokyo Studio Ghibli Museum Afternoon Tour. You'll quickly discover why Studio Ghibli is known as the Disney of the East. If you're feeling extra adventurous, escape the big-city bustle with a 2-Day Mt. Fuji, Hakone and Bullet Train Tour from Tokyo. You'll stay in scenic Hakone then zoom back to Tokyo by Bullet train on this overnight jaunt. Everyone raves about Central Park in New York City, but Tokyo has its own awesome park. Tokyo's oldest public park in down-home Ueno Koen, a sprawling, well-kept, and beautiful destination for a pleasant morning stroll, especially during hanami (cherry blossom viewing) season. When you're looking for fun, Tokyo delivers. You will treasure every single moment in this amazing city.
Hinode Pier, 2-7 Kaigan
Sea breeze, sights, and skyline from the bay...
Kasai Rinkai Park
6- Rinkai-cho, Edogawa-ku