So far this year, Tokyo has welcomed 10,980,461 overseas visitors, according to JTB Tourism & Research Consulting Co. The tourism market in Tokyo is robust because the city offers so many singular pleasures to tourists from the USA and other nations. Americans who are interested in exploring Tokyo will love what this Japanese city has to offer. Home to so many exciting and exquisite attractions, Tokyo is a world-class tourist destination that allows Americans to immerse themselves in Japanese culture.
Watch Seafood Auctions At Toyusu Market
In Tokyo, you’ll never get bored. This bustling metropolis has a population of over 13 million, and the city has no shortage of dazzling and unique attractions, which appeal to tourists and residents alike. One not-to-be-missed attraction is the Toyosu Market. This market opened in fall of 2018 to replace the Tsukiji Market, and it is home to famous seafood auctions that visitors may observe from comfortable observation decks. The market is a great place to find the freshest sushi imaginable. For the most authentic and memorable experience, go early in the morning, to catch the tuna auctions, and then feast on breakfast sushi.
Drink In Japanese Culture At Toyko National Museum
Japanese culture is very different from American culture, and learning about Japan will be thrilling. There’s no better place to get the inside scoop than the Tokyo National Museum. This museum is home to an impressive array of Japanese antiquities and artwork. It also features antiques and works of art from other Asian nations. One day in the museum may not give tourists enough time to see everything, including one current exhibition, Horyuji Kondo Mural Painting. Americans tourists who are properly covered and have valid passports may spend up to 90 days in Japan, so many will have time to enjoy second days at this museum if they wish to.
Enjoy The splendor Of The Imperial Palace
Outdoor time is an important part of any travel experience, and spending time in the gardens of the Imperial Palace will be a wonderful way to enjoy nature. It’ll take only 10 minutes to walk to the palace from Toyko Station. While the palace itself is very rarely open to the public, the gardens are accessible. One particularly beautiful garden at the site is the Ninomaru Japanese Garden, which is the perfect place to relax and contemplate.
Toyko is a feast for the senses. From its world-famous fish market to its stellar national museum to its stunning Imperial Palace and beyond, it offers delights that American tourists will appreciate. When Americans make this trio of attractions the core of their Toyko itineraries, they are sure to see some stunning sights.