Tokyo Neighborhood Guide
Electronic shops, arcades, maid cafes & Manga lovers paradise. If you love anything futuristic, anime or anything manga, then Akihabara is your new favorite neighborhood.
Posh living & high end fashion with a French feel. This is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Tokyo and it shows through it's endless salons and fashion houses.
Asakusa / Ueno
Loved by locals, this section brings old traditions to modern Tokyo. Can't miss spots include Senso-Ji Temple, one of Tokyo's oldest temples and the ever popular Ueno Park.
Ebisu / Daikanyama
Gardens and open air cafes with an European feel. Also home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and the Museum of Yebisu Beer, this neighorborhood is filled with style.
The streets of Ginza are lined with high fashion flagship stores, galleries and plenty of expensive wining and dining options. If you're looking to get all dolled up for cocktail hour, you might want to start in Ginza.
Probably the best known neighborhood in Tokyo, and for good reason. Tourists and locals flock to the streets of Harajuku to see and show off all the latest fashion trends.
Mega shopping district & one of the busiest commuter hubs in Tokyo. This is another popular neighborhood for Manga and Anime lovers.
Meguro / Nakameguro
Hip neighborhood filled with cherry blossoms in early Spring. This artsy and alternative neighborhood is filled with cute coffeeshops and small brewpubs.
Sky scrappers, embassies & Tokyo Tower. The Minato neighborhood is the business neighborhood of Tokyo.
Art museums, loved by tourists & great views of Tokyo Tower. Roppongi is home to the National Art Center and a many other art museums.
Loved by all, youthful feel & home to Shibuya crossing. One of the most popular neighborhoods in Tokyo, you can find something to do at all hours in Shibuya.
Bohemian neighborhood with tiny theatres & bars. If you're looking for a quieter, artsy scene, then Shimokitazawa might be your new favorite hood.
Robot Restaurant & a piece of nightlight for everyone. If you are looking for the futuristic, unique, or things your friends won't believe back home, then make your way to Shinjuku. In the heart of Shinjuku is Kabukicho, the redlight district of Tokyo.
Early mornings at the world's largest fish market. Want to eat the freshest sushi in the world? Make your way to the market. The fish auctions begin at 4am.