8 days discovering
11AM: B-Side Label
This sticker shop is the best place to get souvenirs for your friends. Keep your eye open for this shop in the heart of Harajuku.
11AM: Imperial Palace
This is the residence of the Emperor of Japan. Visitors are welcome to stroll the many gardens surrounding the palace.
2PM: Cherry Blossoms
Shinjuku Gyoen is one of the best gardens in Tokyo to see the Cherry Blossoms. Check them out before they fade!
10AM: The Roastery
This cafe is located in hip Harajuku. It's even styled similarly to Intelligentsia. Come here for some quality coffee & free internet.
2PM: Harajuku Gyoza
Cheap & oh so, delicious dumplings. Don't fear the line, it goes quickly. Order the cucumbers, trust me.
10AM: Cafe Kitsuné
This chic cafe has fast wifi & lots of space to work. Collect your thoughts from the last few days while sipping iced coffee.
2PM: Robot Sushi
Forget conveyor belt sushi, robot sushi has arrived. Order from touch screen, sushi is shot out & stops right in front of your seat.
8AM: Tsukiji fish market
Restaurants line the market, making it the freshest food you'll ever eat. Adventurous? The line for the fish auction begins at 2am.
11AM: Deus Ex Machina
Deus is a mixture of coffee, surfing & motorcycles located in the heart of Harajuku. Come here for a caffeine and creative boost.
11AM: Sensō-ji Temple
This ancient Buddhist temple was founded in 628, making it Tokyo's oldest temple & one of its most significant.
5PM: Tokyu Hands
Floor after floor of gifts, crafts & DIY galore. With multiple locations around Tokyo, this is the perfect store to pick up souvenirs.
10AM: Tokyo National Museum
TNM is the largest art museum in Japan and one of the largest art museums in the world including paintings, calligraphy, sculpture, decorative arts, and archaeology.
4PM: Sky Tree
Officially the tallest structure in Japan, the sky tree has stunning views of the city. It includes a restaurant, so take your time, enjoy to food & soak in the views.