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4.5/5Wonderful!(750 area reviews)
This vibrant area in southwest Tokyo has the best of the city’s skyline, trendy restaurants, the busiest train station in the world and the most beautiful gardens.
5/5Exceptional!(173 area reviews)
Step from Tokyo’s busiest train station into streets filled with endless shopping and dining options and the largest concentration of “love hotels” in the city.
4.5/5Wonderful!(100 area reviews)
Named after a silver-coin mint, this district has a long association with affluence. Today it’s where you’ll find some of Japan’s most upmarket labels, restaurants and galleries.
4.5/5Wonderful!(71 area reviews)
This small area, located in Urayasu just outside of Tokyo, is best known as the gateway to Japan’s wildly popular Tokyo Disney Resort.
5/5Exceptional!(47 area reviews)
Follow the footsteps of centuries of worshippers along a street filled with traditional snack stalls and through the gates of one of Tokyo’s most popular temples.
Reviewed on 28 Mar. 2020
Home to a whopping 37 million people, Japan's capital city of Tokyo is an incredible metropolis teeming with culture, attractions, and amazing cuisine. Tokyo is the largest city on Honshu, the biggest island in the Sea of Japan. Encompassing both old and new, Tokyo is a melting pot of ancient civilisation and tradition as well as high-tech, contemporary lifestyles. The best place to start a holiday in Tokyo is with a visit to the centre of the city, called Chiyoda, where you'll find major historic attractions like the Imperial Palace, the Kanda Shrine, and the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art. For night owls, Shinjuku is the place to be, as this part of the city boasts countless restaurants, bars, clubs, and late-night karaoke centres. Shoppers will delight in Harajuku, home to amazing street fashion, endless boutique shops, and the famed Meiji Shrine. For an unforgettable experience, get up early and head to the Tsukiji Fish Market, where enormous fish are auctioned off at dawn each morning to the city's best sushi restaurants. If it is cuisine you're after, try the basement food halls in any mall, which are called depachika, for regional specialties, or visit one of the high-end sushi restaurants in Ginza, where expert chefs serve you the freshest seafood available.
In a city the size of Tokyo, there is no shortage of accommodation to choose from. Here at Expedia.co.nz, we offer a range of Tokyo hotels found in virtually every district of the city and at never every price point. We offer family-friendly hotels in Tokyo that put you in safe neighbourhoods within walking distance of major attractions. For late-night arrivals or early-morning departures, you can also secure a fantastic deal on a Tokyo airport hotel. Cheap motels are found right in Shinjuku as well as in suburbs like Setagaya, or you could opt for upscale resorts close to the Imperial Palace.
There are several airports in Tokyo, but the busiest for international visitors is Narita Airport (NRT), which is approximately 45 miles north of Tokyo's city centre. To get from the airport to your choice of Tokyo accommodation, you can opt for direct train service in under an hour or a taxi. For those eager to explore beyond the heart of the city, car rentals in Tokyo are also available at the airport. Popular times to visit Tokyo include March and April, when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, and between September and November, which boasts mild temperatures perfect for exploring the city comfortably on foot.
At Expedia.co.nz, we go the extra mile to deliver deals on Tokyo accommodation that will add value to your holiday without blowing your travel budget. You'll be able to snag excellent deals on hotels just steps from a subway station, which puts you in a prime position to explore the entire city, or one just a short drive from the airport. You can check in at a budget hotel designed to keep costs low for your trip, or you can revel in a luxurious resort offering pampering and upscale amenities. Pair your accommodation of choice with airfare and even car rentals to plan your entire holiday with a few clicks of the mouse. Prepare for the cultural experience of a lifetime and head to the bustling Japanese metropolis of Tokyo.