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  • Takeshitadori Street

    To spot the Harajuku girls, stroll along this pereptually crowded, store-lined street. More
  • Tanaka

    Most tourists come to Kappabashi (Tokyo’s “Kitchen Town”) to pick up plastic sushi key chains and refrigerator magnets, but the real find is the wo... More
  • Tasaki Shinju

    International Japanese jewelry chain Tasaki Shinju specializes in pieces made from high-quality pearls. Browse the carefully curated collection of ... More
  • Taste of Culture Culinary Programs and Tours

  • The New York Bar

    Floor-to-ceiling windows and a 52nd-floor location give the New York Bar some of the best views in the city. You might recognize the slick, expansi... More
  • Tobu-Ikebukuro

    One of Japan's largest department stores (also one of the world's largest), Tobu is located atop the Ikebukuro subway station, with 15 stories abov... More
  • Togo Antique Market

    A lack of Japanese language skills is no barrier to enjoying this terrific market on the grounds of the Togo Shrine—just bring pad and pen, and neg... More
  • Tokyo City View

    The Tokyo City View observation deck has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide panoramic views of Tokyo Tower, Haneda Airport, Mount Fuji, the isla... More
  • Tokyo Disney Resort

    The first Disney resort to be built outside the US, Tokyo Disney Resort receives more annual visitors than any of Disney's other international loca... More
  • Tokyo Hipsters Club

    The concept behind Harajuku's Toyko Hipster's Club is that cutting-edge is a lifestyle, manifested across a range of products from clothes to books... More
  • Tokyo National Museum

    The Tokyo National Museum in Ueno Park is the largest repository of Japanese art and artifacts in the world, with collections spanning thousands of... More
  • Tokyo Sweets Factory

    A cross between a French patisserie and an American cupcake shop, Tokyo Sweets Factory is located on the basement level of a Jiyugaoka office build... More
  • Tokyu Hands

    With everything from hardware to hobby, craft, and office supplies, even sushi-making supplies and lunch boxes, Tokyu Hands is a uniquely Japanese ... More
  • Tsukiji

    Operating here since 1935, the world’s largest fish market is a sight to be seen and experienced. The jonai (inner market) area for wholesale fish ... More
  • Tsukishima Station

    The neighborhood of Tsukishima, on a man-made island of the same name, is an off-the-beaten-tourist-path destination for local food. It’s no secret... More

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