Gems in Tokyo - Five Place in Tokyo for a Day Tour
Tokyo is the neighbor city from where I live even yet, I never tire out traveling in Tokyo and these are my favorite places to go.
Koreatown in Shin Okubo
For people who love k-pop, Korean food, and everything about Korea, you must visit this little Korean town in Tokyo. You don't have to travel outside the country just to experience being in Korea because Tokyo's Korea town will fulfill your dreams.
What I love most is that you can feel the Korean vibes while being here because of the k-pop music being played from most of the shops, there are also many Korean's who visits here, there are also Korean staff's who works at the restaurants and shops, can you imagine the Korean vibes already? Now you will understand what I mean when I say it is like being in Korea.
What I love most in this place is the food, there are many restaurants lining up to serve you Korean food which is awesome because I love Korean spice.
Access: The access to this place is not difficult. It takes a short walk from Okubo Station (JR Chuo Line) and Shin Okubo (JR Yamanote Line)
You have to go to one of the coolest buying department shops located in Odaiba.
It is designed to seem to be like a European village. It will make you truly experience like you have entered in Italy as soon as you step inside. The mall has a pretend sky in its ceiling that modifications into a day, noon, sundown, and at night time in the course of 1 hour, it should trick you into questioning the solar is placing on an hourly basis.
You can experience purchasing whilst beneath the Venetian themed interior. If it is your dream to go to Europe like me, then you ought to have a glimpse of your dream of Europe in this place.
You will additionally discover a big indoor fountain in the core of the mall. This region is recognized as Fountain Plaza and this is one of the most famous spots the place human beings take photos.
Access: Tokyo Teleport Station (7 mins walk from the station going to VenusFort)
This place is one of the most favorite spots for photographers, you will know why once you try to check this place.
Omoide Yokocho is a maze of slender alleys where you can find tiny eating Japanese places and open barbecue meals stalls.
The constructions are historical and normally run down but the meal stalls are very traditional. It is mostly crowded in here during dinner time because of Tokyo's office workers loosen up with a beer and a few sticks of yakitori poultry at the meals stalls.
I enjoy taking photos here because the stalls are one of a kind and it will give your photo a Japanese vibe.
Access: Shinjuku Station (3 min walk from the station)
While walking in the streets near Tokyo station, I saw restaurants under the train tracks, I was amazed because it is my first time to see that it is possible to have a restaurant under the train tracks.
Many of the eateries underneath the instruct tracks are proper izakaya or a Japanese bar and yakitori stalls, this is a place where you can find beer and some informal top eats. A wide range of dining places can vary and can be located there as well. Try eating here and have a unique experience.
Access: Yurakucho (JR Yamanote Line)
Ginza is one of the famous shopping sites for luxury where you can find brand names in fashion and cosmetics. If you are a lover for brand name fashion, this is a place for you.
I love going here in the evening because the lights reflect on the streets and sometimes you can find people playing musical instruments which will make your walk in the street of Ginza even more fascinating.
Hi! I am Sheryl, I am now living in Chiba, Japan the neighbor city of Tokyo. Im an adventurist who loves to explore places, learn new things and discover new cuisines. My passion includes writing, painting, fashion and travel.
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