Tokyo is an extremely popular holiday destination, with tourists from all over the world, as it has much to offer visitors. If you are planning a trip to Japan, you may wish to visit Tokyo to experience the range of attractions there. Tokyo is Japan’s Capital City. It is the perfect example of a 21st Century Japanese city.

TravelUp Reviews: Tourist attractions in Popular Holiday Destinations

TravelUp Reviews Tokyo Metropolis

There are more people living in this city, than in any other city this size, in the world. It fulfils all of a traveller’s expectations, with an extensive choice of: restaurants, entertainment, culture and shopping facilities to explore.

TravelUp Reviews Central Tokyo

Imperial Palace

The amazingly beautiful Imperial Palace is home to the Japanese Imperial Family. It is only a short walk away from the station. The palace was completely destroyed during the Second World War. Since the war ended it has been rebuilt, as it stands today.  A large park with trees surrounds the building. The palace is complete with defensive moats encircling it.

Koishikawa KorakuenKoishikawa Korakuen TravelUp Reviews

Koishikawa Korakuen is a tranquil, landscaped garden, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of the busy city. It is among the oldest Japanese gardens in Tokyo. The garden dates back to the 1600’s when it was created. During November and December, Koishikawa Korakuen is full of autumn hues of burnished reds and golds. These appear due to the maple trees planted here.

Western Tokyo


Shibuya is most popular among the young. The Youth Fashion and Culture Centre, is situated in this location. There are many opportunities to shop and buy clothes in this area. This district also offers: clubs, restaurants and nightlife to enjoy until the early hours.

Northern Tokyo

Sensoji Temple TravelUp ReviewsSensoji Temple

This temple is particularly memorable and attractive as it is colourful and vibrant. It is truly a sight worth seeing. This astonishing attraction is located in Asakusa, in the Northern part of the city. Sensoji Temple has to be seen to be believed. It was built in 645 AD and is the oldest standing temple in the city today.