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A wonderful spot for photos, the mammoth entrance gates (torii), rising 40 feet high, are made from 1,700-year-old cypress trees from Mt. Ari in Taiwan. — Fodor's
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The special thing about Hamarikyu-teien Garden ... is its pond, whose water level fluctuates with the tide. — Michelin Guide
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The national museum of Japan has a spectacular collection of Japanese art, but the displays can be on the old-fashioned side. — Concierge
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A magical place that lets you play in and explore the world of Studio Ghibli.  — Atlas Obscura
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This modern museum has spaces that rotate between displays of contemporary art from its own collection and special exhibitions...if you need a break while here, there are a café and a restauran — Fodor's
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The real glory of Tosho-gu is its so-called Chinese Gate, at the end of the building, and the fence on either side that has intricate carvings of birds, animals, fish, and shells of every description. — Fodor's
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MOMAT's extensive collection is mainly built around Japanese modern art from 1900 to 1960. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Though Shinjuku-gyōen was designed as an imperial retreat (completed 1906), it’s now definitively a park for everyone. — Lonely Planet
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One landmark in Tokyo that is, quite literally, impossible to miss is Tokyo Skytree. — The Telegraph
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Reopened in 2014 after years of renovation, the museum houses the most famous works of local sculptor Fumio Asakura. — Fodor's
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Japanese society in the days of the Tokugawa shoguns was rigidly stratified. Some 80% of the city's land was allotted to the warrior class, temples, and shrines. — Fodor's
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The three-story cylindrical complex of this aquarium houses more than 540 species of fish and other sea creatures within three different areas. — Fodor's
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Mt Takao, located in the city of Hachioji (just outside Tokyo), peaks at almost 600m. — Michelin Guide
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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This postmodern masterpiece, the work of Uruguay-born American architect Raphael Viñoly, is the first major convention and art center of its kind in Tokyo. — Fodor's
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The district of Yanaka has remained miraculously untouched by natural and man-made disasters. — Michelin Guide
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Tokyo's first public park, Ueno Park took over what was once the sacred temple grounds of Kan'ei-ji Temple, no longer standing after being destroyed in the Boshin War in 1868. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Situated in a Showa-period former residence, this is one of the original champions of contemporary art in Japan. — Travel + Leisure
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