Tokyo is Japan's most bustling metropolis and tourists will find almost unlimited shopping, dining, entertainment and history as they explore the city's distinct boroughs and districts. With a Tokyo timeshare, you'll be able to walk beneath blooming cherry blossom trees in spring, see the top attractions, and discover new and interesting sights on every trip.
Museums, shrines, and imperial buildings dominate walking and sightseeing tours of the city. You'll find several options for daytime sightseeing and this is a great way to spend your days in Tokyo, viewing places such as the Meiji Shrine and its surrounding forest and gardens, Sengakuji Temple, and the Imperial Palace, which has its guided tours through the gardens, Nijubashi Bridge, and interior tours. Some of the most popular museums include the National Museum of Nature and Science, the Tokyo National Museum, and the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, better known as the Miraikan.
Fascinating Culture and History
For families, a Tokyo timeshare vacation lets you and your children experience the cultural and historic avenues of Tokyo, but also the beautiful and sedate green spaces that you'll find throughout the city but more often at the city center. Ueno Park is the most popular of these, with its zoo providing a home for rare pandas, an aquarium, walking trails, museums, and the 17th-century Toshogu Shrine. Naturally, Tokyo Disney Resorts are another family favorite but its destinations can be as interesting and fun for adults as they are for kids.
If you want to see more of the city, the Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan and offers unique viewpoints from its observation points, going as far up as the 450-meter high glass walkway at the very top. If you are looking for nightlife, a meal at one of its restaurants will let you see the entire city lit up against the night. Theaters and shows are another way to fill the evening hours with Kabuki performances, music, dancing, and plays. And some districts, such as Shibuya and Shinjuku, thrive with shopping, dining, and entertainment at all hours of the day and night.
Best Time to Visit
The busiest time of year in Tokyo is from January through May. Summer and fall, by comparison, are relatively less crowded, although with so much going on year-round you'll notice only slight variations from one season to another. Festivals and events, such as the blossoming of the Cherry Blossom trees in early April, attract major crowds to those areas for a time.
With so many choices for food, drink, and entertainment, a Tokyo timeshare is a way to relax and enjoy your trip knowing that old favorites are just around the corner while new sights, sounds, and events are waiting to be seen.