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Tokyo, Japan Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 404
Total Sleeping Rooms 69,702
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,479
Committable Meeting Rooms* 61
Convention Center Space 722,290 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 8,877 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate JPY 30,493
Average Daily Meal Cost JPY 25,439
Average Weekly Car Rental JPY 39,990
*Maximum for a single hotel

Tokyo, Japan Things to Do and Attractions

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Opened in 1995, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is the largest modern/contemporary art museum in the country, showcasing works created both in Japan and overseas since 1945. The museum's dramatic entryway is located adjacent to beautiful Kiba

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Tokyo National Museum

The impressive Tokyo National Museum showcases a vast collection of art and antiquities from Japan and other Asian countries, with a collection totaling about 116,000 objects, of which 87 are national treasures and 634 important cultural properties.

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Meiji Jingu Shrine

A Shinto shrine dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, the Meiji Jingu shrine in Shibuya-ku is among the most-visited religious sites in Japan. The shrine’s location in Yoyogi Park gives it a tranquil feel lined by large cedar trees.

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Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland, a sprawling theme park with seven themed lands, transports visitors to Adventureland, Westernland, Tomorrowland, Toontown, and other magical places. Many of the areas mirror the original Disneyland park, and feature a variety of

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Tokyo DisneySea

A 176-acre theme park at Tokyo Disneyland, the family-favorite Tokyo DisneySea is inspired by the myths and legends of the sea, and made up of seven ports of call, including Mermaid Lagoon, Mediterranean Harbor, and Arabian Coast. Visitors can take a

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo

Housing three million LEGO blocks under one roof, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo features such highlights as its Kingdom Quest interactive laser ride, 4D cinema, Miniland of iconic landmarks, and City Builder area, where guests can use their

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Tsukiji Fish Market

A famous wholesale market for fish, fruits, and vegetables, the busy Tsukiji Fish Market in central Tokyo is something to experience. Visitors frequent the market's restaurants and retail shops, as well as line up to get the chance to witness the

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Imperial Palace Gardens

Part of the inner palace, the beautiful Imperial Palace Gardens are open to the public. Visitors enjoy the site's wide open lawn and pretty Japanese garden, as well as the hidden-away teahouse and up-close views of the stones used to build the castle

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Hamarikyu

A public park at the mouth of the Sumida River in central Tokyo, Hamarikyu features a traditionally-styled garden, teahouse, and seawater ponds, which together serve as a stark contrast to the skyscrapers in the background. Visitors frequent the park

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Kabukiza Theater

The principal theater in Tokyo for the traditional kabuki drama form, the Kabukiza Theater is a vibrant, exciting entertainment space offering daily shows. Dating since 1899, the theater has been destroyed and rebuilt four times, and today features

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Shibuya Shopping District

Colorful and always entertaining, the Shibuya Shopping District around Shibuya Station is lined with impressive shops, dining, and entertainment, and serves as a center of fashion and cultural trends. The area is perhaps most easily recognized by its

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Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

A large concert hall in Ueno Park, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan is known for its spectacular acoustics and performances. The 2,303-seat Main Hall showcases opera, ballet, and large orchestral performances, while the 649-seat Recital Hall features chamber music

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Gonpachi Nishi-Azabo

This fine Japanese restaurant also serves as a major tourist spot, as it’s been used in many films and frequented by many celebrities – you’ll see a wall of celebrity photos when you enter the lantern-dotted dining room. Gonpachi Nishi-Azabo is open

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Maison Paul Bocuse

Serving elegant French cuisine in a sophisticated, warm space, Maison Paul Bocuse is known for its rich flavors and ambiance. Maison Paul Bocuse serves lunch Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 3:30 pm and dinner Tuesday through Sunday from 5:00 pm

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Akasaka Zipangu

Modern Japanese fare is the specialty at Akasaka Zipangu, as are spectacular views, as the restaurant is perched in the top floor of the Akasaka Excel Hotel Toyko. The restaurant serves dinner nightly from 5:00 pm to 10:30 pm. A number of private

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