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Best things to do in Tokyo

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Museum
“A lot of train model and got a chance to operate a train! (entrance fee: 210 yen for adult and 100 yen for child) ”
6 locals recommend
Diner
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2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“A store of Chinese noodles in the platinum "hope house". The store of Chinese noodles where it's open 24 hours and full of Showa sense. Back fat, and soy sauce flavor enough soup is different from the appearance, and which is simple, I often involve the medium bold straight noodles done boringly, volume perfection. The inside where it's also the mouth that offered tea is jasmine tea unusually, light.”
12 locals recommend
Department Store
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“Matsuzakaya Ueno: recommended for souvenirs with quality. 1F sweets for gifts 7F ceramics , lacquer wares”
6 locals recommend
Colloquial Area
“This is another local favorite. Unlike Shibuya or Shinjuku, Kichijoji has everything you need, but in a smaller scale. It's an easy-to-walk commercial district. ”
13 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 4
“Famous for Cheese Cake shop. You can enjoy 5 different DELICIOUS cheesecakes here.”
11 locals recommend
Establishment
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“This is a Ramen restaurant, very famous in Tokyo. The chef is nice and unique guy. He loves Rock music.”
5 locals recommend
Udon Restaurant
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“Very popular traditional Udon noodles restaurant especially for tourists! It's in the neighborhood,it has long line as always!”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“The beach is accessed by boat from the nearby beach, takes about 2 minutes on water, but lines can be very long. It is the one of most beautiful for snorkeling in Japan.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Unaju is a dish that the eel is sliced open, brushed with a salty sweet sauce, broiled and finally served on a hot cooked rice.”
14 locals recommend
Café
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“A landmark market in a covered arcade is where the locals shop for fresh fish, meat, vegetables, pickles and more. In addition to fresh and prepared foods, some shops sell bentō and have lunch counters. It's one block east of Sakai-suji, about 10 minutes' walk from central Namba. ”
9 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
3 locals recommend
Okonomiyaki Restaurant
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“Okonomiyaki "legend" since 1937. I love Osomeyaki, Shuumaiten and Ankomaki, highly recommend.”
6 locals recommend
Establishment
“Shinjuku Station, with 12 rail transit lines, provides you easy mobility to anywhere in Japan.”
4 locals recommend
Lodging
“Crystal clear water and white powder sand! On summer time, easy food and rental parasol, float are available.”
1 local recommends