10 things to do in tokyo

Tokyo has a lot to offer visitors. Some of the best nightlife, dining experiences, and museums can be enjoyed by you.

There are a lot of fun things to do in Tokyo, even if you haven't seen the famous Shibuya crossing.

If you're going to Japan for the first time, I recommend you check out my tips for traveling to Japan, the best time to travel to Japan. Taking a look at my ultimate Tokyo travel guide and my Japan travel guide will give you a good idea of what to see.

Here are the top things to do in Tokyo (that aren’t Shibuya Crossing)!

There is a show at the Robot restaurant.

While you can pay more for a meal at the Robot Restaurant in Toyoko, the real attraction is the cabaret-style show that includes dancing, singing, and so many other things that you will only find in Japan.

It's important to take your time getting to your seat and have your camera ready for all the selfies. You can find more information about my visit here.

You can find things to do at night in Tokyo. There are a lot of bars in this area.

As you walk around the area, you will feel like you were in the 1950s.

Most bars open later at night and do not serve food, so make sure you grab a bite to eat before heading there.

Check out my Guide to Tokyo's Golden Gai and my Tokyo itinerary for more information on bar hopping.

Harajuku is a great place to watch and take in modern Japanese culture.

You can get your nails done at the shop. You can go to one of the many vintage shops or sit at a restaurant.

Yoyogi Park is the largest park in Tokyo and is located in the neighborhood.

The area has some of the most popular electronic stores, as well as an amusement ground for fans of the comic books. There are figurines, stuffed animals, books, and cosplay outfits in this district.

Ghibli Museum is one of the most popular things to do in Tokyo. There is a museum that shows the animation of Studio Ghibli

The director Hayao Miyazaki is known as the Walt Disney of Japan.

The process of making animation can be learned by visitors.

A room with the larger-than-life Cat Bus from the movie "My Neighbor Totoro" is one of the exhibits at the museum.

The ultimate Japanese dining experience

If you want to eat a kaiseki meal in Tokyo during lunch or dinner, you should look for a place that serves it.

Kaiseki is a dining experience that includes a traditional multi-course tasting meal of seasonal (and beautiful) ingredients.

Appetizers, a second course, seasonal sashimi, soup, grilled fish, a rice dish, and fruit or cake are included in the meal.

There are many different ramen shops in the city, so you will have to try a few. That's the cool part in my opinion.

There are many ramen shops that have vending machines.

You can use these machines to modify dishes. Food is not coming out of a ticket. The ticket can be taken to the kitchen.

If you want to try other dishes that you don't want to miss in Japan, you can check out local foods.

TOKYO, JAPAN Piss Alley Memory Lane

Visit Memory Lane

There are many restaurants and food stalls in Memory Lane.

When there were no toilet facilities after World War II, it was called Piss Alley. Don't worry, it's just a name now and is a lot cleaner.

Visitors can eat at one of the small restaurants that can hold a few people.

Tokyo Mario Kart

Bonus: Cosplay Go-Karting

Are you a fan of cosplay and go-karting? It's not a good idea to do both. The most unique thing to do in Tokyo is cosplay go-karting.

You can dress up as your favorite character and drive a go-kart. You can take a tour of the streets of Tokyo for an hour or two hours.

Did you ever go to Tokyo? What do you think are the best things to do in Tokyo? I would like to know in the comments.