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Select from thirty Tokyo sightseeing courses by area and theme!

This website introduces thirty courses that connect sightseeing spots in Tokyo.
On the page for each course under "Route," you will find an easy-to-read map that displays the course from start to finish, as well as accessibility information along the travel route, tips, and more.

"Route Details" include visitor information, accessibility information, locations and availability of restrooms, as well as travel tips for each location along the course.
Information on sightseeing spots located near each course is also provided.
Travelers are free to alter their course or shorten it depending on their physical condition, available time, or personal preferences.

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  • 虎ノ門

    Toranomon, Hibiya, Nagatacho

    Walk around the seat of gevernment and Mt. Atago.

    Wheelchair users can visit Atago-jinja Shrine, known for the steep 86 step “Staircase of Promotion”, via the elevator installed at the side. View the House of Councillors, The Natioal Diet of Japan, and the center of Japanese politics in the area surrounding Nagatacho.

    Details of Course Toranomon, Hibiya, Nagatacho

  • Hanzomon, Kudanshita

    Hanzomon, Kudanshita

    Experiencing the history of the Kitanomaru of Edo Castle, and museums

    A course from Hanzomon Station to Chidorigafuchi, and through Kitanomaru Park. Visit locations including the Science Museum, which was designed to widely diffuse and promote science technology and industrial technology of modern times and the near future, and SHOWA-KAN, which depicts the wartime and post-war days of the Showa era.

    Details of Course Hanzomon, Kudanshita

  • Ginza, Yurakucho

    Ginza, Yurakucho

    Freely visit antenna shops of Edo and various regions.

    After casually enjoying Kabuki culture and the Edo atmosphere, experience the flavors and crafts of various regions of Japan at antenna shops found around the Ginza/Yurakucho area. Department stores and other buildings provide good universal design facilities. Enjoy a worry-free stroll around Ginza.

    Details of Course Ginza, Yurakucho

  • Tsukiji, Tsukishima

    Tsukiji, Tsukishima

    Walk around enjoying the cuisine in the small streets of Tokyo

    Taste the local cuisine from Tsukiji including seafood, Tsukishima monja and tsukuda cooking. This course lets you learn about the Edo period by visiting the historic Tukijihonganji Temple or the Ishikawajima lighthouse rebuilt in Tsukuda park while you enjoy the local cuisine.

    Details of Course Tsukiji, Tsukishima

  • Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

    Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

    Experience the traditional handicrafts and mood of Edo

    Experience the living traditional handicrafts in the vicinity of Ningyocho and Kodenmacho in which the mood of O-Edo Nihombashi still remains. Enjoy walking through the streets of Amazake-Yokocho and see techniques continued from the Edo period in the "Edo-ya's collection of traditional natural-fiber handmade brushes", "Ozu Museum" or the Chuo City accredited "Chuo City Machikado Museum".

    Details of Course Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

  • Yushima, Ochanomizu

    Yushima, Ochanomizu

    Find Edo's guardian shrines and famed sites of learning

    Visit famed sites of learning dating back to the Edo period, sacred places such shrines and churches, and groups of universities in the educational zone, which dot the area from Yushima to Ochanomizu. This is a course that is perfect for knowing the present by learning about the past.

    Details of Course Yushima, Ochanomizu

  • 御徒町・秋葉原

    Okachimachi, Akihabara

    The anime town and underpass where one can see handicrafts

    The Underpass is special space utilization in Tokyo. Post-war electronics stores and recently renovated shopping facilities are expanding. See the varied handicrafts such as arts and crafts, subculture and cuisine.

    Details of Course Okachimachi, Akihabara

  • Korakuen

    Korakuen

    A famous Japanese garden from the Edo period and a city of entertainment

    The Bunkyo Civic Center Sky View Lounge commands a magnificent view across the skyscrapers of Shinjuku and even Mount Fuji. Enjoy Tokyo Dome City Attractions and the Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, after which the area is named.

    Details of Course Korakuen

  • Odaiba

    Odaiba

    Tokyo's sea and entertainment

    A tour around the Odaiba area, a relatively new tourist spot in Tokyo. Experience Tokyo's bay area from a different perspective: from the Yurikamome line, a water-bus that plys Tokyo Bay, and seaside parks.

    Details of Course Odaiba

  • Tokyo

    Tokyo

    The Imperial Palace & Marunouchi

    The Imperial Palace where Japan’s Emperor and Empress reside, the streets of Marunouchi lined with office buildings and fashionable high-rises, the facade of Tokyo Station standing restored to its historic glory…Welcome to the true heart of modern Tokyo.

    Details of Course Tokyo

  • Asakusa

    Asakusa

    Exploring Tokyo’s old Shitamachi district

    This neighborhood surrounding Sensoji Temple was the city’s most bustling district during the Edo period. From the Meiji era onward, it became Japan’s entertainment center with rows of theaters and cinemas. The atmosphere of old Tokyo remains strong here to this day.

    Details of Course Asakusa

  • Hamamatsucho-Asakusa

    Hamamatsucho, Asakusa

    Visit Tokyo Tower and feel the ocean breeze on a water bus ride to Asakusa

    Stroll through the grounds of Zojoji Temple and Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens, located in an area that served as the nerve center of old Edo, the former name of Tokyo. Afterwards, take a water bus up the Sumida River to Asakusa, historically a district for commoners. Enjoy touring some of Tokyo’s most famous sightseeing spots such as Tokyo Tower and Sensoji Temple.

    Details of Course Hamamatsucho, Asakusa

  • Ueno

    Ueno

    A cultural oasis

    With beautiful vistas that change with the seasons, Ueno Park is a cultural oasis, which is home to many museums. The Ueno Zoological Gardens are another one of Tokyo’s top destinations. It is also a great place to simply enjoy a leisurely stroll when the weather is nice.

    Details of Course Ueno

  • Ueno, Nihonbashi

    Ueno, Nihonbashi

    Exploring the culture of old Edo

    Dotted with museums and historical spots, Ueno Park is also famous for its cherry blossoms. Take a leisurely stroll through the park and immerse yourself in greenery. A short distance away, stately streetscapes stretch out before you in the Nihonbashi district, once the heart of Tokyo.

    Details of Course Ueno, Nihonbashi

  • Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

    Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

    Strolling through the temple town and shitamachi shopping streets of Yanesen

    The Yanesen area is popular among foreign visitors who like to take strolls throughout the streets. In addition to quaint temple towns, shopping areas, historic sites that can be found all around, and sundry shops, you can also stop by establishments such as restaurants.

    Details of Course Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

  • Ryogoku, Oshiage

    Ryogoku, Oshiage

    Exploring Tokyo’s past and present in Sumida

    The Sumida River was once the border between two great provinces, Shimosa and Musashi. During the Edo period, a unique culture centered on the merchant class flourished along its banks, and the rich atmosphere of old working-class Tokyo lingers here to this day. In recent years, the area has drawn attention as the home of TOKYO SKYTREE®.

    Details of Course Ryogoku, Oshiage

  • Fukagawa

    Fukagawa

    The temple town of refinement and humanity.

    Enjoy historic temples, shrines, and gardens as well as a downtown atmosphere while taking in a waterfront view of canals and rivers flowing in every direction. This is a course where you can fully enjoy the history and atmosphere of Oedo Fukagawa.

    Details of Course Fukagawa

  • Shinjuku

    Shinjuku

    Discovering the charms of Shinjuku from different perspectives—exploring the area on foot, on a bus, and from high above.

    This city sub-center is one of Japan’s busiest shopping and entertainment districts. On weekends, it is packed with shoppers and diners. From the beautiful greenery of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden to the towering skyscraper district to the west of the station, many different sides of Tokyo are on display here.

    Details of Course Shinjuku

  • Harajuku

    Harajuku

    A stroll through trendy urban neighborhoods and nature

    Yoyogi Park, Meiji Jingu Shrine, and several large stadiums and athletic fields are located on the west side of Harajuku Station. The Omotesando area, which stretches from the east side of the station to Aoyama-dori Avenue, is famous as a shopping district.

    Details of Course Harajuku

  • Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

    Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

    Drifting through the downtown streets on a Toden streetcar.

    Toden Arakawa Line is the only streetcar line remaining in Tokyo today. Take a leisurely trip from Sugamo to locations such as Asukayama and Arakawa Yuen while enjoying through a train window unchanged townscapes with a common appeal along the tracks.

    Details of Course Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

  • Kita-senju, Minami-senju

    Kita-senju, Minami-senju

    O-senju is on the old road to Nikko.

    Matuo Basho left on his "Oku-no-Hosomichi" from Daisenju. Senju, North East of Edo, was the first rest area on the road to Nikko. View the vestiges of this rest point town while following the temples, shrines and remnants of the Edo period dotted along the old road to Nikko.

    Details of Course Kita-senju, Minami-senju

  • Shibamata, Kameari

    Shibamata, Kameari

    Katsushika, an area with connections to the popular shitamachi characters Tora-san and Ryo-san

    Shibamata, Katsushika-ku was featured as the hometown of Tora-san, the main character in the “Otoko wa Tsurai yo” movie series. Kameari served as the model for the town where the adventures of Ryo-san, a police officer, unfold in the manga series "Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen-mae Hashutsujo" ("Kochikame"). As you tour these locations, you can enjoy the many faces of the area, including the approach to the shrine and the warm shopping street in front of the station.

    Details of Course Shibamata, Kameari

  • Shinagawa, Haneda

    Shinagawa, Haneda

    Compare the gateways to Edo and Tokyo.

    Shinagawa-shuku (post station), which was bustling with not only travlers but the people of Edo on outings as well, was the gateway to the Tokaido Road. The Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal, with world-class universal design, is Tokyo's gateway to the skies. Enjoy the culture of hospitality that has transcended space and time.

    Details of Course Shinagawa, Haneda

  • Setagaya

    Setagaya

    The Setagaya Line goes around the history of the area

    The Setagaya line is one of the remaining trams in Tokyo. Ride this line to take a look through the history of Setagaya ruled by the Ii family. There are many place to visit such as the important registered cultural asset, Setagaya Daikan Yashiki, Gotokuji Temple where the Maneki-neko (lucky cat) originated and the Shoin-jinja Shrine dedicated to great people at the end of the Edo period.

    Details of Course Setagaya

  • Mitaka-Kichijoji

    Mitaka, Kichijoji

    Exploring nature and culture in Musashino

    Part of the Tokyo suburb of Musashino City, the area between Mitaka and Kichijoji stations includes attractions such as Inokashira Park where Musashino’s lush natural beauty is preserved, as well as several historical landmarks loved by literary figures. The area around Kichijoji Station is popular with the young, trendy crowd.

    Details of Course Mitaka, Kichijoji

  • Mt. Takao

    Mt. Takao

    Exploring Tokyo’s great outdoors

    This picturesque area on the outskirts of Hachioji City runs along the border between Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. Its main attraction, Mount Takao, is accessible via cable car and chairlift, making it popular with families, etc. Enjoy the great outdoors in Tokyo’s Tama area.

    Details of Course Mt. Takao

  • Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

    Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

    Temples and the surrounding towns with links to Kitaro and the Shinsengumi

    Jindaiji Temple was adored by the creator of the "GeGeGe no Kitaro" manga series. Takahatafudo Temple is associated with the vice-commander of the Shinsengumi group, Toshizo Hijikata. The grounds of both temples are beautiful in all four seasons, and both temples have excellent approaches lined with shops. Jindai Botanical Gardens can be enjoyed regardless of the season or weather.

    Details of Course Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

  • Fuchu

    Fuchu

    Explore the history of Musashi no kuni

    Fuchu was the seat of the government, important in the 7th and 8th Century. This course is steeped in history. The approach to Okunitama-jinja Shrine is lined with Zelkova trees and dates back to the Heian period (794 - 1185), and is a designated Natural Monument.

    Details of Course Fuchu

  • Kunitachi

    Kunitachi

    Enjoy the seasons walking in Kunitachi

    Appreciate both the rural landscape and the academic city, overflowing with art and greenery, of Kunitachi. When walking along Kunitachi University Street, visit Yabotenmangu Shrine, the oldest tenmangu shrines in Kanto. Enjoy the nature of Yabo in Joyama park or Hake no Michi on this historical course.

    Details of Course Kunitachi

  • Koganei, Sayama

    Koganei, Sayama

    A Showa period townscape and the nature of Musashino

    See the Edo-Tokyo Open air Architectural Museum, where structures from the Edo to early Showa periods are relocated and preserved, and enjoy the nature of Musashino at Sayama Park. While learning about the history of Tokyo, which has grown and developed since the Meiji era, you can enjoy greenery and water, and get a feel for nostalgic architecture.

    Details of Course Koganei, Sayama

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  • 虎ノ門

    Toranomon, Hibiya, Nagatacho

    Walk around the seat of gevernment and Mt. Atago.

    Wheelchair users can visit Atago-jinja Shrine, known for the steep 86 step “Staircase of Promotion”, via the elevator installed at the side. View the House of Councillors, The Natioal Diet of Japan, and the center of Japanese politics in the area surrounding Nagatacho.

    Details of Course Toranomon, Hibiya, Nagatacho

  • Hanzomon, Kudanshita

    Hanzomon, Kudanshita

    Experiencing the history of the Kitanomaru of Edo Castle, and museums

    A course from Hanzomon Station to Chidorigafuchi, and through Kitanomaru Park. Visit locations including the Science Museum, which was designed to widely diffuse and promote science technology and industrial technology of modern times and the near future, and SHOWA-KAN, which depicts the wartime and post-war days of the Showa era.

    Details of Course Hanzomon, Kudanshita

  • Ginza, Yurakucho

    Ginza, Yurakucho

    Freely visit antenna shops of Edo and various regions.

    Experience the flavors and crafts of various regions at antenna shops spread throughout the Ginza/Yurakucho area after freely enjoying Kabuki culture and the Edo atmosphere. Excellent universal design facilities can be found at locations such as department stores. They offer worry-free strolls through the streets of Ginza.

    Details of Course Ginza, Yurakucho

  • Tsukiji, Tsukishima

    Tsukiji, Tsukishima

    Walk around enjoying the cuisine in the small streets of Tokyo

    Taste the local cuisine from Tsukiji including seafood, Tsukishima monja and tsukuda cooking. This course lets you learn about the Edo period by visiting the historic Tukijihonganji Temple or the Ishikawajima lighthouse rebuilt in Tsukuda park while you enjoy the local cuisine.

    Details of Course Tsukiji, Tsukishima

  • Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

    Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

    Experience the traditional handicrafts and mood of Edo

    Experience the living traditional handicrafts in the vicinity of Ningyocho and Kodemmacho in which the mood of O-Edo Nihombashi still remains. Enjoy walking through the streets of Amazake-yokocho and see techniques continued from the Edo period in the "Edo-ya's collection of traditional natural-fiber handmade brushes", "Ozu Museum" or the Chuo City accredited "Chuo City Machikado Museum".

    Details of Course Ningyocho, Kodemmacho

  • Yushima, Ochanomizu

    Yushima, Ochanomizu

    A spot for the local deities of Edo as well as academics.

    Visit academic districts such as those established in the Edo period between Yushima and Ochanomizu, holy places with shrines and churches, and areas dotted with universities. This is a course that is perfect for knowing the present by learning about the past.

    Details of Course Yushima, Ochanomizu

  • 御徒町・秋葉原

    Okachimachi, Akihabara

    The anime town and underpass where one can see handicrafts

    The Underpass is special space utilization in Tokyo. Post-war electronics stores and recently renovated shopping facilities are expanding. See the varied handicrafts such as arts and crafts, subculture and cuisine.

    Details of Course Okachimachi, Akihabara

  • Korakuen

    Korakuen

    A famous Japanese garden from the Edo period and a city of entertainment

    The Bunkyo Civic Center Sky View Lounge commands a magnificent view across the skyscrapers of Shinjuku and even Mount Fuji. Enjoy Tokyo Dome City Attractions and the Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, after which the area is named.

    Details of Course Korakuen

  • Odaiba

    Odaiba

    The waters of Tokyo and amusement.

    Visit the Odaiba area, which is a relatively new tourist spot in Tokyo. Experience the bay area of Tokyo upon shifting your perspective of it as it includes a view from the New Transit Yurikamome and a water-bus that runs across Tokyo Bay as well as a seaside park.

    Details of Course Odaiba

  • Tokyo

    Tokyo

    The Imperial Palace & Marunouchi

    The Imperial Palace where Japan’s Emperor and Empress reside, the streets of Marunouchi lined with office buildings and fashionable high-rises, the facade of Tokyo Station standing restored to its historic glory…Welcome to the true heart of modern Tokyo.

    Details of Course Tokyo

  • Asakusa

    Asakusa

    Exploring Tokyo’s old Shitamachi district

    This neighborhood surrounding Sensoji Temple was the city’s most bustling district during the Edo period. From the Meiji era onward, it became Japan’s entertainment center with rows of theaters and cinemas. The atmosphere of old Tokyo remains strong here to this day.

    Details of Course Asakusa

  • Hamamatsucho-Asakusa

    Hamamatsucho, Asakusa

    Visit Tokyo Tower and feel the ocean breeze on a water bus ride to Asakusa

    This course starts with a stroll through areas that served as the center of old Tokyo like Zojoji Temple and Kyu-Shiba-rikyu Gardens. Afterwards, take a water bus up the Sumida River to the former commoners’ district of Asakusa. Enjoy touring some of Tokyo’s most famous sightseeing spots like Tokyo Tower and Sensoji Temple as well.

    Details of Course Hamamatsucho, Asakusa

  • Ueno

    Ueno

    A cultural oasis

    With beautiful vistas that change with the seasons, Ueno Park is a cultural oasis home to many museums. The Ueno Zoological Gardens are another of Tokyo’s top destinations. Or, simply enjoy a leisurely stroll when the weather is nice.

    Details of Course Ueno

  • Ueno, Nihonbashi

    Ueno, Nihonbashi

    Exploring the culture of old Edo

    Dotted with museums and historical spots, Ueno Park is also famous for its cherry blossoms. Take a leisurely stroll through the park and immerse yourself in greenery. A short distance away, stately streetscapes stretch out before you in the Nihonbashi neighborhood, once Tokyo’s center.

    Details of Course Ueno, Nihonbashi

  • Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

    Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

    towns and downtown shopping area

    The Yanesen area is popular among foreign visitors who like to take strolls throughout the streets. In addition to quaint temple towns, shopping areas, historic sites that can be found all around, and sundry shops, you can also stop by establishments such as restaurants.

    Details of Course Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi

  • Ryogoku, Oshiage

    Ryogoku, Oshiage

    Exploring Tokyo’s past and present in Sumida

    The Sumida River was once the border between two great provinces, Shimosa and Musashi. During the Edo period, a unique culture centered on the merchant class flourished along its banks, and the rich atmosphere of old working-class Tokyo lingers here to this day. In recent years, the area has drawn attention as the home of TOKYO SKYTREE®.

    Details of Course Ryogoku, Oshiage

  • Fukagawa

    Fukagawa

    A sophisticated and warm temple town

    Enjoy historic temples, shrines, and gardens as well as an old Edo atmosphere while taking in the crisscrossing canals and rivers. This is a course where you can fully enjoy the history and atmosphere of Oedo Fukagawa.

    Details of Course Fukagawa

  • Shinjuku

    Shinjuku

    Discovering the charms of Shinjuku on a stroll, through the bus window, and from up above

    This metropolitan sub-center is also Japan’s most bustling entertainment district. On weekends, it is packed with shoppers and diners. From the beautiful greenery of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden to the towering skyscraper district to the west of the station, many different sides of Tokyo are on display here.

    Details of Course Shinjuku

  • Harajuku

    Harajuku

    A stroll through trendy urban neighborhoods and nature

    The west side of Harajuku Station contains Yoyogi Park and Meiji Jingu Shrine as well as several large stadiums and athletic fields, while the area around Omotesando stretching from the east side of the station to Aoyama-dori Avenue is famous as a fashion district.

    Details of Course Harajuku

  • Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

    Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

    A casual stroll through old Tokyo on a Toden streetcar.

    Toden Arakawa Line is the only Tokyo Metropolitan Government-operated streetcar line remaining in Tokyo today. Take a leisurely trip from Sugamo to Asukayama and Arakawa Yuen while enjoying the simple landscape along the line reminiscent of yesteryear.

    Details of Course Sugamo, Oji, Arakawa

  • Kita-senju, Minami-senju

    Kita-senju, Minami-senju

    O-senju is on the old road to Nikko.

    Matuo Basho left on his "Oku-no-Hosomichi" from Daisenju. Senju, North East of Edo, was the first rest area on the road to Nikko. View the vestiges of this rest point town while following the temples, shrines and remnants of the Edo period dotted along the old road to Nikko.

    Details of Course Kita-senju, Minami-senju

  • Shibamata, Kameari

    Shibamata, Kameari

    Katsushika, where the popular downtown characters Tora-san and Ryo-san originate from.

    Shibamata in Katsushika is where the movie series “Otokowa tsuraiyo” was set. Kameari is where the town in “Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen-mae Hashutsujo” is modeled after. When visiting associated locations, you can see the approach at the gate, the shopping areas with a deep sense of humanity in front of the train stations, and the distinct features of each of the towns.

    Details of Course Shibamata, Kameari

  • Shinagawa, Haneda

    Shinagawa, Haneda

    Compare the gateways to Edo and Tokyo.

    The Shinagawa post station, which was crowded not only with travelers but the common people of Edo as well, was the gateway to the Tokaido Road. The Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal, which has world-class universal design facilities, is the gateway to the skies of Tokyo. Enjoy the culture of hospitality that has crossed paths with itself transcending the realm of space and time.

    Details of Course Shinagawa, Haneda

  • Setagaya

    Setagaya

    The Setagaya Line goes around the history of the area

    The Setagaya line is one of the remaining trams in Tokyo. Ride this line to take a look through the history of Setagaya ruled by the Ii family. There are many place to visit such as the important registered cultural asset, Setagaya Daikan Yashiki, Gotokuji Temple where the Maneki-neko (lucky cat) originated and the Shoin-jinja Shrine dedicated to great people at the end of the Edo period.

    Details of Course Setagaya

  • Mitaka-Kichijoji

    Mitaka, Kichijoji

    Exploring nature and culture in Musashino

    Part of the Tokyo suburb of Musashino, the area between Mitaka Station and Kichijoji Station includes places like Inokashira Park where Musashino’s lush natural beauty is preserved, as well as several historical landmarks beloved by literary figures. The area around Kichijoji Station is popular with the young, trendy crowd.

    Details of Course Mitaka, Kichijoji

  • Mt. Takao

    Mt. Takao

    Exploring Tokyo’s great outdoors

    This picturesque area on the outskirts of Hachioji City runs along the border between Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. Its main attraction, Mount Takao, is accessible via cable car and chairlift, making it popular with families, etc. Enjoy the great outdoors in Tokyo’s outermost Tama region.

    Details of Course Mt. Takao

  • Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

    Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

    A temple and temple town associated with Kitaro and Shinsengumi.

    Jindaiji, which was adored by the creator of “GeGeGe no Kitaro”, and Takahatafudo, which is associated with the merciless vice-commander of Shinsengumi, Toshizo Hijikata. Both have beautiful grounds that change in expression during each of the four distinctive seasons as well as magnificent approaches. Jindai Botanical Gardens can be enjoyed in any season or weather.

    Details of Course Jindaiji, Takahatafudo

  • Fuchu

    Fuchu

    Explore the history of Musashi no kuni

    Fuchu was the seat of the government, important in the 7th and 8th Century. This course is steeped in history. The approach to Okunitama-jinja Shrine is lined with Zelkova trees and dates back to the Heian period (794 - 1185), and is a designated Natural Monument.

    Details of Course Fuchu

  • Kunitachi

    Kunitachi

    Enjoy the seasons walking in Kunitachi

    Appreciate both the rural landscape and the academic city, overflowing with art and greenery, of Kunitachi. When walking along Kunitachi University Street, visit Yabotenmangu Shrine, the oldest tenmangu shrines in Kanto. Enjoy the nature of Yabo in Joyama park or Hake no Michi on this historical course.

    Details of Course Kunitachi

  • Koganei, Sayama

    Koganei, Sayama

    The townscape of the Showa period and the nature of Musashino.

    See the Edo-Tokyo Open air Architectural Museum, which relocates and preserves structures from the Edo to Showa periods, and the nature of Musashino at Sayama Park. Here, you can experience vegetation and magnificent watery sights as well as retro structures while learning of the history of Tokyo, which has been developing and expanding since the Meiji period.

    Details of Course Koganei, Sayama

About this Website

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has released the 2018 version of the Tokyo Sightseeing Accessibility Guide to welcome the many tourists coming from all around Japan and the world, which include the elderly and the disabled, so that everyone can enjoy their sightseeing experience in Tokyo.
This guide has been created to offer barrier and barrier-free information on travelling routes in thirty courses that connect popular tourist spots in Tokyo, as well as tips on how to enjoy them while selecting and deciding by yourself based on this information.

Note 1:
This document has been created based on information as of February 2018.
Note 2:
The travelling time for the routes is estimated at 60 meters per minute.
Note 3:
It is recommended that you make preliminary confirmations of the information listed here by phone before your outing as there may be changes in the data.
Note 4:
Please note that we cannot be held responsible for any loss or injury that may be incurred due to this information.
Note 5:
Consumption tax is included in all listed fees as a general rule. Fees such as admission fees are those for adults unless stated otherwise.
Note 6:
It is recommended that visitors with physical disabilities make preliminary inquiries at facilities that they wish to visit such as through their websites. They might be offered discounts or exemptions from fees for the disabled, although the conditions for the presentation of physical disability certificates may differ.
Note 7:
As a general rule, holiday seasons such as the year-end and New Year's holidays, the Obon holiday break, and Golden Week are not listed.
Note 8:
As a general rule, the hours listed here are the opening and closing hours. Please note that the final time for admission listed here is generally from 30 minutes to 1 hour before closing time.
Note 9:
Please make confirmations with the transit agency you are travelling with before your outing as traffic information may change due to natural disasters or depending on the season.
Note 10:
Map information is the result of investigation from February 2017 to February 2018.
Note 11:
This map is based on the topographical map of 1:10,000 scale, issued by the Geographical Survey Institute with approval of the President of the Institute (Certificate #88, 2013 Kanshi)