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What to do in Tokyo - Shibuya Crossing

Walk across the world-famous Shibuya Crossing

Walk across the world-famous Shibuya Crossing. Traffic lights in every direction turn red at the same time, and pedestrians surge into the intersection from all sides. Observe this strangely organised moment of utter chaos from the second-floor window of Starbucks in the Tsutaya mall.

What to do in Tokyo -  Visit a Sumo Stable

Visit a “beya” or sumo stable

Visit a “beya” or sumo stable during the sumo wrestlers’ early morning training sessions. If you happen to be in Tokyo in January, May or September, catch some grand tournament action at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo’s national sumo hall.

What to do in Tokyo - Meiji-Jingu

Pay your respects at Meiji Jingu

Pay your respects at Meiji Jingu, Tokyo’s most famous Shinto shrine, dedicated to the 19th century Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Bow as you enter the serene 72ha green oasis through the Torii gate that is made of wood from 1,500-year-old cypress.

Fiddle with Sony’s high-tech gizmos

Fiddle with Sony’s high-tech gizmos at the Sony Showroom. The first four floors of the impressive 11-storey Sony Building lets you get your hands on the latest products and you can even experience Kabuki in the new Sony 4K theatre.

Get an insider’s perspective on the city

Get an insider’s perspective on the city. The Tokyo Systematized Goodwill Guide Club comprises mostly students, housewives and retirees, volunteering their time and good cheer for free to take visitors around their city.

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