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2 Chome-7-1 Hanedakuko,
Ota City, Tokyo 144-0041, Japan

Popular Places in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a vibrant and dynamic metropolis that offers a blend of modernity and tradition. If you're attending the EdInnovate 2024: Innovations in Education and e-Learning in Tokyo in July, you'll have the opportunity to explore various tourist attractions while experiencing the unique culture of Japan. Here are some reasons to visit Tokyo in July and a few tourist attractions to consider:

Cherry Blossoms & Azaleas at Mifuneyama Rakuen

Mifuneyama Rakuen is a park in Saga Prefecture and covers 150,000 squares meters. It is best to visit this place in the spring time when the cherry blossoms and azaleas are in full bloom. It is a colorful sight to behold that will leave anyone in awe.

Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Gardens

Kawachi Wisteria Garden (Kawachi Fujien) is a private garden in the wooded hills south of central Kitakyushu, famous for its spectacular displays of wisteria flowers. The garden is opened to the public seasonally during the wisteria season which usually peaks around late April to early May and during the maple leaf season in autumn.

Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

Visit the famous and long demanded Alpine Route in Japanese Alps. Requiring varying modes of transportation, this route takes you through mountains and valleys for some of the most scenic views in all of Japan.

Summer Festivals (Matsuri):

July is a month filled with traditional summer festivals in Tokyo. One notable festival is the Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival, where you can witness spectacular fireworks lighting up the sky over the Sumida River. The lively atmosphere, traditional performances, and vibrant yukata (summer kimono) worn by festival-goers make these events culturally enriching.

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea:

If you enjoy theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are must-visit attractions. July is a great time to experience the magic of these parks with various shows, parades, and special events, all while enjoying the unique Japanese twist on classic Disney entertainment.

Meiji Shrine:

Take a serene stroll through Meiji Shrine, located in Shibuya. The lush greenery and tranquil atmosphere provide a peaceful escape from the bustling city. The shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken and is surrounded by a beautiful forest.

Asakusa and Senso-ji Temple:

Explore the historic district of Asakusa, home to the iconic Senso-ji Temple. July brings a festive atmosphere to the area, and you can participate in traditional rituals, shop for souvenirs along Nakamise Street, and enjoy delicious street food.


This futuristic entertainment hub on a man-made island offers a mix of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Odaiba is known for its modern architecture, digital art installations like teamLab Borderless, and the iconic Rainbow Bridge.

Tsukiji Outer Market:

While the inner wholesale market has moved, the Tsukiji Outer Market remains a popular destination for seafood lovers. Enjoy fresh sushi and other Japanese delicacies from the numerous stalls and restaurants in the area.

Cultural Experiences:

Participate in traditional tea ceremonies, try on a yukata, or attend a calligraphy class. Tokyo offers various opportunities to immerse yourself in Japanese culture, providing a unique and enriching experience.
While Tokyo in July can be warm and humid, the vibrant atmosphere, cultural festivities, and the city's unique blend of tradition and modernity make it a compelling destination. Just be prepared for the summer weather by staying hydrated and taking advantage of the many indoor attractions Tokyo has to offer.