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1. Nonstop Flights to Haneda, Tokyo
There are plenty of non-stop flights to Haneda from the US, all available on major carriers. You can choose from 9 non-stop flights daily from Los Angeles, 5 each from New York City and Chicago, 4 from San Francisco and 3 from Seattle. The flights last roughly 11.5 hours and tickets usually cost $1100-1300, one way.
2. Direct Flights to Haneda
San Francisco and Los Angeles offer numerous direct flights to Haneda on a daily basis. These flights usually have a layover in Taipei or Portland. Depending on the layover and origin city you choose, your travel time can vary from 13 to 20 hours and ticket costs can range between $800-1000.
For the best outdoor experience, book your flights to Haneda during Fall (September to November) or Spring (March to May). Temperature in the fall and spring seasons remains between 49 and 81 °F (9-27 °C) and 41 and 73 °F (5-23 °C) respectively. Both the seasons offer vistas swathed in different color themes (orange in Fall and pink in Spring), making these seasons popular with the tourists. Frigid winters generally keep tourists away. Keep an eye out for deals on last minute flights to Haneda to make your vacation even more satisfying.
Visit Senso-ji for the ultimate dose of Japanese grandness in temples and worship. This is the most-visited temple in Tokyo, dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy. Notice the beautiful sculptures of various gods, goddesses and mythical creatures adorning the temple gateway. The temple stands since the mid-16th century and is a rare piece of genuine Edo architecture.
2. Tokyo Disneyland
This Disney-themed amusement park in Tokyo is the first such park outside of the USA. Opened in 1983, Tokyo Disneyland consists of seven themed areas – World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown and Tomorrowland. The park can either be reached directly by boarding the Disney Monorail or you can choose to take a few minutes’ walk from Maihama Station.
Dedicated to the Emperor and Empress Meiji and Shoken, this shrine, secreted away in a dense wooded grove, is Tokyo’s grandest tribute to Shintoism. It is actually known to have survived numerous air-raids. Notice its traditional construction in cypress wood and finishing with copper-plating on the roof. You’ll also find interesting charms and prayers in adjoining stalls.
4. Tokyo National Museum
This museum deserves an entire day of exploration, because there is so much to see here it will blow your mind. The place overflows with all sorts of Japanese arts, crafts, historical artefacts and collectibles, traditional dresses and fabrics, treasures and other items of national importance. You’ll even find Samurai swords and armor here!
Butagumi is a Japanese cutlet heaven. Chefs here serve up a storm with deliciously cooked meats encrusted with crispy, tasty, flavorful bread. Enjoy the distinct-but-subtle flavors of mirin, soy sauce and sake in the deep-fried cutlets stuffed with poultry, pork or seafood and accompanied with heaps of fresh, sliced cabbage (or kimchi) on the side.
Cost of dishes on menu: $13-$35
Customer Rating* (Google): 4.4/5.0
2. Sushi Saito
What is a visit to Japan without trying out sushi? Visit this three-Michelin star restaurant to get the authentic sushi experience, right from the hands of Takashi Saito, the highly celebrated and acclaimed sushi master of Japan. His restaurant also features an intimate, nine-seat counter where you can watch him work. Book in advance to get a table.
Cost of dishes on menu: $150+
Customer Rating* (Google): 4.5/5.0
3. Gen Yamamoto
Experience the consciousness-transcending tastes and potency of the celebrated cocktail master, Gen Yamamoto, in his in this cozy salon of his namesake. Taste native Japanese alcohols and intoxicants in the masterfully paired flavors in his cocktails. You can also order delicious bites on the side with so much to get drunk on!
Cost of cocktails on menu: $35-53
Customer Rating* (Google): 4.6/5.0
4. Tapas Molecular Bar
Enjoy the best of molecular cuisine at the cutting edge of culinary innovation, right here in the heart of Tokyo. Watch the talented chefs at this Michelin star restaurant prepare a huge array of bite sized delicacies for you to enjoy, right in front of your eyes.
Cost of cocktails on menu: $120-160
Customer Rating: 4.7 stars (Google)
Akihabara is known across the globe to be Japan’s biggest electronics market. Additionally, this area also runs a parallel underground market of geek-goods – gaming and anime props, mangas (Japanese comics) and much more; in fact, Akihabara is almost infamous for its thriving geek culture and market.
Tokyo houses this enormous shopping district, perhaps one of the most popular ones in Japan, and showcases it in flair. Shop big-name Japanese brands in the many streets of Ginza, surrounded by modern buildings and shiny, glass-faced showrooms. You can actually find some of the good Japanese fast-fashion brands here.
Shinjuku is the busiest station in Japan, and it offers a wide variety of wares for the tourists to shop. This is perhaps the best place you can shop at to get the genuine Japanese shopping experience – all because the locals come here for their needs as well. Find everything from souvenirs to daily-needs in Shinjuku. Some of the better-known department stores here are ISETAN, Takashimaya and Keio.
4. Shibuya and Harajuku
Both these places are well-known to tourists and are connected. Look for the Center Gay shopping street in Shibuya to shop for some of the globally known international brands, like ZARA and Forever 21. In Harajuku, navigate to the Takeshita street for mid-range shopping and boutique-style stores, selling local items and handcrafted goods.
1. Conrad Tokyo
Choose Conrad for a luxurious 5 star stay in Tokyo. A tastefully decorated gallery welcomes you in as you enter the hotel. Nearby is the Tokyo Bay adjoining the Hamarikyu Garden – great places for tourists to explore.
Location: Higashishinbashi, Minato
Distance from airport: 14.6 km by road from Haneda Airport
Guest rating* (booking.com): 9/10
Rental (booking.com): $545 (2 pax/night)
2. The Strings
Boasting a stunning interior design, The Strings welcomes its guests on a 26th-floor reception with an atrium seven stories high! This 5 star hotel is located near Shinkansen and Shinagawa train station and lets you explore the famous Nikon Museum nearby.
Location: Shinagawa East One Tower
Distance from airport: 11.4 km by road from Haneda Airport
Guest rating* (booking.com): 8.9/10.0
Rental (booking.com): $320 (2 pax/night)
Sadachiyo is an Edo-era style traditional ryokan equipped with modern amenities. Senso-ji temple is located half a kilometer from this hotel. Experience this 3 star hotel that looks like it has time-travelled a thousand years from the past.
Location: Asakusa, Taitō
Distance from airport: 22.5 km by road from Haneda Airport
Guest rating* (booking.com): 9/10
Rental (booking.com): $126 per night
4. The Claska
This is the only boutique-style hotel in Tokyo and offers facilities akin to a 4 star space. This artful building is the remodeling and preservation of an old, run-down business inn. You can visit the banks of Meguro River nearby for Cherry Blossom viewing.
Location: Chuocho, Meguro
Distance from airport: 15.9 km by road from Haneda Airport
Guest rating* (booking.com): 8/10
Rental: (booking.com): $265 (2 pax/night)
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