In spring and summer, the clover tunnel at Mukojima Hyakkaen creates the perfect natural frame. Meanwhile, the garden’s Japanese style, decor and tearooms add a traditional touch.
At any time in the day, visitors can be seen waiting at the curb of Shibuya‘s famous scramble, waiting for the perfect moment to snap a pic.
The Todoroki Ravine Park southwest of central Tokyo is a rare pocket of unspoiled nature and makes for beautiful Instagram shots.
The mirror lined entrance to Tokyu Plaza in Omotesando makes an interesting backdrop, but the district is home to plenty of other unique architectural marvels, as well.
Takeshita Street in Harajuku is the neighborhood’s most well known attraction. Always busy, the street is full of interesting shops, trendy cafes and boundless energy.
The orange torii gates of Ueno Toshogu will keep you satisfied until you can make the trip out to Kyoto, but there’s so much more to this beautiful shrine than that.
The antique buildings of Golden Gai are most beautiful at night.
The Meguro River makes for beautiful photography, particularly in spring when the cherry blossoms lining the banks are in full bloom.
Rikugien is a traditional Japanese strolling garden. With ponds, artfully arranged boulders and seasonal light-ups, it’s one of Tokyo’s most picturesque nature scenes at any time of the year.
Tech lovers and manga otaku will love Akihabara for its bright neon signs, eye catching billboards and costumed ladies trying to attract customers into the cafes.