What to Do on a Tokyo Cruise Port Stop
Attend a popular Kabuki dance-drama performance for a full Japanese experience.
Karaoke is very popular in Japan (where it originated) and singing ability doesn’t matter because it’s all about having fun and something you might want to try.
You’ll find the best sushi and so much more at the Toyosu Fish Market. Formerly the Tsukiji Fish Market, this famous market has been moved to a new facility in Eastern Tokyo where you can also buy unique Japanese kitchen supplies.
You’ll want to take pictures of Mount Fuji, which has remained a dormant volcano since it last erupted in 1707.
For amazing views you’ll want to visit the observation tower at Tokyo Skytree, Japan’s tallest structure.
The Edo-Tokyo museum is a fascinating museum of Tokyo’s Edo Period between 1603 and 1868.
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