Deciding what to do and see in Tokyo depends on how much time you have—and for your sake, we hope you have a month. Tokyo has more than enough going on to put you in a tizzy, so a few words of advice: Arrive with a game plan and prepare to get a bit lost along the way, in a good way. Here, the very best things to do in Tokyo. Editors note: Given the changing nature of the COVID pandemic, the hours and accessibility of many places are fluid and subject to change. Make sure to contact them before visiting.
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Japan is one of the world's best hiking destinations. Forests, mountains, wilderness, wildlife - hiking in Japan has it all. Read on for our choice of the 11 best routes out there. Photo Credit: Robert Kroos via Flickr cc. Yet, one thing is certain—hiking in Japan is some of the best in the world. Whether you want to stay relatively close to the cities or push out into the wild, tackle a volcano or follow a sacred pilgrimage, our list of 11 of the very best hiking routes should be able to help you out.
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But all of this comes at a price. The Space Hostel Tokyo is only a 3-minute walk from a train station, which means you can get basically anywhere you want to go once you learn the rail system. This Tokyo hostel is also uniquely Japanese.
The town of Niseko is one of the jewels in the crown of Hokkaido and sits at the bottom of the impressive Mount Yotei which is now a dormant volcano. As well as providing great hiking opportunities, Mount Yotei offers stunning vistas across Niseko, and you can also check out other top spots like the idyllic Shiribetsu River which has the claim to fame of being one of the prettiest rivers in Japan. This means that Niseko is truly one of the best places to come in Hokkaido if you want to check out some unparalleled scenery and you will find a huge amount to enjoy here in both the winter and the summer season. The reason for this is that the snow here has a very low moisture content meaning that it is made up of crisp powder that is perfect for downhill skiing.