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Spark Your Senses with These Three New Attractions in Tokyo

Read on to get to know the latest attractions in Tokyo that guarantee will keep your vacation exciting.

These destinations in Tokyo are ideal for both solo and group travellers.

Read on to get to know the latest attractions in Tokyo that guarantee will keep your vacation exciting.

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Have you heard? There are new, exciting attractions in Tokyo worth checking out and having fun at!

Despite the agonising challenges that the pandemic has brought to the world, Tokyo proves once again that it is the city that never stops progressing. The recent years saw it adds more crowd-pleasers to its already long list of exciting attractions, and we travellers, are definitely up for it!

Here’s a look at the three relatively new tourist attractions you should put in your itinerary for your next visit to Tokyo.

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1. ZUKAN MUSEUM GINZA

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: Zukan Museum Ginza
Zukan Museum Ginza

Who says learning needs to be boring? ZUKAN MUEUM GINZA is where you get to use all five senses while touring a series of digital recreations of habitats full of various animal species, based on the illustrated Shogakukan’s NEO encyclopaedia. So, be free, get inquisitive, and do not stand still while being in the place, as some of the animals in the projected videos create different kind of reactions based on visitors’ movements. Fun, right?

The museum has been operating since mid-July 2021, welcoming both curious children and adults especially those who love zoology.

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: Zukan Museum Ginza
Zukan Museum Ginza

Access: TOKYU PLAZA GINZA 6th Floor (Take the trains to Ginza Station, Hibiya Station or Yurakucho Station. The museum is only a short walk away from these stations.)

Admission Fees: Adults: 2,500 yen / Junior High School or High School Students : 1,700 yen / Primary School Students: 1,200 yen / Children: 900 yen  (*As of January, 2022)

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2. SMALL WORLDS TOKYO

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: SMALL WORLDS TOKYO
SMALL WORLDS TOKYO

Enjoy cute little things in the world’s largest indoor miniature theme park! Established since June 2020, SMALL WORLDS TOKYO presents impressively curated dioramas and minuscules split into six thematic area including SPACE CENTER, GLOBAL VILLAGE, and the world of EVANGELION, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. There are model trains, cars, ships, rockets, and even planes that take off and land for real!

Don’t forget to also watch closely at the miniature characters as all of them carry unique stories of their own. And to take the experience a notch higher, why not be an actual resident of one of these worlds yourself through the park’s ‘Figure Program with Residency Rights’? After getting your body scanned via a 3D scanner, you will get to place your miniature for an entire year.

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: SMALL WORLDS TOKYO
SMALL WORLDS TOKYO

Access: Take the train of Yurikamome Line to Ariake-Tennis-no-mori Station or Rinkai Line Kokusai-Tenjijo Station. The park is only a short walk away from these stations.

Admission Fees: Adults: 2,700 yen / Junior High School or High School Students: 1,900 yen / Children: 1,500 yen (*As of January, 2022)

3. HANA・BIYORI

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: HANA・BIYORI
HANA・BIYORI

If you love spending time admiring colourful blooms, then this is the perfect place for you! Next to Japan’s popular amusement park, Yomiuri Land, HANA・BIYORI is the modern botanical garden that has been operated since late March 2020.

Get ready to swoon over the countless beautiful flower chandeliers inside the 1,500 sq-meter greenhouse, greet the cute Asian small-clawed otters, experience the fascinating projection mapping show that incorporates both colourful flowers and lightings, and get your caffein fix at Japan’s first botanical garden Starbucks. On top of these, the garden is also one of the best places in the region to look at cherry blossoms when it’s in season!

Three New Attractions in Tokyo: HANA・BIYORI
HANA・BIYORI

Access: Take the train to Keio Yomiuri-land Station. From here, there’s a free shuttle bus service to reach the garden.

Admission Fees: Adults (Junior High School age and over): 1,200 yen / Senior (65 years old and up): 1,000 yen / Children (3 years old ~ Elementary School Students): 600 yen

*As of January, 2022

For further information about Tokyo tourism, please visit: https://tokyotokyo.jp/home/

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