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Begin each of your days in the bustling national capital of Japan in Harajuku, a nice local area found 5 kilometres to the west of central Tokyo.
So many of the attractions in the Tokyo area are immediately recognisable and those at the front and centre are the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple.
Spending time in Harajuku? It's worth taking the time to visit Meiji Jingu Shrine.
When it's convenient to stay in the neighbourhood after checking out the Mori Art Museum, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, The Westin Tokyo and InterContinental ANA Tokyo are each reccommended choices.
Visit Hikawa Shrine, a well-known landmark where you can gain a better understanding of the local culture. Check the rates at The Peninsula Tokyo and Conrad Tokyo to stay close by. Akasaka Palace is a glorious palace, noted for its stately architecture as well as its rich past. The Hotel New Otani Tokyo, The Main and The Prince Park Tower Tokyo are your best choices for this attraction.
Have trouble facing the day without a morning coffee? You'll be happy to know Harajuku boasts some great cafes. Royal Garden Cafe Aoyama is a local favourite, offering a variety of steamy drinks and tempting treats. Sightseeing can certainly wear you out. Fortunately, Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu dishes up delectable meals that'll be sure to satisfy even the most empty-stomached travellers. Have you ever noticed that you tend to get thirsty as the sun sets? A few hard-earned beers at Blue Note Tokyo is the perfect way to finish off a long and fulfilling day.
If you're ready to escape the daily grind and start exploring, Wotif will help you sort it out, from accommodations to activities.
Hotels in Harajuku start at AU$101 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.