Tokyo Itinerary 2 Days

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Recent Itineraries for 2 Days in Tokyo

Here are the recent itineraries by tourists who have visited Tokyo. Stop wondering what to do for 2 days in Tokyo as these trip plans will help you decide easily. Select any of the customised itineraries and modify it according to your preference to have a great weekend in Tokyo.

2 Days in Tokyo - Perfect Weekend Guide

A vibrant picture of all that is old and new, Tokyo is undoubtedly one of the best travel destinations in Japan. Temples and history, gardens and museums, this city gives you the complete picture of the lovely thongs of the country. You also have a wide range of fun activities to choose from during your 2 days in Tokyo. Plan well, and you would have had one of the best vacations of your life!

How to spend 2 days in Tokyo?

Day 1

This day is dedicated to the older parts of the city. The East side of Tokyo has some exceptional traditional sites which are perfect to begin with! Kitte Building, Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, and Tosho-gu Shrine are some more sites that you can include in your 2 days itinerary-Tokyo.


Famous for the temples that go back to an era from the past, Asakusa is a small district in Tokyo. The most famous temple of Sensoji is a major attraction, while some other temples too showcase traditional architecture and customs. This area also has a number of street food vendors, so, you can gorge on traditional snacks here too. A shopping street close by makes for a perfect souvenir collection experience.

Tokyo National Museum:

Established in the year 1872, Tokyo National Museum is the country’s oldest museum. With its main focus being on art and archaeology, it has many such artefacts from Asia that tell the story of Japan. It is the proud home to the 87 National Treasured of the country.

Imperial Palace East Garden:

Part of the palace area, Imperial Palace East Garden, is amongst the top tourist destinations in Tokyo. While the palace has been rebuilt, the ancient moats and some ruins add immensely to the decor of the garden as well as the palace. You can know more about the design of the old palace on your visit here.

Day 2

Giving you a tour of the modern Japan that we all know so well, let your second day be of exploration of museums and shrines, shopping malls and restaurants too! While in this area, make sure you stop by and pay your respects to the famous loyal friend, Hachiko.

Meiji Shrine:

Dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken, this shrine dates back to 1920. Using traditional architectural methods of copper and the likes, it is an exceptional example of the imperial shrines of Japan.

Nezu Museum:

Previously known as Nezu Institute of Fine Arts, Nezu Museum is the best art museum of the country. Asian art at its best, you can observe splendid artworks ranging from paintings and sculptures, to ceramic and textiles. Metal and woodwork are also part of its collection.

Roppongi District:

Known for its restaurants, it is also one of the best areas in Tokyo where you can enjoy the city’s nightlife. Vibrant and alive, the clubs and bars are fun, innovative and exciting!

Tours and Activities in Tokyo for 2 Days

Booking tours and tickets for popular attractions saves a lot of your time spent in a queue. Below are some of the tours and tickets recommended for 2 days in Tokyo

Best Hotels in Tokyo for 2 Day Trip

These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Tokyo itinerary 2 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

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