Tokyo Itinerary 7 Days

Popular Itineraries for a Week in Tokyo

Recently Made Itineraries for 7 Days in Tokyo

Check out the recently made itineraries for 7 days in Tokyo. The itineraries will help you effectively cover all the worth-visiting attractions. You can plan your activities, visits, and accommodations with the help of these.

Tokyo Itinerary 7 Days: Overview

Japan’s capital Tokyo has a world of options for you to discover. Right from city’s temples and shrines to shopping districts, food or sake tours to must see landmarks, massive parks & gardens to bustling markets, Tokyo is a perfect travel destination.

If you have 7 days in Tokyo, here are a few things that you can touch up on.

Top things to do in Tokyo

Join more than 10,000 sumo fans and watch a match at Kokugikan Sumo Stadium & Museum. As one of the top things to do in Tokyo, do not give this a miss. The world’s largest wholesale fish and seafood market is located right here in Tokyo - the Tsukiji Fish Market. Also visit the Imperial Palace which is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan and rest of the imperial family. The Meiji Jingu in Tokyo is the most important and popular Shinto shrine. Tokyo’s latest landmark - Tokyo Skytree must not be missed. For the shopping enthusiasts, Shibuya is a must visit for its various shopping and entertainment avenues.

Day Trips & Excursions

With a week in hand, you can even explore the outsides of Tokyo. Head to Nikko National Park for its impressive botanical garden, intricate Iemitsu mausoleum, and ornate Toshogu Shrine. Probably one of the most famous sights in Japan, Mt. Fuji is easily accessible from Tokyo. Hakone National Park is another popular destination among nature lovers who come to Tokyo. Located inside the park, Lake Ashi is a perfect place to take a boat ride against the backdrop of Mt. Fuji. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is another beautiful park featuring French formal, English landscape and Japanese traditional type of gardens.

Theme Parks

Tokyo has its fair share of theme and adventure parks that would appeal to a range of people. For the ‘kawaii’ fans, Sanrio Puroland is place where you can meet your favourite characters like Hello Kitty, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Pompompurin, Little Twin Stars, and more. You can take a bullet train to Universal Studios Japan and enjoy its many parks like 'Jurassic Park' zone and 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.' Located inside the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo ONE PIECE Tower will let you enjoy many activities based on Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Crew.

Classes & Workshops

Whether it’s the art of swinging the Japanese sword, or dishing out the perfect sushi, Tokyo offers many classes and workshops that will let you absorb the city’s art and culture. Some of the classes and workshops that you can sign up for while in Tokyo are Hands-On Ninja Experience Tour, Authentic Samurai Experience, Katana Sword Iai Lesson, Learning Kintsugi, Learning Japanese Pottery, Herbarium Bottle Making Workshop, Wagashi Sweets Making, Burner Glasswork, and so much more.


Boost your energy levels and relax after a day of sightseeing at one of the spas in downtown Tokyo. For a more authentic experince, head out. Thermae-Yu Hotspring in Shinjuku and Hot Springs of Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari offer natural hot springs and is considered as one of the most unique Japanese cultural experiences.

Best Hotels in Tokyo for 7 Day Trip

These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Tokyo itinerary 7 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

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