88 Things to Do in Tokyo map 2023
Design: Time Out Tokyo; cover concept: Christian Tate

New Time Out map out now: 88 Things to Do in Tokyo

The 13th edition of our Tokyo map recommends the city’s top attractions, restaurants, bars, shops and more

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Time Out Tokyo Editors

Tokyo is a sprawling metropolis made up of several city centres, each with their own unique set of attractions. As such, it can be a daunting task trying to decide what to do and where to eat during your time here in this great city. Fret not; with the new, 13th edition of our 88 Things to Do in Tokyo map, you’ll discover the city's newest and most interesting attractions, eateries and shops as well as major sightseeing spots that you must not miss, including Tokyo Skytree and Meiji Shrine.

Here are some of the highlights from the newly released Time Out Tokyo map.

Ginza Katsukami
Photo: Ginza KatsukamiOmakase-style tonkatsu at Ginza Katsukami

At Ginza Katsukami, tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork) has been elevated to an omakase experience. Pork is served piece by piece from the fryer, and the chef will recommend the best condiment for each of them. Reservations are a must and can be made online

Japan National Stadium Tour
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima

Take a tour of the stadium that hosted the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. You can admire the architectural design of Japanese starchitect Kengo Kuma and even take pictures with the hurdles. 

Coffee Zingaro
Photo: Kisa ToyoshimaCoffee Zingaro

This café by Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami features artwork and interior inspired by the Showa era (1926-1989). Beyond sipping on coffee, you can also play retro games on the tables that double as gaming consoles. 

Photo: Kisa Toyoshimaダイアゴン横丁

This Studio Tour is the first of its kind in Asia, offering fans a dive into the world of Harry Potter. The immersive experience features original sets, costumes and props, alongside captivating special effects exhibits. 

Read the digital edition now. You can also pick up a physical copy for FREE at selected tourist information centres, hotels and train stations in Tokyo.

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