Tokyo, Japan

Ideal for: Culture Cravers, Foodies, City Slickers

A glittering, high-tech metropolis rising from an ancient stronghold, Tokyo offers a taste of modern-day Japan with a careful reverence for the past.

Located in the heart of the city, The Peninsula Tokyo's central location makes it a perfect hotel for exploring many popular nearby sites.  

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The largest metropolitan area in the world, Tokyo is brimming with lively energy and spirit. Though it houses the Imperial Palace and multiple ancient sites such as the Buddhist temple Sensō-ji, the city expertly combines its storied history with a culturally rich modern metropolis. Sleek, modern skyscrapers grace the skyline and unique neighborhoods house the heart of Japan’s fashion and food scenes including many sprawling markets. And a visit to the internationally renowned Harajuku district yields some of the most inventive street style available today. Tokyo is also home to 234 Michelin stars, more than any other city in the world. In the evening, head to the lively entertainment district of Roppongi for buzzy bars and clubs, plus the vast Roppongi Hills skyscraper complex with unbeatable observation deck.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND)
  • Currency
    Yen
  • Language
    Japanese
  • Time Zone
    13 hours ahead of New York
  • Average Temperature
    Summer 84℉, winter 42℉

Destination Highlights

Weather in Tokyo, Japan


  • Forecasting Your Tokyo Vacation

    The month of August is generally the warmest with temperatures in the mid 80s, while January cools significantly to the low 50s. The ideal time for a visit is in spring, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, paving the streets in soft pink petals.

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