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  日本的东京在2017年亚洲最佳景点排名中排行第6名,这个疯狂的动漫城市究竟有着怎样的魅力呢?跟着出国留学网来了解一下2017年东京过年旅游攻略吧,欢迎阅读。

  原因:为什么推荐您去日本?这里没有什么奇怪的东西,东京和城市一样快节奏。作为一个访客,你可能很难跟上时尚,交通模式和酒店价格。接受挑战,享受博物馆,寺庙,摩天大楼和寿司,跟着出国留学网一起开启你的日本之旅吧。

2017年亚洲最佳景点
第1位巴厘岛旅游攻略
第2位上海旅游攻略
第3位普吉岛旅游攻略
第4位台北旅游攻略
第5位新加坡旅游攻略
第6位东京旅游攻略
第7位河内旅游攻略
第8位香港旅游攻略
第9位 首尔旅游攻略
第10位京都旅游攻略
第11位曼谷旅游攻略
第12位德里旅游攻略
第13位胡志明旅游攻略
第14位孟买旅游攻略
第15位大阪旅游攻略

亚洲最佳景点排名第六名:东京

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  一、东京纵览

  Animated" is perhaps the best word to describe Tokyo. Crazy about its anime, Japan's mega city is constantly buzzing with movement – feet clacking down sidewalks, cars zooming along streets, subway trains humming below ground, ships cruising in and out. And yet bright lights and loud signs beg you to pause, to break your motion for just one second to pray (oops, we mean pay) at the altar of consumerism. This is a city that feeds on motion and progress.But when you want to stop in Tokyo, the city will certainly make it worth your while. The tech-savvy locals may whizz past the monuments and urban parks daily (except during the cherry blossom season when everyone floods the green space), but, we assure you, the museums and historical sites are world-class. Here, there are photos to be taken, sushi to be eaten and a lot of shopping to be done. So what are you waiting for? You better get a move on.

  “动画”或许是描述东京的最佳词汇。疯狂的日本动漫,日本的超级大都市不断地嗡嗡作响,脚步在人行道上噼啪作响,汽车在街道上飞驰,地铁在地下轰鸣,船在空中穿梭。然而,明亮的灯光和响亮的信号请求你停下来,在消费主义的祭坛上,打破你的动议,只需要一秒钟的时间祈祷(哦,我们的意思是付出)。这是一个以运动和进步为食的城市。但是当你想在东京停留的时候,这个城市一定会让你觉得值得。那些懂技术的当地人也许会每天从纪念碑和城市公园里飞过,但我们向你保证,博物馆和历史遗迹都是世界级的。这里有照片可以拍,寿司要吃,还有很多东西要做。你还在等什么?快点行动起来吧。

  二、排名信息

  #6 in Best Places to Visit in Asia

  亚洲最佳地点:第6名

  日本必去景点

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  1.东京筑地市场

  关键信息:参观时间1小时至2小时

  Even if you're not a sushi connoisseur, the Tsukiji Market offers an unforgettable experience. It is the largest and oldest fish market in the world, handling upward of 1,800 tons of seafood per day. Ships arrive in the wee hours of the morning, and by 5 a.m., the famous tuna auctions have already commenced with wholesalers bidding for good-looking specimens. Unfortunately, due to the increased number of tourists, these exciting auctions are closed to the public, except for a small viewing area open from 5 to 6:15 a.m. While we encourage early risers to queue for this small space, the rest of the market, which always welcomes visitors, is sufficient to whet your appetite.Nearly 500 different types of seafood are sold here, ranging from basics (like tuna) to the exotic, as well as the high priced (a box of uni, or the edible part of a sea urchin, is $250 per box). If all the excitement and bartering starts to make you a little hungry, don't hesitate to grab a bite here. There are numerous sushi stalls and tiny restaurants in the market (Sushi Dai and Daiwa Sushi are popular spots) that serve fish at their freshest. But if you aren't a much of a seafood fan, no matter. There's still something for you here. The market also sells loads of produce (about 270 different types) and features a few ready-made meal stalls that aren't all seafood-based, including Mosuke Dango, where you'll find sweet dumplings. There's also Indo Curry Nakaei, which serves curry. Plus, the nearby outer market offers a series of streets filled to the brim with restaurants and cafes that feature a vast array of delectable cuisines.

  即使你不是寿司鉴赏家,东京也为您提供了一段难忘的经历。它是世界上最大和最古老的鱼市,每天处理1800吨的海鲜。船只在凌晨到达,早上5点到达。著名的金枪鱼拍卖活动已经开始,批发商竞拍好看的标本。不幸的是,由于游客数量的增加,这些令人兴奋的拍卖活动对公众开放,除了一个从5点到6点15分开放的小型观景区。虽然我们鼓励早起的人排队等候这个小空间,但市场的其余部分,总是欢迎游客,足以满足你的胃口。这里有近500种不同类型的海鲜,从基本的(如金枪鱼)到异国情调,以及高价(一盒uni,或海胆的可食用部分,每箱250美元)。如果所有的刺激和物物交易开始让你有点饿,别犹豫,在这里吃点东西。在市场上有很多寿司店和小餐馆(寿司和大和寿司是很受欢迎的地方),它们在最新鲜的地方供应鱼。但如果你不是一个海鲜迷,没关系。这里还有你的东西。市场上还出售大量的农产品(大约270种不同的品种),还有一些现成的小吃摊档,这些摊位并非全是海鲜食品,其中就包括Mosuke Dango,在那里你可以找到甜的饺子。也有咖喱的Indo Curry Nakaei。此外,附近的外市场还提供了一系列的街道,这些街道充满了餐馆和咖啡馆,那里有大量美味的美食。

  游客对著名的筑地市场的评论褒贬不一。如果你不是一个海鲜美食家,或者你真的不喜欢过度刺激和/或拥挤的地方,游客们说这不是吸引你的地方。游客们说,这个市场非常大,全天都很繁忙。那些喜欢吃海鲜的人无疑会对大量新鲜美味的海鲜选择感到敬畏,以至于顾客们强烈建议你饿着肚子,因为你最终可能会吃得比你计划的多。游客们也很喜欢市场上缺乏刺激性的鱼腥味。筑地市场位于东京的中心地带。如果你乘坐公共交通工具,你应该在环绕市场的筑地或筑地街地铁站下车。除了星期日和星期三以外,市场每天都营业。对于大多数活动来说,早上去拜访。如果你想观看现场金枪鱼拍卖,你必须在凌晨4点30分到达鱼信息中心(位于Kachidoki大桥入口处)的门票。这些景点都是先到先得的,每天只有120人被允许参观金枪鱼拍卖。时间是上午九时至下午二时。因为市场是如此的密集和繁忙,孩子是不被允许的。想了解更多信息,可以在这个有帮助的网站上了解市场情况。

  2.东京国立博物馆

  关键信息:成人620日元(约合5.75美元), 学生410日元(约3.80美元)。星期二至星期日上午9:30至下午5:00。

  If you're looking to learn a little (or a lot) about Japan's history, the Tokyo National Museum is the place to go. This museum is one of the country's most expansive, housing about 116,000 pieces of art and artifacts that cover the longest recorded history of Japan. Strolling through the halls of its numerous buildings, you'll spot relics such as samurai armor and swords (a traveler favorite), delicate pottery, kimonos, calligraphy, paintings, and much more, some of which are designated as national treasures and Important Cultural Properties by the Japanese government. In addition to artifacts from Japan's history, you'll also find pieces from all across the Asian continent, including Buddhist scrolls that date all the way back to 607.Travelers were impressed with all that the Tokyo National Museum has to offer. Even some who admitted they aren't museum people enjoyed the variety of unique artifacts on display. Travelers appreciated that the museum featured English translations, something that some visitors noticed other Tokyo top attractions lacked (think the Ghibli Museum). Museum goers also say that there so much to see in the Tokyo National Museum that you probably need an entire day if you want to get through everything. If you don't have enough time to do this (or just don't want to) the best thing to do is get a map of the museum beforehand and pick what you want to do before you venture in.The Tokyo National Museum is easily reached on the metro. The closest metro stops are Uguisudani and the Ueno metro station. Be sure to enjoy the fresh air of the surrounding Ueno Park before or after you visit the museum. The park also features a zoo, the National Museum of Nature and Science, the National Museum of Western Art, a scenic pond equipped with row boats and plenty of verdant green space. Admission to the museum costs 620 yen (about $6) for adults. The museum welcomes visitors from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Mondays, when it is closed. For more information, check out the Tokyo National Museum's website.

  如果您想了解一些关于日本历史的知识(或者很多),那么东京国立博物馆就是最合适的地方。这个博物馆是全国最大的博物馆之一,拥有约11.6万件艺术品和文物,涵盖了日本历史最悠久的历史。漫步在众多建筑物的大厅里,你会发现武士装甲和剑(旅行者的最爱),精致的陶器,和服,书法,绘画等遗迹,其中一些被指定为国宝和重要文化日本政府的财产。除了日本的历史文物之外,你还会发现亚洲各地的作品,包括可追溯至607年的佛教卷轴。东京国立博物馆所提供的东西给旅客留下了深刻的印象。甚至一些承认自己不是博物馆的人也喜欢展出各种独特的文物。旅客非常喜欢这个博物馆的特色英文翻译,有些游客注意到东京的其他景点缺乏(例如 吉卜立博物馆)。参观博物馆的人也会说,东京国立博物馆有这么多的东西,如果你想完成一切,你可能需要一整天的时间。如果你没有足够的时间来做这件事(或者不想做),最好的办法就是预先得到博物馆的地图,然后在你冒险之前选择你想做的事情。东京国立博物馆地铁很容易到达的。最近的地铁站是Uguisudani和Ueno地铁站。在参观博物馆之前或之后,一定要享受周围的上野公园的新鲜空气。该公园还设有一个动物园,国家自然科学博物馆,国家西部美术馆,一个风景优美的池塘,配有划艇和绿意盎然的绿地。入场费为620日元(约合6美元)。博物馆每天上午9点半至下午5点欢迎游客,星期一休息时除外。欲了解更多信息,请查看东京国家博物馆的网站。

  3.明治神宫

  关键信息:参观时间1小时至2小时

  The Meiji Shrine is a Shinto (Japan's original religion) shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Japanese history credits Meiji for modernizing Japan by incorporating Western principles into Japanese society, including adopting a cabinet system into government. After the emperor's death in 1912 and that of his consort in 1914, the Japanese commemorated their contributions with the Meiji Shrine. While the buildings are certainly worth visiting, the surrounding forest (considered part of the vast Yoyogi Park) is a sight to see as well. That's because 100,000 of the trees standing were all donated by Japanese people from around the country as a thank you to emperor.While at such a holy site, take time to divulge in traditional rituals. When entering the shrine, you'll first meet the Torii, or the shrine's large archway. It's traditional to bow once entering then again when you leave. To foreigners, the temizuya may appear to be a drinking fountain, but it's actually a cleansing station where visitors have the opportunity to purify themselves with holy water. It's common to wash your hands and rinse your mouth out, but don't drink the water or allow the wooden dippers provided to touch your lips. When approaching the main shrine, it's customary to pay your respects by bowing twice, then clapping your hands twice, make a wish and bow once again. Carrying out such respects are optional, the rules of the shrine are not. Don't photograph the interior of the buildings; don't eat, drink or smoke unless you're in designated areas.

  Travelers say that while this is not the most striking of temples they have seen, it is by far the most peaceful and welcoming. Visitors appreciated that the shrine encouraged foreigners to participate in traditional rituals and prayer service (with instructions posted on how to join in within the attraction). Even if you don't choose to participate in prayer, reviewers say a visit here is worth it to observe the Shinto practices, as it better helped them understand Japanese culture as a whole. The Meiji Shrine and its surrounding forests are also incredibly serene, with many visitors saying it was the perfect place for a much-needed break from the concrete jungle. While here, visitors encourage travelers to write down a personal prayer or wish and tie it to the prayer wall (as pictured) to commemorate your experience at the shrine.

  明治神宫是奉献给明治天皇和皇太后的神道(日本的原始宗教)神社。日本的历史把明治化为日本现代化,把西方的原则融入日本社会,包括采取内阁制度进入政府。在1912年的皇帝死亡和1914年的皇帝死后,日本人与明治神宫纪念了他们的贡献。虽然建筑物当然值得一游,但周围的森林(被认为是广岛代代木公园的一部分)也是值得一看的地方。那是因为十万棵树都是全国的日本人捐赠给皇帝的。在这样一个神圣的地方,要花时间来透露一下传统的仪式。进入神社的时候,你首先会见到鸟居或者神社的大拱门。当你离开的时候再次进入是一种传统。给外国人,temizuya似乎是一个饮水机,但它实际上是一个清洁站,游客有机会用圣水净化自己。洗手和冲洗口腔是很常见的,但不要喝水,也不要让提供的杓子接触你的嘴唇。接近主神殿时,习惯性地拜拜两次,然后双手拍手,再次祝愿并鞠躬。执行这些方面是可选的,神社的规则不是。不要拍摄建筑物的内部; 除非你在指定的地方,否则不要吃,喝或抽烟。旅行者说,虽然这不是他们所见过的最引人注目的寺庙,但它是迄今为止最和平和最受欢迎的。参观者感谢神社鼓励外国人参加传统的仪式和祈祷服务(有关如何参与吸引力的指示)。即使你不选择参加祷告,评论家说这里的访问是值得的,观察神道的做法,因为它更好地帮助他们了解整个日本文化。明治神宫及其周边的森林也非常安详,许多游客说这是一个从混凝土丛林急需休息的理想场所。在此期间,游客鼓励游客写下个人祈祷或希望,并将其绑在祷告墙上(如图所示),以纪念在神殿的经历。

  到明治神宫最近的地铁站是原宿站和北三多站。这个神社可以自由参观,每天从日出到日落都欢迎游客,但个别建筑保持着不同的时间。欲了解更多信息,请查看明治神宫的网站。

  4.浅草寺

  关键信息:参观时间1小时至2小时

  The oldest religious site in Tokyo is also its most visited. The Sensoji Temple sees about 30 million annual visitors and dates all the way back to year 628. Despite its claim to antiquity, however, the structures that currently stand are relatively new reconstructions of previous edifices (during World War II, nearly the entire temple was razed). The Sensoji Temple is dedicated to Asakusa Kannon, the Buddhist god of mercy and happiness. According to legend, two fishermen struck gold and found a statue of the god while fishing on the Sumida River. The Sensoji shrine is dedicated to this lucky catch as well as features a small homage to the fisherman who caught the statue. Unfortunately, while here, you won't be able to see the actual statue. It is there, but it isn't on public display. It has never been. Either way, Buddhists and interested tourists alike flock to this attraction with the hopes that being in the presence of Kannon's healing powers will rub off on them. After you've properly toured Sensoji, take some time to check out the shops that line Nakamise Dori, which you'll find on the way to the temple.The majority of travelers enjoyed their experience at the Sensoji Temple. Visitors found the temple to be beautiful and enjoyed admiring its grand stature and intricate architectural details. The only complaint among travelers was with the attraction and all the activity surrounding it; Sensoji can get so crowded that it can be difficult to be able to simply admire the attraction. If you don't want to share space with throngs of tourists, visitors suggest coming early morning or late at night.

  东京最古老的宗教场所也是最受欢迎的。浅草寺每年可以看到大约3000万年的游客,并且可以追溯到628年。然而,尽管它声称古代,但现在的建筑物是以前的建筑物的相对较新的重建(二战期间,几乎整个寺庙是夷)。浅草寺是献给慈悲和幸福的佛教之神浅草观音。据传说,两名渔民在隅田川捕鱼时发现了一枚神像。浅草神社是为这个幸运的渔获而献身的,同时也向渔夫们致以敬意。不幸的是,在这里,你将无法看到真正的雕像。它在那里,但没有公开展示。它从来没有。无论哪种方式,佛教徒和有兴趣的游客都喜欢这个吸引力,希望看到在看着康医的治疗能力的时候,他们就会消失。在您正确地游览浅草寺之后,花一些时间去看看那条通往寺庙的途径中央通的商店。大多数旅客在浅草寺享受他们的经验。游客们发现这座寺庙非常漂亮,欣赏其壮丽的景观和复杂的建筑细节。旅客中唯一的投诉是吸引人的,以及周围的一切活动。浅草寺可能会变得如此拥挤,难以简单地欣赏这个景点。如果你不想和很多游客分享空间,游客建议在凌晨或深夜。从浅草站可以轻松抵达浅草寺。尽管寺庙场地每天24小时开放,但主厅每天早上6点至下午5点欢迎游客。10月至3月,大厅晚上6点半开放。免费入场。欲了解更多信息,请查看东京旅游局的网站。

  5.皇宫

  关键信息:参观时间2小时至半天

  You'd think the Imperial Palace would be mobbed with tourists, but it's not. You can credit the lack of crowds to an application policy, which limits the number of visitors. That's because the Imperial Palace is home to the Emperor of Japan and the royal family. And before that, it was the residence for some of Japan's most important figures, including Emperor Meiji (credited for modernizing Japan) and rulers during the Edo Period (the time period before Japan was modernized by Meiji). Because of its significant importance in Japanese society, admittance to the site is hard to get (you have to put in your application several weeks in advance) and access inside the actual palace is even fewer and far between.As such, most travelers suggest skipping the application entirely (those who went on the tour were disappointed with how little of the palace is open to visitors) and admiring the compound from afar. Visitors also say the East Gardens, which are part of the Imperial Palace complex, are much more of a sight to see. This flourishing green space has plenty of shady spots and open fields, perfect for relaxing. And during cherry blossom season, these gardens are a choice spot for locals looking to enjoy the seasonal foliage.Visitors are free to explore the East Gardens anytime between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The park closes a half hour earlier during the winter and a half hour later during the summer. Tours of the palace are given at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and they usually last one hour and fifteen minutes. The closest metro station is Nijubashi-mae station. For more information and to apply for a visit, check out the Imperial Household Agency's website.

  你会认为皇宫会被游客多怠慢,但事实并非如此。您可以将缺乏人群的信息归功于应用程序策略,这限制了访问者的数量。那是因为皇宫是日本皇室和皇室的家园。在此之前,日本最重要的一些人物,包括日本现代化时期的明治天皇和日本明治时代之前的江户时代的统治者,居住在这里。由于在日本社会中的重要性,很难获得入场券(你必须提前几周提交申请),而进入实际宫殿的次数更少。因此,大多数游客建议完全跳过申请(那些参加游览的人对宫殿对游客开放的程度感到失望),并远远地欣赏这个化合物。游客也说东宫是皇宫的一部分,看得更远。这个蓬勃发展的绿色空间有许多阴凉的地方和开阔的田野,非常适合放松。而在樱花盛开的季节,这些花园是当地人喜欢季节性树叶的理想场所。游客可以随时在上午9点到下午4点半之间游览东园。夏季,园区在冬季和半小时之后提前半小时关闭。星期二到星期六上午10点和下午1点30分给他们参观宫殿,通常是一小时十五分钟。最近的地铁站是Nijubashi-mae车站。欲了解更多信息和申请访问,请查看宫内厅的网站。

  6.台场

  关键信息:参观时间半天至全天

  Envision a mini Atlantis rising out of the water, conveniently right next to downtown Tokyo. That's Odaiba. This neighborhood/mini-island situated on the Tokyo Bay is a hub of entertainment, eateries and eye-catching architecture, including the futuristic-looking Fuji Television building. Some of the area's top attractions include the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation and the relaxing Odaiba Seaside Park, which comes equipped with its own beach and Tokyo's own Statue of Liberty. There's also a host of amusement parks the kids will no doubt enjoy. In Tokyo Leisure Land in Palette Town, you'll also find go-karts in Mega Web and one of the world's largest Ferris wheels.There's also the Legoland Discovery Center. DiverCity Tokyo Plaza and Decks Tokyo Beach facility offers lots in the way of dining and shopping in addition to entertainment options. Meanwhile, adults will likely be drawn to the Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari, a natural hot springs theme park where visitors can walk around in traditional yukata robes while dipping their toes in one of the 13 varieties of baths available. But, aside from the many distractions on Odaiba, the gorgeous views across the water have most eyes turned back toward downtown. And at night, the Rainbow Bridge electrifies the glittering skyline with glorious colors.Travelers say there is so much to do in Odaiba, that you're going to need more than a day to properly see everything. The best way to tackle this tourist-friendly area is to pick out what you want to do ahead of time. Travelers definitely recommended the shopping, as a number of brand name stores can be found here. Travelers also suggested sticking around for views of the twinkling city lights at night, which can be seen from multiple points of Odaiba. Visitors do note that while there is a beach at Odaiba Seaside Park, swimming isn't advised.You can visit this amenity-packed island anytime, any day, though individual businesses have their own hours. There are multiple metro stops that service Odaiba, including Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon and Odaiba-kaihinkoen stations. For more information about Odaiba, visit the Tokyo Tourism Board website.

  国家新兴科学与创新博物馆以及配备了自己的海滩和东京自己的自由女神像的令人放松的台场海滨公园。还有一个孩子们无疑会喜欢的游乐园。在调色板城的东京休闲乐园,您还可以在超级网站找到卡丁车,还可以在世界上最大的摩天轮之一找到卡丁车。还有乐高乐园探索中心。DiverCity东京广场和甲板东京海滩设施提供了许多餐饮和购物的方式,除了娱乐选择。同时,成年人可能会被吸引到大江户温泉物语,这是一个天然的温泉主题公园,游客可以穿着传统的日式浴衣走在身边,同时将脚趾浸在13种洗浴品种之一中。但是,除了台场上的许多分心之外,横跨水面的壮丽景色大部分都转向了市中心。晚上,彩虹桥以灿烂的色彩为闪闪发光的天际线充电。旅行者说,台场有很多事情要做,你需要一天多的时间才能看清楚一切。解决这个旅游友好区域的最佳方法是提前选择你想要做的事情。旅客绝对推荐购物,因为一些品牌商店可以在这里找到。旅客还建议在夜间观看夜幕降临的城市灯光,从台场的多个角度可以看到。游客们注意到,虽然在台场海滨公园有一个海滩,但不建议游泳。你可以随时随地访问这个设施齐全的岛屿,尽管个别企业有自己的时间。服务台场的地铁站有多个,包括国际航站楼和台场海开公园站。有关台场的更多信息,请访问东京旅游局网站。

  7.日本科学未来馆

  关键信息:参观时间1小时至2小时

  The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, commonly referred to as the Miraikan, attests to Tokyo's entrepreneurial spirit and penchant for science and technological innovation. This high-tech museum features a plethora of exciting interactive displays spread across three themed permanent exhibits. In Explore The Frontiers, visitors can learn about space exploration by stepping into a model of the International Space Station, which has been autographed by astronauts who spent time there, including Buzz Aldrin. There's also Discover Your Earth, where you'll find a large LED paneled Earth sculpture, as well as the robotics-heavy Create Your Future exhibit. Make sure you get an eyeful of Honda's impressive ASIMO robot while here. ASIMO has opposable thumbs, can run, and even kick a soccer ball (as it did with President Obama in his 2014 visit to the museum). Kids will particularly enjoy the displays as they can touch, climb on and play with many of them. The museum also features science workshops for kids, talks from researchers and the GAIA 3-D Home Theater.

  Despite its draw, many travelers offered mixed reviews of the museum. Some reported feeling like kids, amazed at the vast amount of things to learn and do, while other adults said the museum is best suited for children. Some visitors also found the exhibits to be lacking, saying the information provided was very basic (the jury is out on whether its language for kids to understand or a translation issue). Travelers did recommend hanging out for the ASIMO demonstration, though some others who attended said the show was boring and the robot not as up-to-date as they hoped. Those who did bring their kids in tow said they had a ball.The museum welcomes visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Monday. On Odaiba, you can easily walk to the museum from the Fune-no Kagakukan and the Telecom Center metro stations. Admission for adults costs 620 yen (roughly $6) for adults and 210 yen (about $2) for youth 18 years old and younger. Note: On Saturday, individuals 18 and younger get in for free. For more information, check out the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation's website.

  通常被称为Miraikan的国家新兴科学与创新博物馆证明了东京的创业精神和对科技创新的偏好。这个高科技的博物馆展出了三个主题永久性展品的各种令人兴奋的互动展示。在“探索边疆”中,参观者可以通过加入国际空间站的模型了解太空探索, 在那里呆过的宇航员,包括巴兹·奥尔德林。还有探索你的地球,你会发现一个大型LED镶板地球雕塑以及机器人重创“未来创造”展览。确保你在这里看到本田令人印象深刻的ASIMO机器人。ASIMO可以反对,可以跑,甚至踢足球(就像2014年奥巴马总统访问博物馆时那样)。孩子们会特别喜欢这些显示器,因为他们可以触摸,爬上和玩很多。该博物馆还设有儿童科学讲习班,研究人员和GAIA三维家庭影院的讲座。尽管最后许多旅客提供了对博物馆的不同评论。有些人报告说像孩子一样感到惊讶,大量的事情要学习和做,而其他成年人说,博物馆是最适合儿童。有些参观者还发现展品缺乏,说提供的信息是非常基本的(陪审团是在其语言是否为孩子理解或翻译问题)。旅行者确实建议出席ASIMO示威游行,虽然其他一些参加者说这个节目很无聊,机器人也不像他们希望的那样是最新的。那些带着他们的孩子拖着说他们有一个球。博物馆周三至周一上午10点至下午5点欢迎游客。在台场上,您可以从Fune-no Kagakukan和电信中心地铁站轻松步行到博物馆。大人入场费用为成人620日元(约6美元),18岁以下的青少年210日元(约2美元)。注:星期六,18岁以下的个人免费入场。欲了解更多信息,请查看国家新兴科学与创新博物馆的网站。

  8.东京都厅舍

  关键信息:参观时间1小时以内即可参观完

  There are plenty of skyscrapers that provide bird's-eye lookouts in Tokyo. So what makes the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Tower special? It's free! At 202 meters high (662 feet), its two observatories (North and South observatory) are the highest vantage points you can reach in the city without having to shred some yen (at least that we know of).Travelers loved their experience at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building because it was so fuss-free. Free admission, few lines, speedy elevator, helpful customer service and no time restrictions at the top was ideal for travelers who were looking to take their time with the incredible views in front of them. The observatories offer 360-degree views of the city and visitors say on a clear day, Mount Fuji is visible in the distance. If you can, travelers suggest visiting at sunset. The transition from day to night, when some say truly Tokyo comes to life, is magical.

  Admission is free, but you might want to save some cash for the multiple dining options located at the top. Both of the observatories are open daily but have different closing hours. The South Observatory is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. while the North Observatory closes at 11 p.m. The closest metro station is Nishi-Shinjuku. For more information, check out the Tokyo Tourism Board's website.

  在东京有很多摩天大楼都可以看到鸟瞰风景。那么东京都政府大厦的特色是什么呢?免费!在高达202米(662英尺)的高度上,它的两个天文台(南北天文台)是您可以在城市中达到的最高有利位置,而不必削减一些日元(至少我们知道)。旅客喜欢他们在东京都厅的经验,因为它是如此的无所事事。免费入场,几条线路,快速的电梯,乐于助人的客户服务,没有时间限制的顶部是旅客谁想要花时间在他们面前的令人难以置信的观点的理想选择。天文台提供了360度的城市景观,游客在晴朗的日子说,富士山在远处是可见的。如果可以,旅客建议在日落时分参观。从一天到晚,当一些人说真正的东京变成现实时,过渡是神奇的。

  入场是免费的,但您可能想要节省一些现金的位于顶部的多个餐饮选择。这两个天文台都是每天开放,但关门时间不同。南天文台开放时间为上午9时30分至下午5时30分,北天文台则于晚上11时关闭。最近的地铁站是西新宿。欲了解更多信息,请查看东京旅游局的网站。

  9.银座

  关键信息:参观时间1小时至2小时

  New York has Fifth Avenue, London has Oxford Street, Paris has the Champs-Élysées and Tokyo has Ginza. The neighborhood is a shopper's paradise, housing all types of storefronts from affordable, big-name retailers such as H&M and Zara to upscale design houses such as Dior, Armani and Cartier. You can also find loads of specialty stores selling traditional items, such as kimonos, incense and chopsticks, as well as more unconventional finds, such as stores dedicated to buttons, model trains and even charcoal-infused beauty products. You can also find a plethora of Hello Kitty products at the Sanrio flagship store located here, as well as all the toys your kid's (or your) heart desires at the massive Hakuhinkan Toy Park.If you're not much of a shopper, Ginza still offers loads in the way of things to do. The neighborhood is also an arts hub, housing more than 200 galleries to its name. There are also plenty of theaters as well. If you're looking to catch a traditional kabuki performance while in Tokyo, Kabuki-za is considered one of the city's best. And if you're a foodie, you'll probably end up in Ginza anyway. That's because the neighborhood houses lots of Michelin-rated restaurants, including the three-star Ginza Kojyu, which is also considered one of the 50 best restaurants in the world.Travelers say the best way to soak up the Ginza atmosphere is to forgo the overpriced goods in favor of a tasty meal. While the neighborhood no doubt caters to the elite, affordable dining options are available, just keep an eye out for ramen stalls and food trucks that are located throughout the area.

  纽约有第五大道,伦敦有牛津街,巴黎有香榭丽舍大街,东京有银座。这个社区是购物者的天堂,从负担得起的大牌零售商,如H&M和Zara,到迪奥,阿玛尼和卡地亚等高档设计公司的各类店面。你也可以找到一些专卖店,销售和服,香火和筷子等传统物品,还有更多非常规的发现,比如专卖纽扣,模型火车甚至木炭注入美容产品的商店。您还可以在Sanrio旗舰店找到过多的Hello Kitty产品,以及您的孩子(或者您)心中所想要的巨大的Hakuhinkan玩具公园的玩具。如果你不是一个购物者,银座仍然提供其他相关的事情。这个社区也是一个艺术中心,住着200多家画廊。也有很多剧院。如果您想在东京寻找传统的歌舞伎表演,歌舞伎座被认为是最好的城市之一。如果你是一个美食家,你最终可能会在银座。这是因为附近有很多米其林餐厅,包括三星级的银座小yu,也被认为是世界上最好的50家餐厅之一。旅客说银座的气氛最好的办法就是放弃价格高昂的商品,转而享用美味的餐点。虽然邻里无疑迎合了精英,可负担的餐饮选择,只是留意拉面摊位和食品卡车在整个地区的位置。银座位于市中心,很容易到达。多个地铁站服务这个社区,但银座站将把你置于行动的中心。当你用完信用卡时,可以前往附近的东京皇宫享受宁静。有关银座的更多信息,请访问东京旅游局的网站。

  10.江戸東京博物館

  关键信息:成人600日元(约合5.60美元)480-300日元(约$ 4.45- $ 2.80)。星期二至星期日上午9:30 至下午5:30,星期六上午9:30至下午7:30。

  For a greater understanding of Tokyo's evolution, head to the gigantic Edo-Tokyo Museum. This expertly designed museum showcases the city's history with large- and small-scale models chronicling Tokyo's architectural transformation as well as recreating Japanese life through the centuries (exhibits with statues recreate cultural practices and norms of the time). Here, travelers can walk through Tokyo's humble origins (via the life-sized Nihonbashi Bridge) in the early Edo Period to the Meiji Restoration (the period where Japan transitioned from traditional to a more modern society, influenced by western principles), through the subsequent industrial revolution, past the devastation of the World Wars and into today's modern metropolis. In addition to models of all shapes and sizes, the museum also features historical and cultural relics visitors can observe up close, including traditional kimono gowns and woodblock prints.Overall, travelers were delighted with all that the Edo-Tokyo Museum had to offer, with many saying they spent nearly half a day here. Visitors described the museum as incredibly informative and interesting and appreciated the vast amount of history on display. Travelers recommended taking advantage of the complimentary museum tour guides on-site (available in multiple languages). Tours span an hour and a half to two hours and reservations are accepted from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the 6th-floor Voluntary Guide counter.The Edo-Tokyo Museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and open until 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Admission costs 600 yen (about $5) for adults. The Edo-Tokyo Museum is located near the Sumida River right next to the Ryogoku subway station. For more information, check out the museum's website.

  为了更好地了解东京的演变,请您前往江户东京博物馆。这个设计精巧的博物馆展示了这座城市历史上的大小模型,记载了东京的建筑改造,并重现了几个世纪以来的日本生活(雕塑展示再现了时代的文化习俗和规范)。在这里,旅行者可以在江户初期到明治维新(日本从传统到现代社会的转变,受西方原则影响的时期),穿过东京的卑微起源(通过实际大小的日本桥)工业革命,过去世界大战的破坏,进入今天的现代化大都市。除了各种形状和尺寸的模型之外,总的来说,旅客们对江户东京博物馆所提供的一切感到满意,许多人说他们在这里度过了将近半天的时间。参观者把博物馆形容为信息丰富而有趣,并赞赏展出的大量历史。旅客建议利用现场免费博物馆导游(多种语言)。游览时间为一个半小时到两个小时,预订时间为上午10点到下午3点在6楼自愿指导柜台。江户东京博物馆周二至周日上午9点30分至下午5点30分开放,周六开放至下午7点30分。入场费用为成人600日元(约5美元)。江户东京博物馆位于隅田川附近,就在两国地铁站旁边。欲了解更多信息,请查看博物馆的网站。

  11.新宿御苑

  关键信息:200日元(约合2美元)儿童50日元(约合0.50美元)婴儿免费。每天上午9点至下午4点。

  Just to the west of downtown Tokyo lies a gorgeous urban oasis. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden comprises 144 acres of green space and is unique in that it incorporates three landscaping styles – Japanese Traditional, French Formal and English Garden. During the spring, the park gets an extra boost in visitors for its vibrant display of cherry blossoms. If you plan on visiting during this beautiful time, make like a local and come to the park equipped with picnic supplies.Travelers say the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. Even if you don't have a couple hours to spare for a picnic, visitors say a short stroll is enough to take up the park's peaceful atmosphere. Travelers also report that there are plenty of amenities within the park, including restrooms, places to eat as well as a greenhouse and teahouse.You can find Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden just a couple blocks away from the Shinjukugyoen-Mae metro station. The park is open Tuesday through Sunday, though during cherry blossom bloom time, the attraction is open daily. Keep in mind there is a small entrance fee of 200 yen (around $2). For more information, check out the park's website.

  就在东京市区西边,就是一个美丽的城市绿洲。新宿御苑包括144个英亩的绿地,是独一无二的,它包含三个美化风格, 日本传统,法国正式和英国花园。在春季,公园充满活力的樱花盛开,为游客带来更多的刺激。如果你计划在这美丽的时光来访,就像当地人一样,来到配有野餐用品的公园。旅客说,新宿御苑是逃离东京喧嚣的最佳去处。即使你没有几个小时的野餐时间,游客们说只要短暂的散步就足以承担公园的宁静的气氛。旅客还报告说,公园内有很多设施,包括洗手间,吃饭的地方以及温室和茶馆。新宿御苑地铁站离新宿御苑地铁站只有几步之遥,您可以找到新宿御苑。公园周二至周日开放,樱花盛开期间,景点每天开放。请记住,有一个200日元(约2美元)的小门票费。欲了解更多信息,请查看公园的网站。

  11.秋叶原

  关键信息:全天24小时开放

  Akihabara is nirvana for techies. Tokyo's premier electronics district, which is also referred to as "Akiba," has gadgets of all kinds found in booths on side streets and main street mega department stores. You'll spot the latest technology on the shelves, which will probably put your equipment to shame. And if you're in the market for hard-to-find bibs or bobs, you're likely to find that here too. If you're unsure where to start, stop at the larger-than-life Yodobashi department store (often billed as the largest electronics store in the world) or stroll along the neighborhood's main street, Chuo Dori, which becomes car-free on Sundays. In addition to being an electronics hub, Akihabara also caters to serious gamers and anime lovers. Here, you'll find loads of gaming arcades as well as shops and street stalls selling comics and character figurines. You'll also probably spot a few cosplayers casually walking down the street.While Akihabara is no doubt unique, recent travelers had mixed reviews about the district. Those who expressed interest in anime loved their visit, saying you can't leave Tokyo without experiencing the world Akihabara has to offer for fans. Those without a greater interest in the subject matter enjoyed the buzzing activity and plethora of neon signage that permeates the area but ended up growing bored after a period of time. Some were downright offended by the inappropriate nature of some of the anime culture (think maid cafes), so this area may not be suitable for young children. Visitors solely interested in shopping for electronics felt overwhelmed by the options and recommended researching in advance to maximize your time in the neighborhood.

  Akihabara sits in central Tokyo and is accessible via the metro. The closest metro stop is Akihabara. Although you can visit the neighborhood anytime and its free to explore, individual stores have their own hours. For more information, check out the Akihabara district's website.

  秋叶原是技术人员的必杀技。东京首屈一指的电子产品区也被称为“秋叶”,在小街上和大街百货公司的摊位上都有各种各样的小玩意儿。你会发现货架上的最新技术,这可能会让你的设备感到羞耻。而如果你在市场上找到难以找到的围兜或摇篮,你也可能在这里找到。如果你不确定从哪里开始,那么就去一家超大生活的Yodobashi百货公司(通常被称为世界上最大的电子商店),或者沿着附近的主要街道Chuo Dori散步。秋叶原除了成为电子产品的中心之外,还迎合了严肃的玩家和动漫爱好者。在这里,会发现大量的游戏商场以及出售漫画和角色小雕像的商店和街摊。你也可能会发现几个cosplayers随便走在街上。虽然秋叶原无疑是独一无二的,但最近的旅行者对该地区的评论各有不同。那些表示对动画感兴趣的人喜欢他们的访问,说你不能离开东京,而不经历秋叶原为粉丝们提供的世界。那些对这个主题没有更大兴趣的人喜欢喧嚣的活动,过多的霓虹灯渗透到这个地区,但一段时间后却变得无聊了。有些人被一些动漫文化(思想女仆咖啡馆)的不恰当的本质所吓倒,所以这个地区可能不适合年幼的孩子。游客只对购买电子产品感兴趣,感到不知所措,并建议事先进行研究,以最大限度地提高您在附近的时间。秋叶原坐落在东京市中心,可通过地铁抵达。最近的地铁站是秋叶原。虽然你可以随时参观附近的景点,也可以自由探索,但是个体商店有自己的时间。欲了解更多信息,请查看秋叶原地区的网站。

  13.东京海上生活公园

  关键信息: 成人700日元(约合6美元),小孩13-15岁250日元(约合2美元),12岁以下的孩子免费。周四 - 周二上午9:30 - 下午5:00。

  Across the water from Tokyo Disneyland, the Tokyo Sea Life Park provides educational fun for the whole family. This well-designed aquarium features numerous habitats that mimic bodies of water from around the world, like the Caribbean Sea, Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and Tokyo's very own Tokyo Bay. Here you can find a variety of fish from those regions, including Tokyo's famous bluefin tuna. Travelers will also run into penguins during their visit, puffins and turtles, to name a few. There's also a petting area where patrons can get up close and personal and touch sting rays and bamboo sharks.Travelers found the aquarium to be informative and were impressed with the variety of sea life housed here. Travelers loved the penguin exhibit as well as the touching station and recommended a visit if you have kids in tow or are staying near Disneyland and looking to pass some time. The views of Tokyo Bay, which surround the aquarium, were a nice bonus for visiting travelers (the entrance to the Sea Life Park is a large glass dome situated on the edge of the water).

  在东京迪斯尼乐园的水面上,东京海上生活公园为全家人提供教育乐趣。这个精心设计的水族馆拥有许多模仿世界各地水体的栖息地,如加勒比海,印度洋,大西洋和东京的东京湾。在这里你可以找到这些地区的各种鱼类,包括东京着名的蓝鳍金枪鱼。旅行者在参观期间也会遇到企鹅,海雀和海龟等等。还有一个宠物区,顾客可以亲密接触,触摸蝠鲼百和竹鲨。旅客发现水族馆信息丰富,并在这里住的各种海洋生物留下深刻的印象。旅行者喜欢企鹅展览以及感人的景点,如果你有孩子或者住在迪士尼乐园附近,想要过一段时间,那么建议去看看。环绕水族馆的东京湾的景色对游客来说是一个不错的奖励(海洋生物公园入口处是一个位于水边的大型玻璃穹顶)。东京海上生活公园从上午9点30分到下午5点开放,下午4点入场。周三休息,入场费用为成人700日元(约6美元),儿童250日元(约2美元)。位于Kasai Rinkai公园的水族馆距离JR Kasai Rinkai Koen地铁站仅有5分钟的步行路程。欲了解更多详情,请查看东京海洋生物公园的网站。

  14.吉卜力博物馆

  关键信息:成人1000日元(约9美元),4-18岁的儿童700-400日元($ 6.50- $ 1),4岁以下的儿童免费。星期三 - 星期一上午10点 - 下午6点。

  Both avid and amateur anime fans love the Ghibli Museum. The museum showcases the work of Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli – the famous Japanese animation company that produced films like "Spirited Away" and "Ponyo." Don't expect formal, indoor exhibits. The facility's quirky interior design mimics the animation studio. There's also a play area for kids (which comes equipped with a life-size, fuzzy Cat Bus), a reading room full of books recommended by the museum and a rooftop garden that features character sculptures, including the silent robots from "Castle In The Sky." You can even watch a short film that plays exclusively at the museum and rotates each month.Considering how difficult it is to secure tickets and the museum's removed location, travelers say visiting this attraction is only worth the extra effort if you're a Miyazaki fan. Devotees loved having the opportunity to get lost in the director's magical world, which many say the museum executed just about perfectly. The only complaint? The expensive gift shop. Even avid fans were disappointed with some of the shop's high prices. English travelers also warned that English signs and placards are few and far between here.You can find the Ghibli Museum in the Mitaka-shi neighborhood within Inokashira Park, located in eastern Tokyo. Take the JR Chuo line to the Mitaka subway station and then walk along the Tamagawa Josui "waters" for about 15 minutes to reach the museum. Visitors are welcome 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Monday. Note that you must buy tickets in advance. Tickets are available to purchase online on the 10th of each month for visits a month in advance. Travelers say it's best to be online the moment tickets become available, as they are known to sell out in less than an hour. For adults, admission costs 1,000 yen (around $9) for adults over the age of 19. There are also numerous discounted admission rates based on age. To purchase tickets, and to find out more information, head to the Ghibli Museum's website.

  狂热和业余动画爱好者喜欢吉卜力博物馆。博物馆展示了宫崎骏吉卜力工作室(日本着名动画公司,制作“千与千寻”,“波妞”等)的作品。不要指望正式的室内展品。该设施古怪的室内设计模仿动画工作室。还有一个孩子们玩耍的地方(配备了一辆真人大小的模糊的猫巴士),一个阅览室里摆满了博物馆推荐的书籍,还有一个屋顶花园里有人物雕塑,包括“Castle In The Castle天空。” 你甚至可以看一个专门在博物馆玩的短片,每个月都会旋转。考虑到确保门票和博物馆的拆除位置是非常困难的,旅客们说如果你是宫崎粉丝,访问这个景点只值得额外的努力。奉献者喜欢有机会迷失在导演的神奇世界,许多人说博物馆执行完美。唯一的不足的地方就是礼品店一般都很昂贵。即使狂热的粉丝也对这家店的高价格感到失望。英国游客也警告说,英国的标志和标语在这里很少。在位于东京东部的井之头公园内的三鹰市附近可以找到吉卜力博物馆。乘坐JR中央线到三鹰地铁站,然后沿着玉川州水井“水”行走大约15分钟到达博物馆。欢迎游客周三至周一上午10点至下午6点。请注意,您必须提前购买门票。门票可在每个月的10号提前一个月的网上购买。旅行者说,门票最好提前在网上买好,因为这些门票和有可能在一个小时的时间内就卖光了。对于成年人,19岁以上的成年人入场费为1000日元(约合9美元)。根据年龄也有许多折扣入场券。要购买门票,并了解更多信息,请前往吉卜力博物馆网站。

  15.东京塔

  关键信息:成人900日元(约合8.40美元),学生500日元(4.65美元), 4岁以上儿童400日元(约合3.75美元)。每天上午9点至晚上11点。

  The Japanese remake of the Eiffel Tower serves a predominately practical purpose. The orange and white tower, which rises 1,092 feet into the air, serves as a radio and television broadcasting structure supporting 62 miles of frequencies. The tower also caters to tourists, offering two observation decks, one at 490 feet (the main observatory) and one at 819 feet (the special observatory). The observation decks offer 360-degree views of Tokyo's sprawling cityscape and come equipped with guides pointing out notable buildings in the skyline. And if you visit on a really clear day, you'll be able to spot Mount Fuji in the distance. The Tokyo Tower also has its own cafe, where patrons can sip tea while admiring the views, as well as Club 333, a music venue that hosts performances daily. And if you're on the hunt for souvenirs, travelers say this is a surprisingly great place to peruse thanks to all the on-site shops.Unlike its French counterpart, the best time to visit the Tokyo Tower is at night, according to reviewers. That's because the tower lights up beautifully, and often in multiple colors depending on when you visit. You'll also encounter stunning vistas from atop Tokyo SkyTree, a much taller tower located about 8 miles northwest, but you'll have to combat hordes of fellow tourists. Recent visitors said of the two towers, this one is less crowded.

  日本建造的埃菲尔铁塔有一个主要的实用目的。橙色和白色的塔高1092英尺,是一个无线电和电视广播结构,支持62英里的频率。这座塔还为游客提供了两个观景台,一个是490英尺(主要的天文台),一个是819英尺(特别的天文台)。观景台提供了360度俯瞰东京广阔的城市景观的景观,并配备了指南,指出地平线上的著名建筑。如果你在一个非常晴朗的日子去游览,你就能在远处发现富士山。东京塔也有自己的咖啡馆,在那里,顾客可以一边欣赏风景,一边啜饮茶水,同时还能欣赏到每天都有演出的音乐场馆——333俱乐部。如果你正在寻找纪念品,游客们会说,这是一个非常棒的地方,因为所有的现场商店都是如此。

  据评论家说,与法国同行不同的是,参观东京塔的最佳时间是在晚上。那是因为塔的灯光很美,而且经常会有多种颜色,这取决于你什么时候去。你还会在东京的天空之树(Tokyo SkyTree)上遇到令人惊叹的美景,这座高塔位于西北8英里处,但你必须与成群结队的游客作战。最近的游客说这两座塔比较不拥挤。你可以从Akabanebashi和Onarimon地铁站里找到东京塔。主要观景台的门票是成人900日元(约合8美元),4岁及以下儿童的350日元(约合3美元)。东京塔从早上9点开放到晚上11点。想了解更多信息,请登录东京塔的网站。

  四、最佳酒店

  Conrad Tokyo东京康莱德酒店

  Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi东京丸之内四季酒店

  Grand Hyatt Tokyo东京君悦酒店

  五、省钱小技巧

  Visit the free attractions Here's a list to get you started: Tsukiji Market, Meiji Shrine, Imperial Palace, Sensoji Temple and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office. And that's not including Tokyo's many must-visit neighborhoods and parks.

  Buy vintage And by "vintage," we mean the apparel that arrived in stores a month ago and has already been recycled to thrift stores. Tokyo fashions last for a mere second, so don't try and keep up. Buying vintage will make you look "classic" in Japan and cutting-edge back in the States.

  Eat Japanese food This one might seem self-evident, but we need to mention it again. Dining at Western-style restaurants will cut into your budget, so eat delectable sashimi and ramen at local spots.

  我们为您提供了一个免费景点的列表,可以让你开始参观的时候有所选择:筑地市场,明治神宫,故宫,Sensoji寺和东京都政府办公室。这还不包括东京许多必游的社区和公园。

  买古董和“古董”,我们指的是一个月前到达商店的衣服,已经被回收到旧货店。东京时装只持续了一秒钟,所以不要试图跟上潮流。买古董会让你在日本看起来像“经典”,在美国也会显得前卫。

  吃日本料理,这一点似乎是不言自明的,但我们需要再提一下。在西餐厅用餐将会削减你的预算,所以要在当地的地方吃美味的生鱼片和拉面。

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