Tokyo, one of the four world-class cities in the world (along with London, New York, and Paris in the West), is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world and the largest city in Japan. It is ranked in the world city comprehensive strength list and the global city index Ranked fourth.

Tokyo is the perfect synonym for "modern Japan" in many people's minds. Travelers are full of expectations and yearning for this highly developed and prosperous city, and it has become the first destination for many people when they choose Japan to travel.

1. Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower is a radio tower located in Shiba Park, Tokyo, Japan. It is a landmark building and sightseeing spot in Tokyo. It was built on the model of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, and its official name is the Japan Radio Tower, which is also the old name of its operating organization. It is the second tallest structure in Japan after Tokyo Skytree.

2. Tokyo Sky Tree

Tokyo Skytree surpassed the record of Guangzhou Tower in China (600 meters) and became the world's tallest self-supporting radio tower (634 meters), second only to Dubai Burj Khalifa (828 meters), and is the second tallest building in the world.

The purpose of its construction is to reduce the barriers to radio wave transmission caused by the high-rise buildings in the center of Tokyo. Its design concept is "Creating an urban landscape that transcends time and space: a fusion of traditional Japanese beauty and futuristic design". The original color "Skytree White" is an original color based on the most elegant "blue and white", a traditional Japanese color.

3. Tokyo Dome

The Tokyo Dome is a 55,000-seat stadium located in the Bunkyo district of Tokyo, Japan. It is the home of the Japanese professional baseball team, the Yomiuri Giants, and also hosts basketball and American football games, as well as professional wrestling, mixed martial arts, K-1 events, and music performances.

The egg-shaped roof is an elastic membrane, which generally maintains the air pressure inside the dome at 0.3% higher than that outside the dome to keep the shape of the egg top.

4. Odaiba

Odaiba is also known as the "sub-capital of Linhai". It is an artificial island completely reclaimed from urban garbage. It is the latest entertainment venue in Tokyo. It is favored by young people and is a must for tourists from all over the world to visit Tokyo. place to swim.

5. National Art Museum

It is an art museum located in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, which opened on January 21, 2007. It is the fifth national art museum in Japan since the National Museum of Art (opened in 1977).

The museum is led by the Establishment Preparation Room of the National Art Museum of the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan and the National Museum of Art, an administrative corporation. It is located at the former site of the Production Research Institute of the University of Tokyo.

6. Kamakura Kokokumae Station

The most famous shot in the opening credits of "Slam Dunk", the gate where Sakuragi Hanamichi and Haruko wave their hands, was shot at the intersection of Kamakura High School Station.

This ordinary unmanned station has become a pilgrimage site in the hearts of countless fans, and it is the memory of the post-80s and 90s. The biggest feature and the most attractive part of the station is that it can see trains, railways, and sea views.