1. Shinjuku Goyen National Garden
It is an American spot in a Japanese state. It is not at all expensive to enter and totally worth the money. The beautiful trees and the regularly maintained grass will give nature lovers the time of their lives. The trees will make you feel you are in a real forest. There are English, French and Japanese gardens for all to roam. It is near subway station which makes it easier for tourists to reach. Those who visit it never forget its exquisite beauty.
2. Meiji Jingu
It is a shrine which is known for its peaceful atmosphere and the beautiful gardens surrounding it. It was built for the Emperor and Empress Meiji in 1920. The structural as well as spiritual experiences are unforgettable. It offers visitors a refreshing and spiritual experience. It is refreshing not only for the mind and soul but also foe the body. Weekends at the shrine are crowded but more interesting because traditional Japanese weddings are held. There is a lot of reading that can be done here; signs with historical context are found in abundance.
3. Shinjuku Station
It is the center of the district. Being one of the busiest areas of Tokyo it has plenty of attractions for tourists. Shopping, eating and watching are all the things that can be done in this neighborhood. Good for all kinds of entertainment for locals and tourists alike. For first timers this part of the city is best for connecting.
4. Tokyo Sky Tower
With great views of the city, the skyscraper is one of the best. There is a fee to getting up but after seeing the view you'll want to give more money to go there regularly. The views of such a bright and lively city are worth every cent you spend on admission. The view from that height will make you wonder about the enormous bustling city. There are two options; either take a ride to 350 meters or go to 450 meters for an additional fee. Whatever you choose it'll be amazing either way.
5. Sensoji Temple
A Buddhist and the oldest temple in Tokyo, the Sensoji Temple is busy and colorful. There is a lot of crowd because of the many trinket shops. The place is impressive but the crowd makes it difficult for tourists to navigate. Most people who visit the temple love it but the excessive rush makes people tired and lost so it's better not to spend much time there. However, the grounds are beautiful and the temple itself is wonderful. It had to be rebuilt after WWII but it still remains an inspiring structure.