Popular places to visit in Hamamatsucho
Ride roller coasters and watch theatrical shows as you witness the magic of Disney come to life at this family-friendly amusement park and resort.
Find yourself wowed by stunning 360-degree panoramic views of Tokyo from its newest and highest tower.
No, you're not in Paris, though this Eiffel-inspired structure and Tokyo landmark might make you think you've been transported to Europe.
Top things to do in Hamamatsucho
Go-Kart Experience on Tokyo Roads
Hop-On / Off Bus Tour in Tokyo
Sumo Demonstration & Chankonabe Hotpot Lunch
Tsukiji Fish Market Food and Cultural Walking Tour
Day Tour to Mt. Fuji 5th Station, Oshino Hakkai & Shopping
90-Min. Ninja+Samurai Combined Workshop : Wear Ninja+Samurai Garbs (4 techs)
Top hotels in Hamamatsucho
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