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Start the day off at Asakusa, the place attracts visitors from all over the world looking for a taste of traditional downtown Tokyo. Take a guided tour by Jinrikisha, a two-wheeled passenger car pulled by a man also called as a rickshaw, to explore Asakusa to see the historical sight and it is an ideal cultural experience.

Afterwards, visit Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, located in the heart of downtown Tokyo and where a distinctive local culture had been developed during the Edo Period. The shopping street of over 200 meters, called Nakamise, leads from the outer gate to the temple's second gate, the Hozomon is the perfect souvenir hunting to get typical Japanese items such as kimono cloths.

While you are in the area, Tokyo Skytree, the world's highest standalone broadcast tower at 634 meters in height, is a must-visit spot in Tokyo. Enjoy panoramic views from the observation deck.

Finish off your busy day with dinner at The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo’s re-mastered Japanese restaurant, Hinokizaka, to enjoy the true essence of traditional, yet contemporary Japanese cuisine.