It attracts visitors not only from abroad but also from all over the country with its concentration of businesses and commercial facilities, a well-developed traffic network, and countless cultural establishments and tourist destinations. The Tokyo Station building is Tokyo's oldest brick structure and the world’s tallest freestanding broadcasting tower TOKYO SKYTREE, are just two examples of sightseeing spots full of history and tradition.
Tokyo is a treasure trove of spots fun for adults and children alike, featuring a theme park or giant amusement park, a museum or relax at a hot spring resort. Tokyo offers a surprisingly large number of spots to enjoy camping and barbeques, and swimming other sporting activities, all without traveling very far.
The Tama area has developed as a residential district and Okutama is a popular vacationland full of mountains, lakes, and valleys that serve as natural tourist resources for hiking, camping, and viewing autumnal leaves and limestone caves.
The Izu Islands lie in the Pacific Ocean Each island has its own character and attracts flocks of tourists seeking scenic beauty on top of marine sports and fishing. The Ogasawara Islands are listed as a World Heritage Site, and almost their entirety is included in Ogasawara National Park.
Tokyo has been chosen to host the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. Tokyo will host the first ever 'downtown’ games. Athletes and spectators will have short travel times thanks to Tokyo’s plan to stage the ‘world's most compact Olympics'.