Start the day properly, by enjoying a sushi breakfast in the famous Tsukiji Fish Market; then take a leisurely boat ride along the Sumida River from Asakusa. Families can head to Tokyo Disneyland or Sanrio Puroland for lunch and fun, before exploring the futuristic, neon-lit districts of Shibuya and Shinkuju after dark.
Tranquillity is an important concept in Japanese culture, so there are plenty of open spaces and parks for you to enjoy when you travel to Tokyo. Inokashira Park is particularly dazzling in the spring, while the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace are great for a serene stroll. Ride the Yurikamome elevated train across from Shimbashi station to Odaiba and have a go on the enormous Ferris wheel there.