Shibuya Crossing, one of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections, has become somewhat of a tourist attraction in its own right.et on the banks of Tokyo Bay, with great views of the city skyline,the Tokyo Imperial Palace occupies the site of the original Edo Castle the Tokugawa shogunate's castle, which was once the largest fortress in the world. Located in the center of Tokyo, the palace is surrounded by moats and serene gardens.At 1,092 feet (333 meters) tall, Tokyo Tower is an impressive Japanese landmark offering 360-degree views of the city from its two observation decks. Akihabara, also commonly known as “Electric Town,” is the go-to district in Tokyo for electronics—and a popular spot to immerse in anime and manga culture. The area’s hundreds of stores sell everything from computer parts to home goods. trendy nightclubs, Tokyo’s upscale shopping district of Ginza is a chic, cosmopolitan adventure. dine at some of Tokyo’s best restaurants. And, then, of course, there’s the shopping.