If you are planning to visit Tokyo in 2021 to watch the Olympic games, we suggest that you plan for at least a week-long trip as Tokyo has a lot more to offer to tourists apart from the main event. There are plenty of sightseeing destinations and entertainment waiting for you after you come out of the stadium. Here are the top things in Tokyo that you can do during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Visit the Tokyo Skytree
The Tokyo Skytree provides a wide view of the entire city and a promising beautiful sunset. What might impress you more is the all you can drink beer at the Tokyo Skytree Town. When you come out of the stadium, this can be the place for you to relax and enjoy a chilled beer, sitting 30 floors up looking at city lights at night.
Go Gokarting in Akihabara
You can play the Nintendo Mario cart live while dressed as the Mario universe characters. You can cruise your go-kart through the streets of Tokyo. You will need a driving license to drive a go-kart around Tokyo. The staff will help you learn the rules of the road and also teach you how to drive a go-kart if you have not driven it before.
Drink All You Can Sake
Sake is a specialty of Japan made with rice and works like wine. The best part is you can drinks sake all you can at the Kuranda Sake Market in Tokyo. You can sample over 100 different types of sake. Find a local who can guide you through the best drinks. The place will always be crowded, so you will have to struggle to find a seat if you are ready to try a new beverage.
Enjoy the Robot culture
Japan is known for many weirdly entertaining things, and robots are among them. The Robot Restaurant in Tokyo is filled with robots. This restaurant has the complete essence of what a robot restaurant would look like. Catch a glimpse of the Robo-Pop culture of japan in this restaurant filled with neon lights, warrior girls, giant cobras, and mirrors. Be ready to be surprised by the dancing horses if you arrive at the restaurant at the right time.
Wear a kimono
When you are looking to capture a few good memories from your Japan trip, you cannot miss getting dressed up in a kimono. Stroll down the streets of Asakusa and wear a traditional kimono. You can wear the traditional kimonos that the locals wear during the hot days or try out the outfit worn by graduating students in Japan. Take the help of a guide to help you look as traditional as you can with the complete kimono accessories. You can take your dress for rent and travel around the streets of Asakusa for the entire day.