Your first stop today is the observation deck of the Tokyo Tower where you can get sweeping 360° views across the city and on a clear morning even Mount Fuji. Tokyo Tower is 1,091 ft / 333 m tall, making it the tallest man-made structure in Japan. Visit Happo-en Garden, embodies Japan's history of celebrating each of the four seasons.
Head to the center of the city now you will stop at the large plaza in front of the Imperial Palace, where you can view the Nijubashi (two bridges that form an entrance to the inner palace grounds). The palace buildings and inner gardens are not open to the public.
Then enjoy a Sumida River boat ride from Hinode pier to Asakusa. The river was the most important waterway for the development of Tokyo. Back on land the Asaukusa Kannon Temple - or Senso-ji - is a few minutes walk away. It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Adjacent to the temple is a Shinto shrine, the Asakusa Jinja and entrance to the temple is through the Nakamise shopping arcade, one of the oldest arcades in Japan dating back to the 17th century. Lunch is included.