We change pace a little now, visiting a number of temples & shrines, as well as the Imperial Palace East Garden. The latter is not open every day of the week so it’s important to get your timing right.
Then it’s a quick trip north to the areas of Ueno and Asakusa.
There’s a lot to do here but I haven’t listed all the possibilities my any means. But go ahead and add some more sights if you’ve got the time & energy.
walk to Shiba-kōen
see the Tokyo Tower
see the Zojo-ji temple
train to Ōtemachi (Mita Line)
see Imperial Palace East Garden
walk to Tōkyō Station
train to Ueno (JR Yamanote Line)
see Ameya-yokochō outdoor markets
lunch @ sushi train
train to Asakusa (Ginza Line)
see Nakamise-dōri markets
see Sensō-ji temple
see Sky Tree (from a distance)
train to Tameike-sannō (Ginza Line)
train to Azabu-jūban (Namboku Line)
drink @ The Tipplers Arms
walk to Roppongi
dinner @ Meat Man
walk to Azabu-jūban