By Arezki Beloucif, he Parisian jazz vocalist who manifested his love for Japan in making the sprawling, organic and enchanting city of Tokyo his new home.
Edited by Holly Stark
When planning an independent Japanese adventure and travelling to Tokyo alone, it’s crucial to see everything you were hoping to. Whether you’re taking the plunge with your first ever solo trip or are already a keen independent traveller, discover how to make the most out of your trip, uncover the best when seeking where to go in Tokyo alone and enjoy a Tokyo solo travel guide that encompasses the ideal mix of Tokyo’s temples and shrines, dynamic and electric neighbourhoods, food spots and nightlife. Tokyo’s traditional restaurants and charming cultural attractions provide some of the many great things to do in Tokyo alone. Navigating independently is no trouble at all as Tokyo transportation is efficient with good train links. Regardless of how you travel, make this trip for you and relish in the eclectic mixture of well-lit verandas, izakaya, green space, high-rise buildings and shrines. Whether your priority is sweet Harajuku treats, great city views or quirky neighbourhoods, you won’t be stuck for what to do in Tokyo alone as you uncover its many layers. So long as you’re travelling with an open mind, you will be sure to have fun.