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Welcome to the trip planner overview, we hope that by using this tool you can plan your perfect trip to Japan. To create your first trip, simply log into your free Tokyo Creative account and click the ‘Add to trip’ button which can be found on each of this website's 20,000 sights and hotels.

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Suggested trip sights

Sight in Fukuoka

Kasanoya

Quintessentially Japanese, Kasanoya is famous for selling traditional red-bean sweets.

Sight in Tokyo

Gyukatsu Aona (Takadanobaba)

Located a short walk from Takadanobaba Station, this restaurant serves rare beef cutlet with a fresh salad, rice and soup. As they use the lean part of domestic

Sight in Chiba

Sanrio Gift Gate (Aeon Mall Makuhari New City)

A shop dedicated to Sanrio characters, such as Hello Kitty and My Melody.

Sight in Tokyo

Bravo Chicken

Specializing in fried chicken, or karaage in Japanese, this small restaurant is especially popular among locals for take-out, due to the limited seating availab

Sight in Okinawa

Blue Seal (Toyosaki)

This Blue Seal ice cream parlor is located on the grounds of the Tomiton Shopping Mall in Toyosaki, Tomigusuku.

Sight in Iwate

Iwate Prefecture Auditorium

Designed by Koichi Sato, Iwate Prefecture Auditorium exemplifies landmark architecture from the Taisho Period (1912-1926).

Sight in Ibaraki

Art Tower Mito

This complex, comprising a contemporary art gallery, a theater and a concert hall, derives its name from the 100-meter-tall tower on its premises. Visitors can

Sight in Tokyo

Mirror Wall

Strike your pose in this diamond like dome — one of Tokyo's most instagram worthy spots.

Sight in Mie

Ise Jingu Shrine (Naiku)

Ise Jingu, consisting of Naiku (inner shrine) and Geku (outer shrine), is one of Shinto's holiest and most important sites in Japan.


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When you create a trip, you can either keep it private or make it public. Public trips are listed below and can be discovered by other members of the TC community.