36 Hours In...Tokyo
Palace Hotel Tokyo is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

1. Palace Hotel Tokyo

9.1
(パレスホテル東京)
丸の内1-1-1, Tokyo, Tōkyō
Hotel · Ōtemachi · 38 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: Special treat: The Palace Hotel (0081 3 3211 5211; en.palacehoteltokyo.com) is an elegant hotel with contemporary interiors, great dining options and views of the Imperial Palace moat. From £295.

Hotel CLASKA / クラスカ is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

2. Hotel CLASKA / クラスカ

8.3
中央町1-3-18, Meguro, Tōkyō
Hotel · 16 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: Mid-range: Ideally located for those keen to explore local life, the Claska (0081 3 3719 8121; claska.com/en) has modern interiors, good food and a creative vibe. From £145.

Park Hyatt Tokyo is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

3. Park Hyatt Tokyo

9.3
(パーク ハイアット 東京)
西新宿3-7-1, Tokyo, Tōkyō
Hotel · Nishishinjuku · 100 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: 5pm: Get your bearings by heading to the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt (tokyo.park.hyatt.com) – aka “that hotel” from Lost In Translation – and watch the sun set.

Sometaro is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

4. Sometaro

8.7
(染太郎)
西浅草2-2-2 (菊水通り), Tokyo, Tōkyō
Okonomiyaki Restaurant · Asakusa · 24 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: Noon: Refuel nearby at the family-run Sometaro (sometaro.com), which serves a hearty okonomiyaki lunch of Japanese-style pancakes. Dinner around Y1,200 (£9).

アソビットシティ is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

5. アソビットシティ

6.4
外神田1-15-18, Tokyo, Tōkyō
Toy / Game Store · Akihabara · 11 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: 4pm: The energetic should hop on a train to Akihabara, aka Electric Town, and have a quick shop in gadget nirvana Laox Duty Free (1-15-3 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku; 0081 3 3255 5301; laox.co.jp).

Tsukiji Outer Market is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

6. Tsukiji Outer Market

8.9
(築地場外市場)
築地4, Tokyo, Tōkyō
Fish Market · Tsukiji · 57 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: Day Two (5am): Rise before sunrise and head to Tsukiji, the world’s biggest fish market. Peruse rows of unidentifiable maritime creatures before tucking into the world’s freshest sushi breakfast.

Oriental Bazaar is one of 36 Hours In...Tokyo.

7. Oriental Bazaar

7.6
(オリエンタルバザー)
神宮前5-9-13 (喜多重ビル), Tokyo, Tōkyō
Gift Shop · Kita Aoyama · 13 tips and reviews

Telegraph ManagerTelegraph Manager: 10am: Next stop, Omotesando. Wander along the wide boulevard in the direction of Harajuku, picking up some souvenirs at Oriental Bazaar (orientalbazaar.co.jp; closed Thurs) along the way.