• Nearly as high as the Tokyo Tower’s top observation deck, and located on the highest building in Shibuya, Shibuya Sky provides two very accessible and wonderful viewing levels of the Tokyo Skyline and its many landmarks.

    Shibuya Sky

    • Shinjuku Gyoen is one Tokyos largest parks and a very popular park to visit in the spring as it is one of the best places in Tokyo for cherry blossom viewing.

    Shinjuku Gyoen

    • The large accessible pavered main walkway leading to the many Museums found in Ueno Park.

    Ueno Park

    • Ginza is mostly a western-style high-end shopping center. Luckily, if you are browsing the many expensive stores you will find it mostly accessible to those with disabilities.

    Ginza

    • Zenyoji Temple is a small temple in Tokyo that is home to Yogo no Matsu, Japans widest pine tree, and it is incredibly wheelchair accessible.

    Zenyoji

    • Visiting Kawagoe makes for a great day trip from Tokyo where you can enjoy a glimpse of the Edo Period. Many of the attractions in the area are wheelchair accessible.

    Kawagoe