• Osaka Castle is one of Japans most famous landmarks as it played a major role in the final days of the Sengoku Period. The castle keep is wheelchair accessible.

    Osaka Castle

    • Located just off the coast near Kamakura, Enoshima is a small island that offers good seafood and views of Mount Fuji but very limited wheelchair accessibility.


    • Nightime viewing of the beautifully illuminated five story Pagoda and entry Gate of the Sensoji Temple grounds.


    • The Kabukiza Theater is a tourist friendly way to delve into some traditional Japanese culture that is also very accessible to visitors with special needs.


    • Kasai Rinkai Park is the second largest park in Tokyo and will be a venue for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics. It is a great, accessible option for enjoying nature within Tokyo.

    Kasai Rinkai Park

    • Roppongi is a mixture of art galleries, nightlife and corporate offices, and while Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown are accessible, much of the nightlife is not.