Loved by Tokyoites
Tokyoites suit up politely, shop maniacally, and seek peace in silence. From the ethereal cherry blossoms of Ueno Park to the eclectic pop-up shops of Nakameguro, discover what's loved by Tokyoites, as suggested by Tokyo hosts on Airbnb.
Where to stay: Known for its willingness to lead the way, Tokyo invites you to stay in a series of rooms in Nakagin Capsule Tower, a rare architectural example of Japanese Metabolism designed by Kisho Kurokawa in 1972.
Where to stay: Sliding doors and simple adornments exemplify a Japanese bedroom. Stay in a tea-worthy, tatami style room that highlights the fact you're in Japan.
Where to stay: The eyes of an animated creature peek from behind the table in this centrally located space. Find coffee shops and Obentos outside. Find comfort and quietude inside.
Local flavor: Cherry blossom season. Sakura, or the exercise of enjoying cherry blossoms, is beguilingly fruitful in Nakameguro. Tokyo's locals are entranced annually, between the end of March and the beginning of April.