Check where you are going and how to get there before hand.
Carry the bare minimum- only take to essentials
BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS! Check weather forecast and plan accordingly
ALWAYS carry an umbrella
Eat at restaurants with tickets they are a lot cheaper
1 pound = 164 yen (2014)
The tube is cheaper so always take the tube
Do not look like a tourist or people will take advantage of you
Learn useful phrases!
Do not be loud and Do not use cellphone on buses or trains
Do not take pictures of other people without asking them Japanese people value privacy
Do not customize food orders
Do not show off your cleavage
Do not be to noticeable : stay under radar
Imperial palace and gardens
Meiji shrine and sensoji temple
TOKYO ANIME CENTRE
AKB48 CAFÉ AND GUNDAM CAFÉ
Akihabara Station is a busy station served by the JR Yamanote Line, JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, JR Sobu Line, the Tsukuba Express and the Hibiya Subway Line. Suehirocho Station on the Ginza Subway Line is located around the northern end of the district.
From Tokyo Station
Akihabara is two stations north of Tokyo Station by JR Yamanote or Keihin-Tohoku Line. The trip takes about three minutes and costs 130 yen. During weekday daytime, the Keihin-Tohoku Line skips the station between Tokyo and Akihabara, which shaves off a few more seconds from the travel time.