Top 10 Tourist Attractions & Best Things to Do in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan

At a glance, Shinagawa is one of the busiest office districts in Tokyo, but actually the area actually accommodates many great sightseeing spots that worth to visit when you’re in Tokyo! With an easy access from the airports and from Tokyo Station, Shinagawa is a great place for you to stop by when visiting Tokyo!


1. Shinagawa Aquarium

1. Shinagawa Aquarium

Shinagawa Aquarium is located within 8-minute walk from Omori Station, and it is very famous among the locals and the tourists as well. The aquarium accommodates many sea creatures, but the jellyfish collections at Shinagawa Aquarium are superb!

At the Jellyfish Photo Studio Aquarium, you will be able to see the cute jellyfish swimming slowly in the fish tanks. Only at this aquarium, you can take pictures surrounded by many glowing jellyfish!

■Information
Name: Shinagawa Aquarium
Address: 3-2-1 Katsushima, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3762-3433
Business Hours: 10:00-17:00
Closed on Tuesdays and January 1
Access: Within 8-minute walk from Omori Station

Website: http://www.aquarium.gr.jp/
Map: Map to Shinagawa Aquarium

2. Bunko no Mori Park

2.  Bunko no Mori Park
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Located within 7-minute walk from Togoshi Koen Station, Bunko no Mori Park is a simple big park with a pond in the middle of it.

With its huge size, Bunko no Mori Park became one of the most famous picnic spots in Tokyo. The park has a small tracks for visitors to walk on, and visitors can also enjoy the gorgeous view of the seasonal flowers as well!

■Information
Name: Bunko no Mori Park
Address: 1-16-23 Yutakacho, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access: Within 7-minute walk from Togoshi Koen Station

Website: http://www.city.shinagawa.tokyo.jp/
Map: Map to Bunko no Mori Park

3. Shinagawa Historical Museum

3. Shinagawa Historical Museum
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Shinagawa Historical Museum is located within 15-minute walk from Oimachi Station, and you can learn the history of Shinagawa district at this museum.

From the ancient history to the modern history, you can learn the history of Shinagawa through the books and the artefacts collections exhibited at this museum.

Inside the museum, you can also enjoy relaxing at the Japanese garden. The admission fee to the museum is JPY 100 for adults, and free if you only visit the Japanese garden only!

■Information
Name: Shiangawa Historical Museum
Address: 6-11-1 Ooi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3777-4060
Business Hours: 9:00-17:00
Closed on Mondays, National Holidays, end of year, and new year
Access: Within 15-minute walk from Oimachi Station

Website: http://www.city.shinagawa.tokyo.jp/
Map: Map to Shiangawa Historical Museum

4. O Art Museum

4. O Art Museum
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O Art Museum is medium size museum located within 1-minute walk from Osaki Station.

O Art Museum always has something exhibited; from Japanese traditional artwork to modern artwork, making this museum a great spot to visit when you’re around Shinagawa!

■Information
Name: O Art Museum
Address: Osaki New City Building 2 2F, 1-6-2 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3495-4040
Business Hours: 10:00-18:30
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Osaki Station

Website: http://www.shinagawa-culture.or.jp/
Map: Map to O Art Museum

5. Sony Archives

5. Sony Archives
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Sony Archives is located within 15-minute walk from Shinagawa Station, and you can find at least 250 products of Sony displayed there. You can learn not just the company history of Sony, but also the technology innovation that Sony has made through the years.

Available upon reservation only, Sony Archives is definitely to visit when you’re around Shinagawa!

■Information
Name: Sony Archives
Address: 6-6-39 Kita Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-5448-4455
Business Hours: 10:00-17:00
Closed on the weekends, national holidays, and office holidays
Admission Fee: Free (Reservation is a must)
Access: Within 15-minute walk from Shinagawa Station

Website: https://www.sony.co.jp/
Map: Map to Sony Archives

 
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6. Oisuijin Park

6. Oisuijin Park
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Oisuijin Park is located right by Omori Station, and it is famous for its beautiful cherry blossom flowers in the Spring.

We strongly recommend you to visit Oisuijin Park in late March and early April to see the full bloom cherry blossoms.

You can have a picnic under the cherry blossom trees during the day, and in the evening, you should visit Oisuijin Park for its gorgeous view of night cherry blossoms (yozakura)!

■Information
Name: Oisuijin Park
Address: 6-14-2 Minami Oi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access: Right beside Omori Station

Map: Map to Oisuijin Park

7. Sengakuji Temple

7. Sengakuji Temple

Sengakuji is a Zen Buddhist Temple located in Takanawa, nearby Shinagawa Station and Sengakuji Station in Tokyo. The temple can be reached within 1-minute walk from Sengakuji Station, and it is famous as the home of the forty-seven ronin.

At Sengakuji, you can learn the ancient culture and history of Japan, and you can also see the tombs of the forty-seven ronin as well!

■Information
Name: Sengakuji Temple
Address: 2-11-1 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3441-5560
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Sengakuji Station

Website: http://www.sengakuji.or.jp/
Map: Map to Sengakuji Temple

8. The Cruise Club Tokyo

8. The Cruise Club Tokyo
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At The Cruise Club Tokyo, you can enjoy a lunch, tea time, or dinner cruise programs while cruising along the Tokyo Bay with a ship named Lady Crystal.

The Cruise Club Tokyo is perfect to celebrate wonderful moments with your loved ones or the families. Depending on the season, The Cruise Club Tokyo offers discounts such as: premium week dinner cruise plan during the end of year and family discounts.

The Cruise Club Tokyo is definitely a great choice if you want to experience something different when you are in Tokyo!

■Information
Name: The Cruise Club Tokyo
Address: Sea Fort Square 1F, 2-3-16 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3450-4300
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tennozu Isle Station

Website: http://cctokyo.co.jp/
Map: Map to The Cruise Club Tokyo

9. DEAN & DELUCA

9. DEAN & DELUCA
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DEAN & DELUCA is a food shop that sells many different types of food from all over the world. The shop is located inside the Shinagawa Station Atre, and it offers not just dry food, but also deli and pastries as well.

If you’re looking more fashionable food souvenirs for your family back home, then DEAN & DELUCA is a perfect choice for you!

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■Information
Name: DEAN & DELUCA
Address: 2-18-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-6717-0935
Access: Direct Connection from Shinagawa Station

Website: http://www.deandeluca.co.jp/
Map: Map to DEAN & DELUCA

10. T.Y. Harbor

10. T.Y. Harbor
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T.Y. Harbor is located within 5-minute walk from Tennozu Isle Station and is famous for its beautiful harbor view. The restaurant is located right beside a beer brewery, so you can enjoy delicious freshly brewed craft beer at T.Y. Harbor!

You can also enjoy eating delicious burgers and pizza at this restaurant as well!

■Information
Name: T.Y. Harbor
Address: 2-1-3 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-5479-4555
Access: Within 5-minute walk from Tennozu Isle Station

Website: https://www.tysons.jp/
Map: Map to T.Y. Harbor

Enjoy the sight-seeing spots in Shinagawa!

Shinagawa is not only a busy office district, but it has a lot of sightseeing spots worth to visit when you are in Tokyo. With an easy access to Haneda Airport, Shinagawa is a great spot to stop by when you are in Tokyo!




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