Plan 1

Breakfast in Tsukiji, fresh off the boat

Try Tokyo’s freshest fish at Tsukiji Market

Take the bus from Haneda to Ginza. First stop: a local 24-hour restaurant.
Have something to eat and drink, and psyche yourself up for your holiday in Japan.
At 04:30, start exploring Tsukiji Market, taking in the hustle, the bustle, and of course some fresh seafood.
Take the bus to Ginza

02:00
Take the bus to Ginza

It’s a short 35 minutes by bus from Haneda Airport to Ginza Station (near Tsukiji).
It’s going to be a big night in Tokyo!
Take the bus to Ginza
Welcome to Ginza

02:35
Welcome to Ginza

From Ginza, home to the top fashion boutiques, stroll over to Tsukiji.
Welcome to Ginza
Approx. 15 minutes’ walk
Take a break at Denny’s

03:00
Take a break at Denny’s

Tsukiji Market doesn’t open for a while yet, so take a break at Denny’s Higashi-Ginza branch.
It’s open 24 hours, and has a huge menu, including all kinds of drinks and desserts.
Denny’s Higashi-Ginza Branch
Marutaka Bldg., 6-16-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Denny’s Higashi-Ginza Branch
Denny’s Higashi-Ginza Branch
I’m famished!
Denny’s Higashi-Ginza Branch
Approx. 20 minutes’ walk
Tsukiji Market
Tsukiji Market

04:30
Time to head to Tsukiji Market

So many shops, so full of life, so much fun. The ultra-fresh kaisendon seafood-on-rice bowl is the perfect breakfast.
Tsukiji Market
5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tsukiji Market
Tsukiji Market
I’ll have this one! No, this one! No…
Tsukiji Market
Tsukiji Market
Tsukiji Market
  • Breakfast in Tsukiji, fresh off the boat

    Enjoy the freshest, most succulent seafood for breakfast at Tsukiji Market, Japan’s premier fish market.

  • Sunrise in a soothing onsen bath

    Soak away your fatigue in hot springs so you’re refreshed and ready to meet the dawn and enjoy Tokyo.

  • All-night shopping
    and dining

    Try out the local izakaya and ramen restaurants, and get some souvenir shopping out of the way before sunup.

  • Sing your heart out
    at karaoke

    When it’s just you and your friends in a private karaoke room, you can sing, sing, sing your cares away.

  • Get pampered at a relaxing spa

    Soothe your body and mind all night at a resort spa so you’re relaxed and ready for fun by morning.

  • Get your otaku on deep in Akihabara

    Night time is a great time to check out Akihabara, the focal point of Japan’s distinctive otaku culture.

  • Sunrise by the iconic Tokyo Skytree

    Japan’s tallest structure, Tokyo Skytree, at dawn by the riverside is truly a sight to behold.

  • Soothe your weary body on hot stone baths

    Rest, weary traveler, at an oasis of relaxation in the middle of bustling Roppongi.

  • Haneda Airport is more than an airport

    If heading in to the city at night doesn’t appeal, get some sleep and freshen up at the airport’s First Cabin hotel.