Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Tokyo in 24 hours. Let's go! Set your alarm early and head over to the Toyosu Fish Market for some action. The brand new market complex replaced the inner section of the Tsukiji Fish Market and lots of the original restaurants and stalls have moved over. So go for a stroll and sit down for some super fresh breakfast sushi. If you're feeling like a special coffee make a stop by Satei Hato in Shibuya. This spot is an old school kissaten which are traditional Japanese coffee shops. It's been in business for many years and the owner still makes the coffees the traditional way. The little shop is dark, moody and looks like it hasn't changed for half a century. But it serves some great drinks and super tasty cakes. When you finish your coffee make your way to upscale Omotesandō for a stroll among the hills. Check out the boutiques for a unique souvenir and visit one of the many second-hand shops for some great deals on pre-loved fashion. Escape the busy streets of Tokyo and wander around the greenery of Yoyogi Park. Make your way down to Meiji Shrine to explore the city's most popular shrine and snap some pics with the iconic saké barrels. After a big day, nothing fulfills better than a bowl of ramen. Afuri Ramen has multiple spots throughout Tokyo and adds yuzu to their tsukemen and ramen for a refreshing and citrusy kick. Walk down to busy Takeshita Street for your doses of kawaii and some of the funkiest sweets in all of Tokyo. Wander along the strip and grab yourself some colorful cotton candy and sweet crepes. But if you only have room for one snack be sure not to miss the Croquant Chou Zaku Zaku at ZAKUZAKU. Made with fresh ingredients from Hokkaido, this life-changing cream puff is definitely the crispiest you'll ever taste. The best way to end any night in Tokyo is to explore the Golden Gai. The small network of alleys house tiny watering holes run by locals. Each bar has their own unique style and comes with its own personality. So go bar hopping, order a high ball and make new friends over a drink or two.