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Tokyo, which was called Edo until 1868, is Japan's capital. With 23 city wards and numerous towns and villages surrounding it, Tokyo’s also the planet’s most populated metropolitan area. Today, it counts among the world's greatest capital cities. Visitors to the city find numerous options for shopping, entertainment and world-class dining. Tokyo also boasts a plethora of historic temples, interesting museums and lush gardens, including those that surround its Imperial Palace.
If your travels have brought you to Tokyo, you'll find the city and its people warm and inviting. Bounce is proud to have many partners in the city that will make your visit here more comfortable. These businesses can provide you with a place to store your luggage in Tokyo, which frees up your hands to take pictures, to try some of Tokyo's tastiest street foods and to take part in the many other activities you'll find in the heart of Japan's capital.
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Luggage storage in Tokyo costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Tokyo. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Tokyo as never been easier.
Shibuya Station services millions of people a year. However, to say that it's just a train station in Tokyo doesn't quite do this transportation hub much justice. Shibuya Station stretches out over many parts of the street. Some of the train station’s buildings are located above ground and some of them below. In other words, Shibuya station has more than one building, and none of these buildings are in the same place, making it a very interesting place to navigate.
One side of the station, Hachiko, is named after a faithful little dog who would wait for his master to come from work each day. Hachiko continued to wait at the train station, even after his master died. In fact, the sweet dog waited for his master for 10 years. Hachiko is memorialized today at Shibuya Station with a statue. The Hachiko entrance is a major rendezvous point for people who want to meet up at the train station.
Surrounding Shibuya Station is gigantic screens, which flash Kanji and neon day and night. This gives Shibuya the look of a cyberpunk film, like “Blade Runner.” It’s one of Tokyo's most popular spots. Area visitors find excellent shops, filled with the latest fashions, restaurants filled with tasty Japanese fare and streets filled with plenty of nightlife offerings that make staying out late in Tokyo a lot of fun. It is also one of the best places for you to find a storage spot for your luggage in the city. Bounce has many partners in the area who would be happy to hold on to your bags while you explore a night on the town.
Housed in a stunning vintage-style red brick building, Tokyo Station counts as one of the city’s most impressive sites. Visitors love to come here to check out the architecture. Those who aren't that interested in Tokyo station’s architecture might be interested in the station's bullet trains. It counts as one of Japan's major hubs for this style of train. It's truly a revelation for the curious traveler.
Like Shibuya Station, this area has plenty to offer in terms of restaurants, shopping, and business. You'll find stunning traditional Japanese architecture, Japanese sake, and even a sweets shop. There are shopping and other offerings on both sides of the ticket turnstile, so to speak.
Disembarking from a train at Tokyo Station puts you in the heart of many of Tokyo's most important landmarks. It's right by the Imperial Palace and is in the midst of the Marunouchi District, which has ties going all the way back to the Edo period. Tokyo Station also counts as one of the best places for you to look for luggage storage in Tokyo. Check out the Bounce app to find one of our partner businesses near the station. These businesses include shops, hotels, and other easy-to-find destinations, making bag storage in Tokyo very convenient.
Like the TV tower in Berlin, the Tokyo Skytree counts as one of the city's most impressive and certainly, tallest landmarks. With a soaring height of 634 meters, it's among the tallest structures in the world. When it was completed, it was the tallest structure in the world.
If you are brave enough, you can go up and take a look at Tokyo from a more bird's-eye point-of-view. The Tokyo Skytree has observation decks, one 350 meters up and one 450 meters up. These two observation decks are among the highest observation decks in the world. But that’s not all. You'll also find Musashi Sky Restaurant and a souvenir shop high above Tokyo’s streets, where you can buy trinkets to remember your day at this important Tokyo landmark.
Storing your bags in Tokyo allows you to visit the Tokyo Skytree without being weighed down by your bags. Bounce’s partners in and around the Skytree provide you with a secure place to store your belongings while you go sightseeing. Bag storage in Tokyo is just a click of our app away.
Each year 85 million people, give or take, come in and out of Tokyo's Haneda International Airport. Until 1978, Haneda Airport was Tokyo's primary International Airport. Today, it is one of the busiest airports in the world. It counts as Asia's third-busiest and is the fourth busiest on the planet. This Airport sees its fair share of major airlines from around the world, including Air Canada, Air China, Air France, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Lufthansa.
While many airports in the world look surprisingly similar, that is not the case with Tokyo's Haneda International Airport. Its first level looks like an old town. On this level, you'll find many tasty examples of traditional Japanese dishes, a sweet shop or two and even a slice of pizza. Level two houses Tokyo Pop Town, which is separated into the Cool Zone and The Hot Zone. You'll discover lots of fun things, including the Planetarium Starry Cafe, which is the world’s first in-airport planetarium. You don't even have to leave the airport to have a picnic under the stars.
If your travels take you through Haneda International Airport, then you will want to look up one of Bounces partners. You'll find plenty of businesses that offer luggage storage in Tokyo near here.
Narita International Airport handles about 50% of Japan's international passenger traffic. This Airport is a hub for Nippon Cargo Airlines, Japan Airlines, and Nippon Airways. Jetstar Japan and Vanilla Air also fly into and out of this Airport. Approximately 30 million passengers come through this airport each year: It connects passengers that come from a network of 101 cities located in 33 countries to their destinations of choice around the world.
If your travels bring you to Narita International Airport, then one of our area partners would be happy to take your bags, so that you can explore the area in and around the airport before you embark on the next leg of your journey. Check out the Bounce app on your tablet or phone to find bag storage in Tokyo near this Airport.
Japan's Imperial Palace is truly the stuff of fairy tales. Located on the previous site of Edo Castle and surrounded by massive stone walls and even moats, this place is the place where Japan's Imperial family calls home. This structure and the grounds that it stands on have quite a history. When it was Edo Castle, the Tokugawa Shogun resided they're from the year 1603 until 1867. Following that, it became the Imperial Palace after the shogunate was overthrown. World War II saw the building being destroyed and reconstructed in the same style.
Visitors will marvel at the beauty of the bridges that connect the streets with the palace. The waters that fill the surrounding moats reflect the bridges in the trees that give a backdrop to the Imperial Palace. Those who like more outdoor pursuits should try a jog around what some might call the “unofficial Imperial Palace running track,” a scenic five-kilometer byway that's lined with plenty of greenery and great views of the moat surrounding the Imperial Palace.
It’s possible to take guided tours of the palace grounds. These tours take about 75 minutes and are conducted in both Japanese and English. If you're visiting the Imperial Palace and don't want to be weighed down by your bags, then look at your Bounce app to find a drop spot for your bags in Tokyo near the palace.
Shinjuku is one of Tokyo Japan's special wards. It represents one of the country's major administrative centers and commercial hot spots. It is also home to the world's largest train station Shinjuku Train Station. The surrounding ward has a population of 337,000 people. Since World War II ended, this ward has been one of Tokyo's major hubs.
The streets of this ward bustle with foot and car traffic. Visitors to the area find excellent shopping opportunities at many department stores, underground malls and other types of shops in the area. Within this ward are several districts including the Skyscraper District and the Kabukichō district, where city visitors will find restaurants hosted by robots and even the Samurai Museum.
People who visit Shinjuku come here to shop, to catch a night of traditional Japanese theater, called Kabuki or to eat at one of the many world-class restaurants in the area. Be sure to check out your options for luggage storage in Tokyo in or near this ward. Our Bounce partners will gladly stash your bags while you go out and play in one of Japan's most interesting areas.
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The gateway to Tokyo is through busy Narita Airport. Nearby Narita is a must-see destination and can easily be visited on your way to Tokyo. To avoid dragging luggage along, locate a Bounce partner to safely store your gear before you head to your accommodation.
Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Tokyo?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Omoide-Yokocho, Robot Restaurant, and Kawaii Monster Cafe. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Tokyo are Hotel Mets Shibuya, Hotel Gracery Shinjuku, and Airbnb. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Tokyo are Nine hours Akasaka, Khaosan Tokyo SAMURAI, and Khaosan Tokyo Origami.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Tokyo?
Tokyo offers several scenic parks including Ueno Imperial Grant Park, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, and Chidorigafuchi.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Tokyo?
If you're looking for a good museum in Tokyo, we recommend Tokyo National Museum, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (MOMAT), and Tokyo Anime Center. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Tokyo's most popular historical attractions including National Museum of Western Art, Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery, or Heritage Site and monuments like Statue of Liberty, Kusunoki Masashige, or 首尾の松跡. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Site of Five-storied Pagoda, Main Donjon, or Site of Ōoku.
Where can I store my luggage in Tokyo?
We've partnered with local Tokyo businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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