Pet Friendly Hotels in Tokyo

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Family Friendly Tokyo Hotels

    Hotel Gracery Shinjuku
    Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku
    Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba

No matter whether you are at home or on a holiday, you will want your pet to be with you as much as possible. We can imagine the pain and hassle of having to leave your furry friend behind. Your pet misses you, you miss your pet, and above all, you want to share the experience with your most loyal friend.

On top of that, a city such as Tokyo can be quite overwhelming for a first visit. You and your pet might need a break from the noise and traffic in exchange for an afternoon of outdoorsy fun and tranquil reflection, and Tokyo will give you that as well. Take your four-legged friend with you, and you will both have an amazing time.

Where to escape to nature with your pet in Tokyo (Japan)

Start out with a lazy stroll, try a spot of boating, or fire up the barbecue in Tokyo. Whatever you fancy, there is a place for you within the city limits. Just do not forget to bring a Frisbee for your furry pal.

Shinjuku Gyoen is centrally located and Tokyo's most beautiful green space. It even has been officially named a National Garden. The garden is split into French formal, English landscape, and traditional Japanese garden styles, with a teahouse for thirsty explorers. The entry is not free, however, but definitely worth it.

Another wonderful park in the midst of the exciting city is Yoyogi Park. It is located in the nearby Shibuya district and will give you plenty of opportunities to have a picnic underneath its trees. For one of Tokyo’s many festivals, check out the events calendar and then hit up the event plaza in the park’s south side with its open stage.