Tokyo

Tokyo is a stunning fast-paced capital that hasn’t forgotten its traditional roots. It is famous for being the world’s most populous metropolitan area, where, despite the crowds, it is easy to explore just about any part of the city with the incredibly punctual high-speed trains. One part of Tokyo will wow you with its lively energy amidst futuristic skyscrapers and neon signs, and on the other end of the city, you will be enchanted by the serenity of ancient temples and classical gardens.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 22°C
  • Night 15°C
  • Rain 8

Tokyo is a stunning fast-paced capital that hasn’t forgotten its traditional roots. It is famous for being the world’s most populous metropolitan area, where, despite the crowds, it is easy to explore just about any part of the city with the incredibly punctual high-speed trains. One part of Tokyo will wow you with its lively energy amidst futuristic skyscrapers and neon signs, and on the other end of the city, you will be enchanted by the serenity of ancient temples and classical gardens.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 22°C
  • Night 15°C
  • Rain 8

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The City of Neon Lights

Tokyo lies at the head of Tokyo Bay in the Kantō region on Japan's main island of Honshu. The capital of Japan offers tradition on the one hand and innovation on the other, as well as unlimited opportunities for eating, shopping and sightseeing. Due to its size and massive crowds, Tokyo may seem intimidating at first, but it’s actually very easy to navigate and get around. The Tokyo subway – legendary for its punctuality – may be a really complex system of lines, but it will take you to any part of the city.

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Cuisine is an integral part of every local culture and no trip to Tokyo is complete without tasting authentic Japanese food. With more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world and hundreds of cheap and delicious ramen eateries, Tokyo is a foodie’s paradise. Be sure to try some of the most typical Japanese dishes such as sushi, ramen, tempura and sashimi. In addition to tasty food, Tokyo offers a wide variety of Japanese art and culture that can be explored on stage, as well as in excellent galleries and museums. Another very special experience is a springtime walk among the blossoming cherry trees, which is a tradition older than the city itself.

With more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world and hundreds of cheap and delicious ramen eateries, Tokyo is a foodie's paradise.

Tokyo's city ward of Shinjuku is a thriving business district with tall skyscrapers and neon signs, where you can visit all sorts of clubs, karaoke bars and restaurants. The city is known for fashion and shopping, from the fashionable shopping districts of Harajuku and Shibuya to luxury brands in Ginza. You can learn about Tokyo's history in areas like Asakusa, which is famous for its many temples. Soaking in the atmosphere of ancient Tokyo, you can stroll through the streets with traditional craft shops and street food stalls. Although this may not seem to be the case at first sight, Tokyo boasts a number of appealing green spaces in the city centre and on the outskirts.

Sights in Tokyo

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Mount Fuji

The city offers beautiful views of Japan’s national symbol.

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The historic temple of Sensō-ji

Ancient Buddhist temple, Tokyo’s oldest and most important.

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Shibuya crossing

The world’s most famous crossroads and one of the busiest pedestrian crossings.

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Tsukiji Fish Market

An excellent fish market and a must-see for lovers of fresh seafood and cooking.

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Nightlife

Shinjuku is the largest nightlife hub in the country.

Airports

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Tokyo Narita

Narita International Airport is Tokyo’s second largest airport, located 57.5 km east of Tokyo and 7 km southeast of the city of Narita. There are various transport options to get from the airport to the Japanese capital, including taxis, public buses, trains and rented cars.

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Tokyo Haneda

Haneda Airport, also known as Tokyo International Airport, is located in Öta, Tokyo, 14 kilometres south of Tokyo Station. The airport is accessible by rail, Tokyo Monorail, bus, taxi and the limousine service.

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