Tokyo, Japan

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About Tokyo

About Tokyo

Why Visit Tokyo, Japan

Being one of the most graceful and charming Asian cities, Tokio will steal your heart for sure. Always changing and full of surprises, the city attracts millions of tourists from all over the world who immediately become its passionate admirers.

Experience the unique breadth of Japanese culture in this many-sided city where the carefully treasured ancient traditions and ultramodern innovations are organically balanced together. To feel the atmosphere of old Tokyo, you should pay a visit to the legendary Asakusa Temple, the oldest temple in the city cloaked with countless legends. Make sure to make a wish as this shrine is known for bringing good luck and happiness! After your visit to the temple, explore another well-known Tokyo attraction, the nearby Nakamise shopping street, which offers a great selection of souvenirs and confectionaries sincerely loved by locals.

Eager to take a look into the future world? To take in the energy of modern Tokyo, head to Odaiba, a popular futuristic and entertainment district located on the artificially-created island in Tokyo Bay. In Mega Web Park, you can learn more about Toyota's history and even test-drive the newest technological developments including futuristic cars.

Any Tokyo itinerary won't be complete without witnessing the real insanity of Tokyo at the legendary Shibuya Crossing. Shibuya is considered the busiest intersection in the world and consists of 7 crossroads sending hundreds of people in different directions at the same time. Moreover, this place was a setting for such legendary films as “Lost in Translation” and “The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift”.

In order to enjoy the beauty of Tokyo to the fullest, the “neon city” needs to be viewed from above.

Best Things to Do in Tokyo

  • Make a wish at the Asakusa Temple
  • Visit the worldwide famous Shibuya Crossing
  • Enjoy the birds-eye city views from the Tokyo Sky Tree

Don't miss the chance to visit the Sky Tree, the iconic Tokyo landmark and the tallest freestanding broadcast tower in the entire world. Get to one of two observation decks to see the life of the Japanese capital in action from the height of 350 meters (1148 feet)!

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