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    Flights to Tokyo

    First Class from £2350
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    Tokyo Holiday Guide

    A city that is on relentless rejuvenation and reinvention and offers a rich, multicultural dining scene, excellent public transportation, and lush parks, clean and safe environment. There is nothing that you will not make you fall in love with Tokyo. Tokyo is a dizzying swirl of activity, where you can essentially feel its rhythm with the neon signs and the passion of people and the flawlessly punctual, high-speed trains speeding by.  It is the most popular stop for Japan tours and it is easy to understand.
    Then there is a while of green and calm on the city’s temple lands or classical parks. There’s a diverse ethnic scenery and the city is full of innovative towers, sophisticated hotels, and enticing restaurants along with those centuries-old temples. On the other hand, the Shogun’s City shows a contemporary city constructed on old designs

    Regions and cities of Tokyo

    Tokyo Metropolis extends not just to the town, but rough mountains to the west and subtropical islands to the south. The topography of central Tokyo is demarcated by the JR Yamanote Line. The center of Tokyo is the former zone earmarked for the Shogun and his samurai and is positioned within the loop, while the Edo-era downtown is to the north and east. Spreading around in all directions and amalgamating in flawlessly are Yokohama, Kawasaki, and Chiba, Tokyo’s suburbs

    Catch the amazing sights of Tokyo

    • 1The Imperial Palace
    • 2Ginza District: Shop 'til you Drop
    • 3Asakusa and the Sensō-ji Temple
    • 4National Museum of Nature and Science
    • 5Ueno Park and Zoo
    • 6Tokyo National Museum
    • 7National Museum of Western Art
    • 8The Meiji Shrine
    • 9The Miraikan and Edo-Tokyo Museums
    • 10The Tokyo Skytree

    The bucket list of Tokyo

    • 1Watch Wrestling Practice at a Sumo Stable
    • 2Attend a Baseball Game
    • 3Bar Hop in Golden Gai
    • 4Play a Game of Pachinko
    • 5Go to a Cat Cafe
    • 6Eat at a Themed Restaurant
    • 7Walk Across Shibuya Crossing
    • 8Attend a Tuna Auction
    • 9Attend a Kabuki Theater Show
    • 10Participate in a Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony

    Eat Your Heart Out in Tokyo

    Apart from sushi and ramen, you might be surprised by the diversity this city has to offer. Japanese cuisine has been added to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The city's enduring artisan culture splashes out on the best sushi of your life. Seafood is made by the city's renowned chefs using the freshest ingredients.

    Shopping in Tokyo

    Shopping is raised to a talent here as many individuals list shopping as a hobby when enquired about their preferred amusements. All the major designer labels are available here but for the finest shopping in Tokyo, pursue out the artisans and boutiques for the best craftsmanship. Tokyo is the nation's pop culture laboratory, where innovative trends grow legs. Or you can just pop around to the adjacent convenience store to pick up treats in wacky flavors illustrated with cute characters.

    Entertainment and nightlife of Tokyo

    The entertainment and nightlife zone of Tokyo offers diversity and you can find the superiority of the refreshment here. The `nightlife’ region is restricted to areas like Akasaka, Ginza, and Roppongi, where you’ll catch bars, discotheques, nightclubs, cabarets and karaoke lounges of every category. There are various theaters, music halls, concert halls, cinemas and other venues too in Tokyo, where cultural performances are held. Try a kabuki performance or a theatrical performance in evening.

    Best Time to Visit

    The best time to visit Tokyo is in the fall and spring when temperatures are temperate and the landscape is spectacular. Both cherry blossom season and autumn greenery season are exceptional times to visit. Many festivals take place in the month of July when Mount Fuji is also open for mounting.

    Tokyo Transportation

    Tokyo is one of the best well-connected cities on the earth in terms of conveyance, and it’s stress-free to get almost wherever by train. Buy some good walking shoes as you have to walk to and from stations. Taxis can be expensive but cooperative in navigating the city.  Find flights to Tokyo from the UK
    August is the hottest month in Tokyo and the coldest is January. Tokyo lies in the humid subtropical climate zone and has four discrete seasons. Summers are usually warm and tropical and winters are generally mild though infrequent cold spells can direct temperatures dipping below zero at night. Snow is occasional.




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