Tokyo is a city like no other, a large, metropolis without equal. The only way to comprehend the sheer size of Tokyo is to think of it as a city, within which there are several smaller cities. From the cosplaying teens of Harajuku to the exuberance and energy of Shibuya, to the sleek shiny skyscrapers of Shinjuku, the neon paradise of Tokyo needs to be seen to be believed. There’s a lot to see and do in Tokyo, but exploring and getting around won’t be a problem, as Tokyo is criss-crossed by one of the most reliable, highly advanced rail and subway systems in the world.
Whatever you’re interested in Tokyo has it. If you’re interested in history and culture, why not explore the Asakusa area, the Meiji Shrine, as well as the Edo-Tokyo Museum. Sports? You can catch a football, sumo or baseball match. Electronics? Visit Akihabara, one of Tokyo’s quirkiest areas. Fashion and cutting edge trends? Shibuya, Shinjuku or Roppongi are for you.