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With 35 million residents and an imperial history dating back over a thousand years, Tokyo boasts an impressive array of sights, including the magnificent Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, and the popular Asakusa temples. Spend a week roaming the vast metropolitan expanse of this city and you will learn the true meaning of “crowded." Topping many "most expensive city in the world" lists, Tokyo's world-class restaurants and hotels are often priced accordingly. However, the city offers several alternatives, including capsule hotels and the simple guesthouse lodging known as a ryokan. To get a taste of Japan’s cutting-edge position in technology and electronics, a trip to Akihabara, or Electric Town, will awe and inspire any visitor. ... Read more
Transportation to destinations throughout Tokyo is simple, as the city has the most extensive and sophisticated public transportation network in the world. Sushi was invented here, and there's no better place to try it than the Tsukiji fish market (try the sushi breakfast).
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Pro 2018
New York City

I absolutely loved Tokyo - more so than I expected to, honestly. It's bizarre and entertaining and beautiful and so clean! There is always something to see, no matter where you look or where you are. The food is amazing, the people are kind, it's easy to navigate and has one of the most efficient metro systems I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing. I would love to visit again and explore more of this incredible city.

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The San Francisco Bay Area

This is one of my most favorite cities in the world! I was lucky enough to study abroad in nearby Yokohama, so I was able to come to Tokyo often. The atmosphere is so fun and lively. The food is delicious and the culture is amazing. I love the mixture of the cutting edge new meets the traditional old. It's perfect.

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Samarinda

A city which is famous for its uniqueness, where the moderenizastion meets the strong traditions harmoniously. I love everything about this metropolis, but its hectic life.

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Houston

Truly Japan’s bustling capital. A place for both ultramodern and traditions. The world's food capital.

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Seoul

Tokyo is an interesting city. Some of the most fine foods in the world, imperial palaces and temples, anime culture, fast pace of city life, and nature are all mixed. For travelers, it's convenient due to the high functioning metro system. Definitely you need more than 5 days to throughly enjoy the city.

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London

Sensory overload. Super food, fashion and pop culture. Try to find a local to help you navigate the top spots.

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New Westminster

From what I've gathered from films, anime, music videos, etc, this city has exceeded my expectations. Tokyo is always bustling with life and there is an endless list of things to do in the area. My first few steps outside of the train station from Narita were into the noise of the famous Shibuya crossing. Information overload and the aesthetic of the electric city all combine to create for a surreal experience.

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Kuala Lumpur

Excellent experience! You need a huge bank supply of cash to live in this city.

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Dublin

Probably one of the fewest places in the world where you would find maximum chaos and maximum order. With each district showing off its own style, it is a city that you can find the century old tradition of Tsukiji tuna auction, the electric town of Akihabara, the classy Ometesando, the everything-cute-heaven Harajuku, the upscale Ginza, the energetic-into-the-night Shinjuku and Shibuya. The city where everyone can find their place.

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New Delhi

so much to eat, see, do in Tokyo. the sheer concentration of things here is overwhelming. from history to fashion to technology to robot fighting dinners, there truly is something for everyone and then some

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