One of the world’s most populous capitals with a population of 13 million - Tokyo is an intriguing mix of ancient traditions that sit alongside fantastic symbols of modernity. This is a city, which offers visitors a fantastic array of cultural and historic attractions including historic temples and fascinating museums, as well as unlimited shopping and entertainment and tranquil gardens and green spaces. There are a number of attractions in Tokyo that should not be missed such as the large-scale downtown areas, including Ginza where famous shops from around the world stand side by side, the sleepless Shinjuku that has become the "new city center of Tokyo," Asakusa which is reminiscent of the traditional Edo (the former name of Tokyo), and Shibuya that is the funky and trendy part of the city.
Visit Tokyo’s famous Shinto shrine, dedicated to the late 19th century emperor who opened Japan to the west, for a less crowded and serene experience
Visit the Tsukiji Fish Market early in the morning for a sushi breakfast. This is the world’s biggest and busiest fish markets and is one of the best places to enjoy fresh sushi
Sumo is uniquely Japanese and it’s well worth trying to get to see one of the three grand tournaments, each last for 15 days, if you happen to visit in January, May or September
Step back in time in the Asakusa district, Tokyo’s Geisha district. The areas buildings have survived earthquakes and bombs and its home to traditional Japanese houses, ancient shrines and Geisha joints
Visit the mysterious Imperial Palace Tokyo home to one of the most discreet and unknown Royal families in the world, the Japanese Emperor and his family
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