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About Tokyo

Like the blinking lights of a starship control panel, Tokyo's skyline with its towering skyscrapers and neon-lit streets is like being transported onto the set of the latest sci-fi movie.

With its incredible mega-malls, designer boutiques and more michelin stars than any other city, not to mention the worlds tallest tower (The Sky Tree), this impressive city is on a ever-far-reaching journey to push the boundaries of modern architecture and Japanese Pop Culture.

When it comes to its culinary delights, its not just michelin stars that make Tokyo so impressive. Just as much care, attention and quality will go into a simple bowl of noodles from a local shanty bar as the extravagant ingredients used to create world class sushi at a top end restaurant.

Look more closely and you'll also be able to see past the modern delights of this fine city into a culturally rich, historical back bone that runs right through the middle. From the kabuki stage or a sumo tournament to the quiet alleys and cobblestone lanes where geisha once walked, traditional festivals, quaint yakitori stands draped in lanterns and acres of stunning cherry blossoms, there's an ancient past just waiting to be discovered.

With its humid sub-tropical climate, expect highs of around 30°C in July and August, while the cooler months (January and February) can drop to around 1°C or 2°C at night. Expect more rain in the summer months and a significant temperature drop if you're heading into the western mountains.

Haneda Airport (HND) can be found inside the city limits and offers domestic and international flights, but the majority of international visitors tend to come into Narita International Airport (NRT) about 40 miles to the east. There are approximately 900 train stations and 60 electric lines in Tokyo with their local transport putting a heavy hones on "clean and efficient" so getting around is pretty straight forward.

There's so much to do and see in Tokyo, not to mention the Rugby World Cup in 2019, so its high time you took a trip and paid this incredible place a visit. Why not book your next adventure now.

Tokyo Blog posts

From the top US travel bloggers

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4th July 2022 by The Blonde Abroad

10 things to do in Tokyo (that aren’t Shibuya Crossing)

Tokyo, the capital of Japan, has so much to offer its visitors. You can enjoy some of the best nightlife, unique dining experiences, and creative museums. While there’s a good chance you’ve seen pictures of Shibuya Crossing — it’s pretty iconic, there are so many other fun things to do in Tokyo! If this is your first time going to Japan, also check out my tips for traveling to Japan, the best time to travel to Japan — super helpful info! I’d also recommend taking a look at my...

Weather in Tokyo

Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Tokyo

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