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Tokyo. Pop. 12,678,395. Currency Yen. Language Japanese. Literal Name “Eastern Capital”. Time Zone – GMT + 9 hours. Airport Narita. Tokyo is the capital and largest city in Japan and is located on the middle east coast of Japan. Tokyo is the home of both the Japanese Government and The Japanese Imperial Family and is one of the world’s megacities due to it’s population being over 10 million. Tokyo is a fascinating city of contrasts with high-tech industrial plants, office complexes co-existing with temples, palaces and intricate gardens. Modern Tokyo has been designed around one of the most efficient rail systems in the world with urban rail services integrated with intercity services including the Nartia Airport Express and the Shinkansen (bullet train). There are numerous visitor attractions including: The Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo National Museum and Tsukiji fish market. Visitor activities include: taking a boat ride on the Sumida River, having a soak in a “sento” or public bath, sing in a karaoke box, catch the elevated train across the Bay Bridge, watch the giants at the Ryogoku Kokugikan sumo wrestling arena, watch stunning panoramas from The Mori Tower in Roppngi Hills, and the Tokyo Tower which looks like the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Tokyo is also one of the safest cities in the world with street crime extremely rare and helpful policeman in “kobans” police boxes. Also, to assist visitors most public information signs on roads and stations are in both Japanese and English with excellent colour coding on the Metro system. As with all large cities there is a wide range of hotels to choose and it is possible to spend a fortune in Tokyo. However, for those visitors on a budget Tokyo has “ryokan” (Japanese inns) that cater largely for foreign tourists.

Haneda Tokyo Airport  (4) , Narita Tokyo Airport  (5)

Cooking Sun
Cooking Sun provide authentic Japanese Cooking classes to let you experience sushi making and much more.

Tokyo Hotel Reservations

Tokyo Hotels Reservation including – Ginza Hotels, Marunouchi Hotels, Akasaka Hotels, Asakusa Hotels, Ueno Hotels, Chiba Hotels, ANA Akasaka Hotel, New Hankyu Hotel, Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel, Shiba Park Hotel, Jal City Tamachi Hotel, Tokyo Travel and Tourism.

Tokyo Hotel Reservations for trips and views to the iconic Mount Mt Fuji.

Park Hyatt Hotel Tokyo Japan

A top class hotel situated in Shinjuku, Tokyo's vibrant business and entertainment district, within easy reach of the city’s modern rail systems and Narita International Airport. The hotel has an excellent range of restaurants and bars available at the Park Hyatt Tokyo include the New York Grill, the Kozue, the Girandole, the Peak Lounge, the Pastry Boutique, a delicatessen, the Peak Bar, and the New York Bar.

Park Hyatt Hotel Tokyo Japan

Tokyo travel guide - Wikitravel

Open source travel guide to Tokyo, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more.

Hotels in Tokyo

Hotels & Accommodations in Tokyo, Japan

Planet Tokyo - A Traveler's Guide to Japan

A Western traveler's guide to Tokyo Japan including information on food, sights, lodging, and traveling in Tokyo with an emphasis on Japanese culture.

Roppongi Hills Tokyo

Information, facilities, and directions on the giant building, business, shopping complex and the must see Mori Tower in Roppongi, Tokyo.

Ryougoku Sumo Hall Tokyo - wikipedia

Ryougoku Sumo Hall, is an indoor sporting arena located in the Yokoami neighborhood (bordering to the Rygoku neighborhood) of Sumida, one of the 23 wards of Tokyo. It is mainly used for sumo wrestling tournaments (honbasho) and hosts the hatsu (new year) basho in January, the natsu (summer) basho in May, and the aki (autumn) basho in September. It also houses a museum about sumo.

Tokyo Journal

Tokyo Journal - Japan's oldest English-language magazine. Unbiased, unadulterated. Tokyo and Japan as seen through the eyes of those who know and live it.

Tokyo Metro Co. Ltd. (Tokyo Metro)

Fare information and major station guides for the TRTA portion of Tokyo's subway system.

Tokyo Metropolitan Government

The official English website of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government(TMG). Includes information on an overview of Tokyo and tourist information.

Tokyo Narita International Airport NRT

Narita Airport (also known as New Tokyo International Airport) is located 66km (41 miles) east of central Tokyo, and is the main gateway to Japan, with 47 airlines operating out of its two terminals.

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