Tokyo Sightseeing Map

Tokyo (東京) Metropolis is located in the eastern part of Honshu and includes the Izu and Ogasawara Islands. The Metropolitan Government is in the Shinjuku Ward.
Tokyo was formerly referred to as Edo, its name was changed to Tokyo in 1868.
Sightseeing Spots in Tokyo
Shinjuku Harajuku Asakusa
Shinjuku is one of the three bustling towns of Tokyo the other two being SHIBUYA and IKEBUKURO.

Shinjuku Travel Guide
Harajuku is an area between Shibuya and Shinjuku. Takeshita-dori (busy street) buzzes with young people shopping around, Omote-sando with luxury boutiques, Yoyogi-koen (Yoyogi Park) where rockabilly guys gather here to dance to their CD boom boxes on Sundays.

Harajuku Travel Guide
Odaiba Akihabara Ginza
Shibuya Roppongi Tsukiji Fish Market
Shibuya is one of the three bustling towns of Tokyo, the other two being SHINJUKU and IKEBUKURO.
Shibuya is a very exciting city where trends go in and out of fashion in an eye’s blink.

Shibuya Travel Guide
Tsukiji Fish Market
Tsukiji is the largest fish wholesale market in the world; it’s located in Tsukiji, Tokyo.
Tsukiji Fish Market Travel Guide

Fast Fact - Tokyo

Tokyo plays a leading role in Japanese politics, economy, and culture being Japan's capital and also having developed as a center of world economy and culture; it offers a number of must-see places.
On top of that, at over 12 million people in the official metropolitan area alone, Tokyo is the core of the most populated urban area in the world, Greater Tokyo (which has a population of 35 million people) and can be one of the most exiting and largest cities in the world. This huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan, and has something for everyone.
Tokyo is one of the best places to sample the Japanese urban city live, modern culture, exiting night life and traditional culture. However, the hustle and bustle of the city can be very tiring if your thing is tending to the nature.

Food in Tokyo

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Buses in Kanto

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