Tokyo is a Quite well-developed city. Though it is a tremendously crowded city, there are still many places of interest to tourists. Perhaps the key to a good Tokyo holiday is to follow a map or a guidebook as to where to go and what to do. The additional information will help make your trip a success.
Meet the Tokyo
If you are not familiar with Tokyo and its locations, it would be a good idea to get some information from a good guidebook. The main allure of a good guidebook is they can give you an island or district of Tokyo which you may not know about.
Head up to the Metropolitan division of Tokyo and you will find yourself in the heart of Tokyo. Make sure you have a map or a plan to get around. The Mito district is home to the Tokyo zoo and is a great place to see. Additional information can be found in the good section of the Asakusa district.
If you wish to travel to both Kyoto and Nara make sure you factor in the popular Imperial Castle and Zen Temple into your trip. Travel by train from Tokyo to Nara is relatively expensive, so be sure your bargain is a reasonable rate. A tour of the famous Heian-Ji Temple is also given by most guides.
Your trip to Tokyo will be well spent, and you can return to western Japan and relax on the south coast and beaches. Make sure you carry some of the local currency as travelers will carry it everywhere. You may also find some travel souvenirs inconvenient shopping.
One interesting spot in Tokyo is the Tokyo Tower. The views are across the whole city for those who feel the need to maximize the experience. Once you climb the Tower, you can see the poem em underneath. There are also cafes and shops there.
Shopping in Tokyo is a great experience, and it is memorable. A good place to start is in the Ginza district. However, if timeless is more your bag, walk along the trendy Nakasu Boulevard. It is encircled by an endless array of restaurants and shops.
My personal favorite is to browse the boutiques in the Asakusa area. slightly to the north of the Imperial Palace is the most fashionable spot in Tokyo. Clothes tend to cost a good deal more here, but you can also find unique folk art and furniture. Fine restaurants are less expensive in this area, but you still get a great view of the city.
If you have a strong interest in photography, bring a camera with you as you will be able to obtain memorable photographs of a variety of subjects. Continue your photography hobby in Tokyo and explore the photographs only a Japanese photographer can take.
Finally, there are no shortages of things to do in Tokyo. There is always something new to see or do. Besides the usual typical museum and stalls, there is a lot of entertainment to chose from. I took in a limited amount of the offers. I liked the Adolfo Driveway. Thrill-seekers will want to try the restaurants at the theYurakucho. drinks are cheap and plentiful (beer, wine, and mixed drinks).