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Tokyo is the metropolis of Japan. At about 13 million inhabitants in the official urbane region alone, Tokyo is the center of the most inhabited urban district in the world, Tokyo Metropolis (which comprises of a population of around 37 million people). This large, affluent and captivating capital brings high-tech imaginations of the future together with sights of ancient Japan, and has something for all travellers. Tokyo is extensive: it's best known not as an individual city, but a group of cities that have originated together. Tokyo's regions differ broadly by personality, from the electronic roar of Akihabara to the Imperial gardens and temples of Chiyoda, from the excessively active youth culture Mecca of Shibuya to the pottery stores and shrine markets of Asakusa. If you don't like what you see, get on the train and travel to the next station, and you would discover something completely different. Joining the past and future, Tokyo impresses with its customary lifestyle and desire for everything current. Yes, Tokyo has more Michelin stars than any other metropolis. Yes, Japanese food has been put on to the Unesco Intangible Cultural Heritage list. But that's not what makes eating in Tokyo such a breathtaking encounter, what truly accounts are the city's fixed crafty lifestyle. For the affordable flights and cheap lodging check out the all-inclusive holiday deals to Tokyo from Travel Center we also add adjustable booking choices for the utmost benefit. Start preparing right now to experience Tokyo the best way possible!

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +9:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, Air China, Korean Airlines



Best Time to Travel

December to February

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 175.77 JPY

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Shibuya 109 & Shibuya Crossing

Shibuya is the point zero of Japanese trend and the Center of elegant; The Shibuya Crossing is a few minutes from Shibuya 109 and just outside Shibuya Station assisted by JR Yamanote Line. This crossing is one of the active in the world and the picture of arranged disorder.

Meiji Shrine

Meiji Shrine is a Shinto shrine situated in the Shibuya Ward, in the center of a stunning jungle with large Torii gates heading to the chief hall and it is approachable from the Harajuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line.

Yoyogi Park

There is no perfect location for viewing the locals in Tokyo than the Yoyogi Park. The park is very famous with young Japanese people, mainly on Sundays, and you could view the released craziness of an otherwise private country.

Zojoji Temple

Nearby to Tokyo Tower, the Zojoji Temple is a Buddhist temple, leader of the Jodo faction in the Kanto District. The temple is encircled by a jungle and despite the dense traffic going on about it, the place has this calm aura that summons the tourists to reflection and examination.

Cat café

Situated in Ikebukuro, on the 5th floor of an office establishment, in what is likely the most ideal 500sqm in Tokyo, there are snug sofas, manga books, cat toys and additional kitty cats than people. The cats are in all shades and fur lengths, all adult, some of a certain breed.

Tokyo Tower & Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree (634m) finished in 2012 and Tokyo Tower (333m) are the two highest man-made constructions in Japan. While the orange and white Tokyo Tower is encased in a warm light during the night, the Skytree is colored in a spectacle of lights every evening.

Senso-ji Temple

An ancient temple and the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) is the emblem of the city. Leading to the temple is a 200m shopping avenue where you could purchase everything from snacks, to Hello Kitty dolls, ornaments and Buddhist scrolls. Next to the Main Hall are the Asakusa Shrine and the 5 levelled shrine.

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 1

Tokyo's City Hall, and with its 243m, it is the 7th highest structure in Japan. Made to look like a computer chip and also a medieval church, it makes for one of the ideal viewing decks. On a unclouded day travellers could even see Mt. Fuji far in the distance.

Tokyo Imperial Palace

This is the original home of the Emperor of Japan. It is a huge park-like region situated in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo and has structures counting the chief castle, the personal home of the Imperial Family, annals, museums and managerial offices.

Ueno Park

Ueno Park is quiet a large public park in the Ueno region of Taitō, Tokyo, Japan. The park was set in 1873 on properties previously owned by the temple of Kan'ei-ji. It’s also the residence of several leading museums and it t is amid the country's initial public parks.