Private guide in Tokyo, guided tours in Tokyo, Japan
Top Attractions in TokyoImperial Palace, temples of Asakusa, Meiji Shrine, dazzling Shinjuku, youthful Shibuya, upmarket Ginza, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, World Trade Center Building, Roppongi Hills, Mori Art Museum, Rainbow Bridge at Odaiba
Currency: Yen (JPY)
Information about Tokyo
Airport - Tokyo has two large airports. Tokyo's main international gateway is Narita Airport (IATA: NRT), located in the town of Narita nearly 70 kilometers northeast of Tokyo. Haneda Airport (IATA: HND), officially known as Tokyo International Airport, in Ota is the busiest airport in all Asia despite being (almost) entirely limited to domestic traffic. The easiest and most scenic way from Haneda to the city is the Tokyo Monorail.
Shopping - If it is for sale anywhere in the world, you can probably buy it in Tokyo. Items to look for include electronics, funky fashions, antique furniture and kimono, and specialty items like Hello Kitty goods, anime and comics, and their associated paraphernalia. Akihabara, Tokyo's Electric Town, is now also the unquestioned center of its otaku community, and the stores along Chuo-dori are packed to the rafters with anime (animation) and manga (comics). Though the lines have blurred since the PC revolution, each has its traditional territory and stores: Akihabara has the electronics stores, including a large number of duty-free shops specializing in export models, and Shinjuku has the camera stores. Bustling open-air bazaars in the Asian style are rare in Tokyo, except for Ueno's Ameyoko, a legacy of the postwar occupation. Yanaka Ginza in the Shitamachi Taito district, a very nice example of a neighborhood shopping street, makes for an interesting afternoon browse.
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