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The Top Tourist Attractions of Tokyo, Japan

Welcome to Tokyo, Japan, the world's most populous metropolitan area, and the third "command center" for the world economy. Tokyo is reportedly the most expensive as well as the third "most livable megapolis," and one of the first cities awash in the morning sun. The "East Capital" of Japan as it's called is a bustling hot-spot of office complexes and business centers, shops, restaurants, dance clubs, art galleries, shopping malls, and eateries - fitted everywhere from the wind-buffeted skyscrapers to the underground avenues. read more »

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  • For someone who is just about capable of wearing similar socks, this fella’s impeccably matched and colour coordinated outfit was nothing short of a meticulously planned marvel.

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    Tokyo fashion: Complete colour and pattern coordination
  • Or if not the oldest, then perhaps the most old-fashioned?

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    Tokyo’s oldest shoemaker?
  • People pouring buckets of ice water over themselves for charity may well be a thing at the moment, but at the Fukagawa Hachiman Matsuri in Tokyo, they have been doing something very similar for much, much longer. A simple bit of festival fun that many look forward to. Even getting all dressed up just to […]

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    Tokyo summer festival soaking
  • Shinjuku’s Kabukicho red light district operates around the clock, meaning those who want a drink, or a dalliance of any conceivable description, will never be disappointed. The only real restriction — apart from money of course — being the stamina of one’s chosen partner.

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    Shinjuku: Saturday night and Sunday morning
  • Supermarkets pretty much stock everything you could ever want; all under one roof. And convenience stores are exactly what their name suggests — a blessing on so many occasions. But neither of them can come anywhere close to offering the conversation and companionship that a traditional corner shop does.

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    Tokyo corner shop conversations

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