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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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  • Tokyo changes incredibly quickly — so quickly in fact it arguably doesn’t have time to appreciate what it has in the first place. Buildings go up and down at a ferocious pace. Plus trends come and go in what seems like the blink of an eye. And yet for all its attempts at modernity, along […]

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    Timeless Tokyo?
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  • Repressive powers of secrecy and the attempted re-writing of Japan’s wartime history are now the new norm under right-wing Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe. Add to that a new like-minded and supportive chief of NHK, the national broadcaster, plus an ongoing bid to change the country’s pacifist constitution, and Japan is in real danger of heading […]

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    A rabid Japanese ultra-rightist
  • At a youthful 24, the man below opened a little izakaya (Japanese bar) in a suburb of western Tokyo. A simple affair selling equally simple fare. And remarkably, 50 years down the line, they are both still there. Still with the same setup too. Only the faces have changed.

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    A 50-year-old Tokyo bar still run by its original owner
  • Tokyo has its fair share of antique markets, many of which offer an interesting look into Japan’s past — both of the fairly recent variety, and much further back. But they can also offer you a look at something you’d rather not have seen, either in the past, or the present.

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    An incredibly disturbing doll

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