Ready to escape to an exotic location? Bang the gong, and your adventure in Tokyo begins.
Out and About in Tokyo
Tokyo’s Ochanomizu neighborhood produces a variety of musical instruments, so you’ll finally be able to track where the sound from those Japanese flutes is located. And you can probably find any book you want in Jimbocho, but if you’re a Westerner, keep in mind that books in Japan read from right to left. Near the southern coast, Tokyo Imperial Palace is scenic bliss, with lush gardens and pristine architecture. Most Tokyo hotels will give you easy access to the city’s top attractions, and with one of the best public transportation systems in the world, there’s no site that’s off-limits to you. Treat yourself to some luxury and check out one of Tokyo’s 5-star hotels, where friendly staff members will indulge your every whim.
Food and Dining
Tons of diverse neighborhoods fill Tokyo’s cityscape. Because it’s close to the business hotels in Tokyo, the Tsukiji Market is a great place to start your discovery of Japan’s capital. Although it’s known for its fresh fish, you can also find a variety of meats and fruits to sample. No matter what part of town you’re in, you’ll find plenty of Japanese cuisine, meaning you’ll have all the tempura and sushi you can eat. If you’re in the mood for something a little different, check out the area of Kagurazaka, or “Frenchtown,” for some crepes and baguettes. Luckily, there are many cheap hotels in Tokyo to return to as you recuperate from your food coma.
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