Offering both a traditional and modern view of Japanese culture, Tokyo has it all;
beautiful shrines and temples that are located inside the modern urban hustle and bustle.
Visit Asakusa temple, where people of all ages congregate to enjoy a relaxing time.
Or Shibuya, one of Tokyo's many shopping districts often thought of as the fashion hotspot of Asia.
PLACES TO VISIT
Sensoji is a Buddhist temple established in Asakusa
. It is Tokyo's oldest temple founded in the year 645. Throughtout World War II, the temple was bombed and destroyed but was subsequently rebuilt and is now a symbol of rebirth and peace to the Japanese people. In the courtyard there is a tree that was hit by a bomb in the air raids, it has regrown in the centre of the old tree and is a similar symbol to the temple itself.
Shinjuku & Shibuya
Two of the most famous and populated areas in Tokyo. Shinjuku is full of offices, shops and places for entertainment. Shibuya is probably one of the most famous crossroads in the world. It's famous for its bright and young commercial life.
Renowned as an upscale area of Tokyo with many department shops, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses. Ginza is recognized as one of the most luxurious shopping districts
in the world.
The Roppongi district is filled with popular nightspots packed with visitors from abroad.
Two popular attractions in Roppongi are Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. On the 53rd and uppermost floor of Roppongi Hills, you will find contemporary art exhibited in the Mori Art Museum, and on the 52nd floor is Tokyo City View where the glass-walled observatory offers a stunning 360-degree view of the city, particularly impressive at night.
Odaiba was born from reclaimed land in Tokyo Bay in the southeastern part of Tokyo. It attracts mostly young people as a new amusement spot in the city. The center of Odaiba is Aquacity Odaiba. It includes a shopping mall with a 300-meter-long boutique street, a multi-plex cinema that employs the latest acoustic and screen technologies, and a gourmet zone that stretches over 15,000 square meters, which is the largest such zone in Japan.