27 Feb 2020 - 28 Feb 2020

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Tokyo is the most populated city and the capital of Japan. It gracefully mixes the ultra-modern and the traditional to create one unique, inimitable Tokyo. In Tokyo, it is never uncommon to see skyscrapers rising amid serene temples. The city is a famed destination for tourists from all over the world, majorly owing to its popular manga/anime culture and vibrant food scene.

There are several renowned tourist areas in Tokyo, namely:

Shinjuku: Undeniably the most crowded vicinity of Tokyo, Shinjuku is the commercial district as well as a tourist hotspot of the city. Here the best shopping malls, restaurants, and entertainment facilities are located. Many landmarks in Shinjuku are a must-visit, including Shinjuku Gyoen National Garde, Samurai Museum and Shinjuku Golden Gai, the most popular bar street in the area.

Be sure to also check out Kabukicho, another well-known walking street that seems to never sleep. Shinjuku is a definite place to pass by for any traveller who ever steps into Tokyo, especially nightlife lovers and shopping worshippers!

Tokyo Station: Both the central train station of Tokyo and an important cultural heritage of the city, Tokyo Station is an important gateway to many landmarks. There are plenty of choices for shopping, dining, cultural indulgence and art admiration.

The most notable destinations around this area are Imperial Palace, Tokyo International Forum, and Tokyo Ramen Street. Be sure to check out the view of the station at night, for it is simply spectacular and worthy of photo taking!

Ikebukuro: Known to be the shoppers and fun seekers’ paradise, Ikebukuro houses some of the best department stores and izakayas (Japanese pubs) of Tokyo. The area is distinctively divided into East and West districts. The West district tends to be more entertainment -oriented while the East counterpart poses better shopping options.

Ikebukuro is particularly ideal for anime and manga lovers, for many shops dedicated to their shopping needs are located here. Not interested in any of the above? No worry, Ikebukuro have many other places for its visitors, such as animal cafes, museums, and even amusement parks! This area is surely a go-to destination for families, sightseers and culture lovers.

Generally, there are all sorts of accommodation offered in Shinjuku, Tokyo Station, and Ikebukuro. They range from the unique, affordable hotel capsules to the most expensive of hotels. Travellers will definitely find a place that suits their preference and budget.

For transportation within Tokyo, travellers are advised to get a pass in order to use the Toei subway, buses, and streetcars. The city is indeed covered by a complicated network of public transport, and it definitely takes some time to learn. Once the details are mastered, travellers will find going around Tokyo with public transport is totally convenient.

All information valid as of April 2016.

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Robert Richardson
Robert Richardson

Way better experience here the Narita. Really easy to get to and simple to Navigate.

Devina Savero
Devina Savero

I very enjoyed my time there, i suggest to go to ueno and shopping at ueno, also try all the seven eleven food... it’s all amazing

Oscar Loya
Oscar Loya

The best time of my life in this trip to different Japanese cities: Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Nara Koyasan and Tokyo

Alex Hess
Alex Hess

I loved it. Technologically advanced but still old fashioned at the same time. Many things to see and experience and there is something for everyone. Old temples and shrine, a little bit of history and many shopping places. There are themed restaurants and cafes, modern world cousin and traditional japanese (far more than just sushi).


The least expensive month is August, with an average of HK$911 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Tokyo is May, with an average price of HK$1,386 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was HK$1,144 per night. This is 1% less than the average nightly price of HK$1,163 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Tokyo, the expected average temperature in February is 5.1°C/41.3°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 31.9°C/89.4°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -1.0°C/30.2°F.
The nearest airport to Tokyo is Tokyo Haneda (HND) (16.53km). Other nearby airports include: Tokyo Narita (63.67km)

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