Populous, prominent, energetic, and delicious since the 1800s.
Only for personal use, contact me for other purposes: | Tokyo in Japan
Habuminato, Oshima, Tokyo 100-0212, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
Getting myself lost in Japan [ IG: @clay.banks ] | Tokyo in Japan
正福寺(2010年6月11日) | Tokyo in Japan
Main road of Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
Spicy Miso Ramen at Hook | Tokyo in Japan
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羽田国際線 | Tokyo in Japan
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Image of Tokyo in Japan
Bank of Japan, Chuo-ku Tokyo Japan, designed by Kingo Tatsuno in 1896. | Tokyo in Japan
Food | Tokyo in Japan
渋谷スクランブル交差点 | Tokyo in Japan
HND control tower | Tokyo in Japan
Girl on the bike | Tokyo in Japan
銀座の和光時計店, 東京都中央区 | Tokyo in Japan
Sushi | Tokyo in Japan
hachioji station tokyu square department store | Tokyo in Japan
Front of the Shibuya Station | Tokyo in Japan
Yaki-imo | Tokyo in Japan
Hayashi beef rice | Tokyo in Japan
Mini fillet cutlet donburi and kake soba at Fuji soba, Kichijoji | Tokyo in Japan
東京都新宿区の東京都庁 | Tokyo in Japan
Fuji TV headquarters and Aqua City Odaiba - 2006-05-03 edit | Tokyo in Japan
A bowl of Chirashi-don from Sushizanmai in Tokyo. | Tokyo in Japan
at Yakitori Ebishu, Nishi Ogikubo, South | Tokyo in Japan
Sushi Chef, Tokyo Japan | Tokyo in Japan
Sushi | Tokyo in Japan
Izakaya. Tokyo. Japan. | Tokyo in Japan
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Aerial view of Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyōgijō, Tokyo, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
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National Diet Building of Japan. | Tokyo in Japan
Streets of Tokyo, Japan (taken near Nakano station) | Tokyo in Japan
The Ginza Wako Clock, Tokyo, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
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復元工事が終了した東京駅の夜間のライトアップの風景。丸の内オアゾ側から撮影。 | Tokyo in Japan
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Hokkyoku ramen (half) and mouko donburi (half) at mouko tanmen nakamoto, kichijoji | Tokyo in Japan
Udon and nira kimchee tempura at daily chico, nakano | Tokyo in Japan
Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
Aerial view of Japan National Stadion, Tokyo | Tokyo in Japan
A man riding a bike through Tokyo city in Japan. | Tokyo in Japan
Tempura | Tokyo in Japan
Lilies, unopened
Carefully arranged by size
Eaten one-by-one

Last meal in Tokyo, Japan at my favourite izikaya in Roppongi, Jumon
Please say konnichiwa for me if ever you have the lucky chance to stop by! | Tokyo in Japan
炭火焼親子丼 (バルバリ, 京橋) | Tokyo in Japan
Building of Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly | Tokyo in Japan
Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo, Japan | Tokyo in Japan
Marunouchi Central Plaza with Tokyo Station in red bricks and Shin-Marunouchi Building at the left, a sunny afternoon with blue sky, top panoramic view from the rooftop terrasse of the fifth floor of Japan Post Tower (JP Tower), located 2 Chome-7-2 Marunouchi, Marunouchi district, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, Japan. | Tokyo in Japan
TOKYO - Teppanyaki - Le savoir faire du chef | Tokyo in Japan
Takoyaki | Tokyo in Japan
Capital of 🇯🇵 Japan with a population of around 14 million people.

Tokyo is an electric city that never sleeps. The neon-lit streets are alive with energy, the towering skyscrapers a dizzying sight. The city is a melting pot of cultures, where ancient traditions and modern technology collide. There’s something for everyone in Tokyo, from the frenetic bustle of Shinjuku and Shibuya to the tranquil gardens of the Imperial Palace. If you’re looking for a taste of traditional Japan, head to Asakusa, home to the Senso-ji temple, or take a stroll through the fashionable Harajuku district. Shopping is a national pastime in Tokyo, and you’ll find everything from tiny boutiques to giant department stores. When you need a break from the city, take a trip to Mount Fuji or one of the country’s many beautiful beaches. Tokyo is an unforgettable city that will leave you wanting more.


What people say about Tokyo

Tokyo is one of my favorite cities in the world, and I can not wait to go back. There is so much to explore and it is so big that it feels more like a collection of cities that happen to be one continuous whole. One of the best things for me was just wandering around visiting temples, gardens, and residential neighborhoods when I wanted some calm, and then going straight into the busy parts of the city like Ginza, Akihabara, Shibuya, and Harajuku. To be able to completely choose the energy level for the day. I also loved the food, the glorious food. Everything from simple curry restaurants mainly targeting Japanese workers, the Japenese pubs with excellent pub grub called Izakayas, to more upscale establishments where everything is cooked and presented in the most perfect way. Sometimes it felt strange to eat such pretty creations. Even the shopping was enjoyable. And I hate shopping. I liked how I could find so many unfamiliar high-quality items, and also how several of my favorite brands like Adidas had Japan/Tokyo-specific products. People are very friendly, so it always works out in the end even though it was a little tricky getting by using only English at times.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in April during the day in Tokyo.