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Tokyo

Tokyo
Spreading as far as Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama, the mega-metropolis of the Greater Tokyo Area functions as the country’s futuristic capital, featuring the latest in art, technologies, food, and pockets of every subculture imaginable.
Tokyo Tourist Attractions
Featured Food Experiences

Local Bar Hopping in Harmonica Yokocho, Kichijoji

from ¥ 7,000 per guest - 4 hours
FREE DRINKS

Toshimaya Shuzo Sake Brewery Tour

from ¥ 7,500 per guest - 3 hours
NOMIHOUDAI

Tokyo Ramen Tour with Frank

from ¥ 6,000 per guest - 2 hours
FREE DRINKS

Tasting 6 Mini Bowls of Ramen at 3 Award-Winning Shops

from ¥ 12,000 per guest - 3 hours
FREE DRINKS

Handmade Soba Noodles Cooking Class

from ¥ 7,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH RECIPE

Tokyo Sashimi Class

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 2 hours
JAPANESE SAKE INCLUDED

Mochi Making Class in Tokyo

from ¥ 7,800 per guest - 2.5 hours
RECIPE INCLUDED

Wagashi Making Class in Tokyo

from ¥ 7,200 per guest - 2.5 hours
GREEN TEA INCLUDED

Ramen Experience in Tokyo

from ¥ 10,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH 1 DRINK

Tokyo Ninja Food and Experience

from ¥ 8,000 per guest - 2 hours
TEA EXPERIENCE

Sushi Making Show and Tea Tasting

from ¥ 10,800 per guest - 3 hours
DESSERT INCLUDED

Tokyo Geisha Experience with Sake Tasting and Games

from ¥ 17,000 per guest - 2 hours
TEACHES ETIQUETTE

Tokyo Sake Tasting Experience

from ¥ 5,400 per guest - 1 hour
ALL YOU CAN DRINK

Flavors of Japan Food Tour with Tea Tasting and Wagashi

from ¥ 16,500 per guest - 3 hours
REGIONAL FOOD TASTING

Sake Degustation in Tokyo

from ¥ 3,000 per guest - 1 hour
JAPANESE SAKE INCLUDED
Featured Restaurants

RESTAURANT 1899 OCHANOMIZU

Lunch: ¥1,000-1,999 - Dinner: ¥4,000-4,999

Zaichi

Dinner: ¥5,000-5,999

AIN SOPH. Soar IKEBUKURO

Lunch: ¥1,000-1,999 - Dinner: ¥1,000-1,999

Air

Lunch: ¥8,000-9,999 - Dinner: ¥15,000-19,999

Home to the futuristic capital of Japan, the Tokyo Metropolitan Area is the most populous metropolis in the world and the largest in the country. The bustling central city area of Tokyo consists of 23 wards, while the Greater Tokyo Area spills out onto its prefectural neighbors of Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa. Needless to say, Tokyo is simply enormous, separated into pockets of unique communities that bring the city together as a whole. Step out of the train at a different station and step into a new world, be dazzled by the vibrant city rush of Shinjuku, or wander the open park spaces and galleries of Ueno. From the top of Tokyo Tower, buildings stretch as far as the eye can see, as if the city goes on forever. Yet, every corner is interconnected by Tokyo’s impressive network of subways and train lines, a futuristic marvel that somehow moves millions of people every day. That’s 9 million, to be exact, totaling to 30% of Japan’s entire population living within the Tokyo Metropolis.

Divided by waterways like the eastern Edogawa River and the Tama River to the south, unique districts with their own subcultures bubble beneath the city’s surface. Whether it's shopping in Shibuya or partying in Roppongi, neon lights and towering skyscrapers are deeply integral to Tokyo’s identity. With a number of big company headquarters producing the latest high-tech toys and creative designs, Tokyo represents a symbol of the future. Science meets outlet shopping on the manmade island of Odaiba, with a view overlooking the sparkling waters of Tokyo Bay. Have the happiest day on earth in Disneyland, or immerse yourself in one of the city’s major museum institutions. All things kawaii in Harajuku contrast the humility of traditional Asakusa, while salarymen help the economy go round, crunching numbers in offices throughout the city.

Fueled by long nights of drinking sake and eating every type of food your heart could ask for, Tokyo’s fast-paced energy is undeniably infectious. However, the Greater Tokyo Area offers moments of bliss on beaches and mountains amidst the chaos of urban life. As exciting as it is overwhelming, with access to both high and low culture Tokyo offers the best in traditional sights, nightlife, and shopping. And of course, with mouthwatering Japanese food and world cuisine at every turn, it would take multiple lifetimes to explore Tokyo’s thousands of bars and restaurants.

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