Officially Tokyo Tokyo Metropolis is the capital city of Japan and one of its 47 prefectures. Tokyo ranked first in the Global power index and third in Global cities index. in Tokyo Japan's vast and interesting history at the Tokyo National Museum or the Edo-Tokyo Museum .Japan’s most traditional sites including the Sensoji Temple and the spiritual Meiji Shrine is here central attraction of heritage. Tokyo is a city that offers so much in terms of culture with its national muesum, art galleries, events that continually take place in the city but is also appreciated by tourist for nightlife. Travel in Tokyo is safe, easy, and efficient and getting around is relatively inexpensive. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. the city lures you with its rich cultural tradition along with arts and crafts like Shodo, Manga, Origami, Bonseki etc. Please feel free to visit and experience diverse culture, tradition, arts and crafts of this alluring city.
Tourism in Japan has been given a major enhancement since Tokyo won its attempt to host the 2020 Olympics. A record 19.7 million tourists stay in the country in 2015, with many spending time I to explore the magical capital city.Tokyo was named the world's most adequate city for travel in a 2013 poll by Trip Advisor and its popularity is continuing to grow. The world’s most Classy railway is With 13 subway lines and more than 100 surface routes run by Japan Railways and other private companies, Tokyo's railway system seems like it was intended to win world records. It's rare to find a location in the metropolitan area that can't be reached with a train ride and a short walk.The Japanese have taken their love of the latest electronic gadgets and modern appliances and zapped it with Yodobashi Akiba, the largest electronics store in a section of Tokyo known for being the center of gadget, video game and anime culture in the city. Going into any electronics store in Akihabara is like stepping into a wonderland of flashing lights and monstrous screens, but Yodobashi ups the ante by offering six massive floors of televisions, stereos, appliances and game consoles, with three more floors dedicated to restaurants, juice bars, bookstores and music shops.