Tokyo, a bustling metropolis aglow with neon lights, is an image of the throughly modern Japan. With 31 million people living in Tokyo and the surrounding towns, the Greater Tokyo Area is the largest metropolitan areas in the world.
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The Ryokan is a little bit outside of the city center but if you can accept 20 minutes more in the train than it is no problem. The Ryokan itself is very nice and clean with a good service. It was a good introduction to Japanses culture for me. ... more
We are family travelling group of 7 in december 2011 stayed one month. The hotel is clean, kitchen nice & free to cook, shower room is clean & free to use, 24 hours hot water supply with satisfied water pressure, free internet & great location too. That's what all traveller needs. ... more
Going to Tokyo!
Hi! I'm going to Tokyo for a few days and will be on a tight schedule. I'm grateful for any tips on what to do, see and eat while I'm there: landmarks, sightseeing, temples, local food, sumo wrestling, markets, crazy Japanese things etc. The more Japanese, the better! Thanks ...
Hostels in Tokyo
Hey wondering if anyone knows of any hostels in Tokyo. I have been looking but not had that much luck. I know the prices will be more than Aus where I'm currently at. Staying for a week from 1st June onwards... ...
Tokyo and Kyoto
Hi guys On a flight home to the Uk we are stopping off at Tokyo for 5 nights, arrive friday evening and leave wednesday afternoon. Really want to see Tokyo and Kyoto. was wondering if anyone had any ideas of itenarary? We will be on a little bit if a budget but want to see and do as much ...
Socks and sandals
planned Tokyo at least twice before- but ended up going some place else for whatever reason. And their radioactive-tsunami- earthquake trio was a deterrent too. Well, anyway, Tokyo finally happened, much to my ...
Posted in May The Blog Be with You by Goofy9
Hello everyone. We are here in Hakone now. Left Tokyo at 8.30 and travelled to Mt. Fuji. crossed lake Ashi by ferry first, stopped at the foot of the mountain where we had coffee and were then to have gone by gondolier to the top of the mountain but the wind was too strong and we had to travel by bus up ...
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