Tokyo is without a doubt one of the most exciting cities in the word. A sprawling metropolis, it has everything from districts that seem to be made entirely out of neon lights, to immaculately kept parks with multi-level pagodas and feudal-era castles. The city is known for its ultra-modern shopping malls, unique themed restaurants and its unique culture. Japan’s capital offers a mix of cutting edge technology and old-world customs, its own distinctive cuisine and some of the most fascinating cultural attractions anywhere in the world.
Tokyo is a big city. Where you choose to stay will depend largely on the reason for your visit, but for a longer stay, a serviced apartment is usually the most cost effective and convenient mode of accommodation. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment in Shinjuku or corporate housing near Roppongi, our range of properties offer all the convenience of a hotel, with reception and room cleaning, whilst affording you the privacy of your own self-contained space - including secure access and your own kitchen facilities.
No one will struggle to find things to do in Tokyo. The Japanese capital has so many districts that are packed full of divers and quirky attractions - from giant robots to exclusive karaoke bars, the city has something to offer everyone. Its unique culture and striking mix of bright colours, high modernity and traditional lifestyles combine for a truly unforgettable experience.
Those visiting the city for the first time are likely to want to visit the major sites, such as the historic castles, shinto shrines and stunning urban parks. It's also worth a visit to some of the shopping malls, which for westerners can be something of a culture shock in themselves. Simply touring the central districts is bound to throw up numerous things to see - the monorail ride over the harbour is also an absolute must.
Tokyo also offers superb nightlife. Shinjuku is the city’s more lively region, the streets of which are lined with numerous neon lights that create an almost otherworldly effect. Of course, there are also the infamous karaoke bars, where people from all walks of life - including CEOs and even local politicians - get up on stage for a song or two.
Eating out in Tokyo is more about dining - the themed restaurants are an attraction in themselves and often provide an unforgettable experience. The notorious Robot Restaurant, for example, features animatronic monsters and dancers, whilst Ninja Akasaka sees diners served by… ninjas. Alternatively, for something a little more traditional, Ginza Kyubey is one of the finest sushi restaurants in the city.
The Ginza district is the major shopping region in the city, which has everything from upmarket fashions to high-end consumer electronics, and of course Shibuya, with its famous crossing, also has many retailers in small area. DiverCity Tokyo Plaza, in the reclaimed Odaiba district, is also worth a trip - if only to see the giant Gundam statue outside.
Tokyo’s Edo castle is an absolute must for first time visitors, with its stunning grounds an architecture it provides a fascinating window into Japan’s feudal past. Sensō-ji is a temple and shrine that allows visitors to learn about the history of Japanese Buddhism and marvel at its stunning architectural heritage. Also the Meiji Shrine, which is surrounded by stunning gardens.
Japan is famous for its exceptional public transport and visitors from the UK will certainly be amazed by the efficient railway systems. The Narita Express runs a fast service from the airport into the city centre and Shinjuku station connects the city to the rest of the country via Shinkansen bullet trains. The city’s subway system is the most cost effective means of travelling between Tokyo districts and has several options for payment, including contactless.
Home of the Nikkei stock exchange, Tokyo is one of the world’s leading financial hubs. It is therefore the home of many international organisations, including electronics giants Sony, Toshiba and Fuji. The city is also home to Mitsui Bank, Capital Services Group and the bank of Tokyo.
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