Tokyo: Japan’s Heart and Capital
"As Japan's heart and capital, Tokyo abounds with activities. From world-class accommodations to Michelin restaurants, from exceptionally local shopping to cultural sightseeing, Tokyo has so much to offer!"
Eating Sushi at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market
"Japan is many things to many people. Some visit to experience its natural beauty, others visit for the history. Me..I went for the food! Japanese cuisine has always been a favourite and the thought of experiencing genuine Japanese food cooked in local kitchens by local chefs what just too tempting to ignore. My most memorable moment was sitting in Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market eating sushi and absorbing the sounds and smells of a cold January morning."
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 1-9-1, Tokyo Station Ichibangai underground South Street
Most of the famous ramen shops in Tokyo usually come with oily and salty soup, but in Ikaruga, you can try a more refreshing ramen soup with seafood taste.
2/F,Tsukiji market 6 Building, Tsukiji, Tokyo 104-0045
Tsukiji Market is well known for its raw fish market and sushi shops. Sushidai is the most popular sushi shop in the market. Every morning, there is a long queue waiting outside the shop.
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
Shibuya Hikarie Department Store
Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza
The Peninsula Tokyo, 1-8-1 yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0006
Located in the business hub of Marunouchi, the Peninsula Tokyo is surrounded by breathtaking views of the Imperial Palace.
2-13-21, Shitaya, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0004
For only 2,700 yen, you can stay in this Tokyo Heritage Hostel, a traditional Japanese building with secluded garden and old-world decorations. The concept of the guesthouse is “Beyond all borders”.