What can you do during your stay in Tokyo?
Tokyo - the mega-metropolis in the east of Japan's main island of Honshū - is one of the most impressive cities in the world, with a population of around ten million! Tokyo combines the spirit of Japan's past with its modern future.
The city is exciting and bustling and offers a variety of activities such as guided city tours to historical sites or culinary trips to traditional Japanese cuisine!
It's hard for travelers to grasp Tokyo's size and diversity, and you won't be able to stop marveling during your trip. Impressive experiences await at every turn, such as the Imperial Square, the Statue of Liberty of Tokyo or the Meiji Shrine.
Especially exciting is a visit to the old town area of Tokyo, where you will also find charming and great hotels and accommodations. The narrow winding streets will take you to another world and the nice little cafés and restaurants will tempt you with regional specialties.
The iconic cherry blossom trees are also spectacular, transforming the city into a sea of blossoms in all their glory during the blooming season (March to April).
Tokyo - a melting pot of the past and the future
Hardly any other city in the world combines modernity with its historical past as much as Tokyo. Founded as a castle town, Tokyo grew throughout its history into a global megacity that has something to offer every traveler.
Today, around 40 million people live in the Tokyo metropolitan area! For a first rough overview, it is therefore recommended to explore the city by boat. On a boat tour on the Sumida River you get an impression of the size of the city. You will pass various sights during the guided tour and enjoy an impressive panoramic view of Tokyo.
A visit to the famous Meiji Shrine is also recommended. A peaceful oasis in the hustle and bustle of the city. There you can switch off in peace and take a relaxing walk through the beautiful green spaces.
A little more action promises a visit to the district "Electric Town". There you can marvel at modern architectural wonders that provide unexpected insights into Japan's technological progress.