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About Tokyo

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Tokyo is GIANT.

At over 5,000 square miles, the Greater Tokyo Area is the second largest metropolitan area on the planet in terms of urban landmass. When it comes to population, it comes in at #1. As the home of the most people in the world, it’s no wonder there are specific jobs dedicated to crowd control. Oshiya, or “pushers” work at some of Tokyo’s busiest railway stations. Their job is to push people onto crowded trains during rush hour so don’t be surprised if you get a little nudge on the train while you’re traveling!

Tokyo has many different wards, each with their own spotlights. See Shibuya’s neon lights or travel to Sumida’s Ryogoku Kokugikan (a Sumo arena). Visit Harajuku, which is well known for its bold street fashion. While you’re seeing the sights, take advantage of tax-free shopping (bonus!) and check out the many street vending machines selling interesting items like canned bread, flying ish soup, sushi socks and more!

If you choose to venture to the outskirts of Tokyo, be sure to visit Takao-san. It’s not only the world’s most visited mountain, but it is also home to an Udon shop and beer garden at its Summit.


Asakusa is the center of Tokyo’s shitamachi (literally “low city”), one of Tokyo’s districts where an atmosphere of the past decades survives. Asakusa’s main attraction is the Sensoji Temple, a very popular Buddhist temple built in the 7th century. 

Tokyo SkyTree

Standing at 634m, the Tokyo SkyTree is the tallest free-standing building in the world. The decision on the figure “634” for the height was based on the concept of choosing a figure that would be easy for everyone to remember. From the observation decks, the landscape of the old Musashi Province reminds visitors of the locality and history of the area surrounding Tokyo. Take the elevator all the way up to Floor 450 and enjoy the 360-degree view!

Meiji Shrine

Meiji Shrine is the Shinto Shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken. The shrine is located in a 170-acre forest, made up of 120,000 trees that were donated by people from Japan.

巨大都市 東京。





浅草は、東京の下町(文字通り「低い都市」)の中心であり、過去数十年の雰囲気が残る東京の地区の 1 つです。浅草の魅力といえば浅草寺。7 世紀に建てられた非常に人気のある仏教寺院です。





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