A perfect balance of the ultramodern and traditional, the busy capital of Japan, Tokyo is a dazzling city connecting past and future.
My husband had a brief three-months project transfer to this enchanting city during which he rejoiced working, and discovering the bustling place and its culture a few years back.
Tokyo Skytree: Skytree in Tokyo is the tallest structure in Japan. It is the communications and observation tower about 600-meters tall.
Tokyo Tower: A landmark of Tokyo and a symbol of the rebirth of the city post World War II, Tokyo Tower is the second-tallest structure in Japan.
The divine shrine Sensoji
Tokyo’s most popular and colorful Buddhist temple, Sensoji is Tokyo’s oldest temple. Entering the temple through a shopping street which has a history of several centuries, and feeling the divinity of the religious structures is fabulous.
Ginza District and Kabuki-Za theatre
Home to Japan’s oldest baseball team, Tokyo Dome is perfect for catching a game.
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