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Tokyo - from May 2018

Tokyo
Japans capital Tokyo is the densest populated landmass on Earth, in the wider urban sprawl are living more than 37 Million people, a third of all Japanese. The perfect organization of this city is a testimonial to the planning and administration skills of the city council. Your comfortable Austrian flight will bring you to the airport Tokyo-Narita, from here you can catch a train to most of the many city districts. If you get out at Shinjuku, you will be on the most busy train station in the World, everyday three million people use this station. Nearby you can find the Imperial Park of Shinjuku, Shinjuku Gyoen. It is one of the most famous parks in Japan and a great place to enjoy the cherry blossom season, the Hanami Festival. In the Chiyoda district is the Imperial Palace, that you can visit for free. It is situated on the spot where the Edo Castle was once erected, the historic center of todays’ Tokyo. Even older is the Sensō-ji Shrine in the Taitō district. The fans of Japanese mangas and animes, the „otakus“, have their own big paradise in the Akihabara district. From cosplay costumes to the latest gaming craze, from gothic lolitas to Maid Cafés you will find everything this overcharged entertainment culture has to offer. The Harajuku district is the meeting point for the fashion craze of the city, here young people show off their outfits to each other, trying to top everyone else in multi-colored craziness. To get back some strength, eat one of the noodle soups, ramen, that are offered everywhere. Go to the Tsukiji Market, the biggest fish market in the world, and get the freshest sushi in the nearby food stands. If you want go for high-end food, indulge in the many star-studded Restaurants for the best food of Tokyo. Nightlife is happening in Roppongi, Shibuya or Ginza, but can move swiftly when the next fashionable places are discovered somewhere else. Have a great time in Tokyo, but don’t miss your Austrian flight back home!

Worth knowing

Japan
  • Currency: Japanese yen(JPY)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Capital: Tokyo
  • Austrian flight destination: Tokyo
Airport
  • Tokyo Narita (NRT): The airport is located 65 km (40 miles) east of Tokyo.
  • Address: 1-1 Furugome, Narita, Chiba Prefecture 282-0004, Japan
  • Telephone: +81 4763 48000
  • Airport Tokyo You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

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