Tag: Tokyo

Shinjuku
By: Date: December 25, 2010 Categories: Guide,Shinjuku Tags: , , , , , , ,

In Shinjuku, all the characteristics that make Tokyo an interesting city are concentrated in a single, bustling district: luxury department stores, shopping at discount, dazzling neon signs, austere government offices, crowds huddled, giant screens in the streets, cafes to enjoy a bowl of noodles standing up, nights club with escorts, sanctuaries located in areas not visible…

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Roppongi
By: Date: December 24, 2010 Categories: Guide,Roppongi Tags: , , , , ,

Packed with bars and restaurants, Roppongi is characterized by a crackling intense nightlife. Roppongi is famous as one of the foremost entertainment districts in Tokyo. After the 1970, many discos, bars, and nightclubs were built and this district gained a very youthful and international aura. The fame of this Tokyo nightlife spot is known worldwide with many…

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Akihabara
By: Date: December 23, 2010 Categories: Akihabara,Guide Tags: , , , ,

Akihabara, also known as the “Electric Town”, is the biggest electronics shop district in the world and one of the most important japanese pop culture springs. Akihabara gained some fame through being home to one of the first stores devoted to personal robots and robotics. Located near Tokyo Station, in Akihabara you can find gadget, technology, anime, video games,…

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Akasaka
By: Date: December 22, 2010 Categories: Akasaka,Guide Tags: , , , ,

Akasaka  is a residential and commercial district of  Minato-Tokyo, located west of the government center in Nagatachō and north of the Roppongi nightlife district. Akasaka is appealing more for the high concentration of luxury hotels than for any tourist attractions that are worthy of note. But if it happens to go here, you will certainly find some place of…

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Asakusa
By: Date: December 20, 2010 Categories: Asakusa,Guide Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Asakusa has long been considered the heart of old Shitamach : this Tokyo district is a compact and interesting place to explore on foot and it is very famous because there are many temples, as well as various festivals. Its main attraction is Sensō-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Bodhisattva Kannonand it is also know as Asakusa Kannon-Do. In the…

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Tokyo
By: Date: December 17, 2010 Categories: Guide Tags: ,

A quarter of Japan’s population lives within 30 miles from the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. With over 13 million people, Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world and it is political capital, economic and cultural life of Japan. At first glance, Tokyo may seem like a disturbing mixture of skyscrapers, crowded sidewalks and…

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