Train delays are measured in seconds in Tokyo, the intricate rail network really is what keeps this town pumping. Each station is a city in miniature: Shibuya bursts with advertisements and commuters. Shinjuku dazzles with experimental couture. And Mitaka is a tiny haven in the shadow of skyscrapers. Overall sensory overload is a real and glorious possibility. Check out the different neighborhoods, notice their distinct flavors. You will see vibrantly dressed youths ramble past throngs of black-suited office workers. Lovingly tamed trees shade hyper-modern streetscapes. And neon-infused pachinko parlours contrast with ancient Buddhist temples. Each part of the city has a life of its own: Search out the Buddhist temples and colorful festivals in Asakusa, and try out some of the lavish shopping options in Odaiba. The historic is prized here – but the new is king. You will never see it all, but you will see more than you could imagine!
Tokyo’s hustle bustle mesmerizes for sure but, people also visit other places like- Osaka, Nagoya and Kyoto.