Japan's capital Tokyo is Japan's biggest megacity. It's about 30 minutes from Haneda Airport and 60 minutes from Narita International Airport. This easy-to-access city is very popular with travelers!
Within Tokyo, there are various areas. Shibuya is famous for having the world's busiest crossing, which is said to be used at most by 500,000 people daily. Harajuku is the home of the latest fashions and sweets, as well as Japan's KAWAII culture. Shinjuku is a neighborhood of skyscrapers surrounding the world's busiest train station. Ikebukuro has the incredibly popular Pokemon Center; Roppongi is the place to enjoy Japanese nightlife; Ginza is full of expensive boutiques and department stores; Asakusa is a historical area visited by 30 million people yearly; the center of traditional culture, Ueno; the holy land for anime and manga fans, Akihabara; and of course there's Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree.... This is also the capital city of cuisine, a place where you can enjoy the standard dishes of sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, soba, and more, as well as regional specialties from around the country and the world. Every time you visit Tokyo you'll find something new. It's a huge city that is full of charms that make people fall in love with it.


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