Tokyo is the capital of Japan, and it forms the Tokyo Metropolis with neighboring areas. It is a highly prosperous city that integrates politics, economy, culture, and fashion elements. It is also a popular travel destination for tourists with its busy pace and prosperity, as well as its dazzling charm.
Tokyo is a modern city. When climbing onto the Tokyo Tower and Skytree, you can have a panoramic view of the city streets and Mt. Fuji under clear, bright daylight. When visiting Ginza, you can stroll freely in the neighborhoods where the old meets and mixes with the new. While enjoying shopping, make sure to experience the charm of rich cultural heritage. You can go to Roppongi Hills to fully appreciate fashion and art among the National Art Center, Tokyo Midtown, and Roppongi Hills.
The passage of history coexists with the urban modernity of Tokyo. You can personally experience the culture and prosperity of the Edo Period by dressing up kimono and passing through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate). You can feel the auspice and peace since the 20th century by strolling along the trail in the woods within the vast area of Meiji Shrine. When taking a leisure walk at the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, you would take the exquisite Japanese garden as if it is a serene oasis lying in the middle of a busy metropolis. Or you can arrange a guided tour to savor the memories and nostalgia context of Nijubashi Bridge, Fujimi Yagura Turret, and Fushimi Yagura Turret.
Tokyo is also the "Mecca of Gourmets," where masters of all fields get together. Soy sauce ramen has always been regarded as the most authentic faction of Tokyo ramen. Each shop has its own merits in this intensive competition with its respective broth, noodles, ingredients, and secret recipes. Originating in the 19th century, the Tokyo sushi fraction "Edomae Sushi" is a piece of craftsmanship demonstrating exquisite skills that create every nigiri sushi with unforgettable taste. Moreover, all kinds of craftsman cafes can also satisfy every traveler's taste.
The best travel season
The temperature is more pleasant in spring and autumn, and they are the most popular traveling seasons in Tokyo. In spring, cherry blossoms are in full bloom, which would turn Shinjuku Gyo-en, Chidorigafuchi, and Ueno Park into dreamlike pink wonderland. In autumn, the maple leaves turn reddish yellow, making the Meiji Shrine Outer Garden, Yoyogi Park, and Karuizawa a piece of heart-touching artwork.
Tokyo's traffic transportation is well-connected in all directions and has multi-language instruction signs. The public transportation includes JR, Tokyo Metro, Toei Subway, and private railways. JR includes Narita Airport Express Train "N'EX," the Yamanote Line and Chuo Line that runs through the downtown area, and Keiyo Line that reaches Tokyo Disneyland.
There are also suburban lines connecting Yokohama and Kamakura, as well as the Shinkansen that goes to Karuizawa. Tokyo Metro currently has nine lines, while the Toei Subway has four, and the stations sell all kinds of unlimited transportation passes, which offers a cost-effective and convenient way of traveling.
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Are there any current entry restrictions in Tokyo?
During the pandemic, the entry restrictions of various countries have been adjusted on a rolling basis. Kindly remind you that please be sure to check the entry restrictions of your destination and prepare relevant documents before your departure. For details, please refer to the latest travel restrictions.
When can I fly to Tokyo with a lower fare?
How many flights are there to Tokyo every week?
STARLUX Airlines offers daily flights from Taipei and Los Angeles to Tokyo. You can check the detailed flight dates and information via timetable.
How many international airports are there in Tokyo?
Tokyo has two international airports, respectively known as Narita International Airport (NRT) and Haneda International Airport (HND), and STARLUX Airlines offers flights to Narita International Airport (NRT).
How far is Tokyo International Airport from downtown?
Narita Airport (NRT) is located about 60 kilometers of Tokyo, and Haneda Airport (HND) is located about 14 kilometers of Tokyo. Kindly remind you to plan your transportation to the city before departure.
How to get from the airport to downtown?
When arriving at Narita International Airport (NRT), you can take the Skyliner to the downtown area after clearance, which would take about 41 minutes. If arriving at Haneda International Airport (HND), you can take Keikyu Railway or Monorail after completing customs clearance, which would take about 15 minutes to the downtown area.