Tag: Tokyo Travel

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Jacob Harris

Top 10 Places To Visit In Tokyo Recommended By Experience

With a wide assortment of great places to eat, shop, and experience both modern and traditional Japanese culture, it’s no wonder why Tokyo is the rightful capital of Japan and the most populated metropolitan area in the world. There’s just so much to do and experience here!

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Jacob Harris

What Can You Do At Nakano Broadway? — A Guide To Tokyo’s Affordable Otaku Shopping Center

Nakano (中野区, Nakano-ku) is full of retail stores selling anything and everything geek. Make no mistake, though, this ward west of Tokyo is not just a mini-Akihabara. It has its own local, oftentimes wacky charm with its eclectic mix of quirky cafés, restaurants and bars, lively parks, and traditional shrines. Even if you’re not into geek culture, you are bound to find something interesting here.

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Jacob Harris

What To Do In Shimokitazawa – A Guide To Tokyo’s Vintage Thrifting Capital

Shimokitazawa (下北沢) is a burgeoning hub of fashion, art, and cuisine among the young and in the know of Japan. Shop to your heart’s content or just revel in the sheer nostalgia of the countless vintage shops that sell everything from staples like LEVI’s denim, band tees, and Coogi sweaters, to rare vinyl records and toys. Turn any day into Throwback Thursday and be transported back to your favorite era!

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Jacob Harris

What To Do At Meiji Jingu Shrine – A Guide To Tokyo’s Oasis

The Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine surrounded by a dense forest located in the middle of Shinjuku and Shibuya. It is named after Japan’s first “modern” emperor, Emperor Meiji, and his Empress Consort, Shoken. It is just a one-minute walk from the Harajuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line.

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Jacob Harris

How Do You Get From Haneda Airport To Tokyo?

At Haneda Airport, there are limited, but easy ways to get to the city center of Tokyo. This includes trains, buses, and taxis. The most commonly used way is by train through the Keikyu Airport Line and Tokyo Monorail. There are also two more options if you don’t want to take the train. You can opt in for the Friendly Limousine Bus, or a taxi. Because the options are limited and easy to use, you definitely won’t feel stressed or overwhelmed.

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