Tokyo Travel Guide -
Japan’s capital charms visitors with its crowded but orderly streets, dizzy high-
Four days is not enough time to explore a city as large as Tokyo. While my stay was too brief it provided a great introduction to one of the most vibrant cities in the world.
Upon setting foot in Tokyo I was struck by the rows of conical trees on both sides
of the streets and the tree-
Superficially, Tokyoites seems like wind-
When it comes to Tokyo, we may think of flashing express trains, polite men in black
suits carrying briefcases, and legions of poker-
Their steps were no longer fixed and their faces no longer bleak. They laughed shopped ate and played. Japanese girls with porcelain complexions dressed in stylish miniskirts and high boots. It seemed that they had waited so long for the weekend gather date and makes the weekend to gather, date and make the most of their vibrant lives.
Having enjoyed a delicious bowl of ramen, I walked to Shinjuku, long regarded as the most hectic quarter of Tokyo. Apart from jungles of modern high rises and a huge network of subway routes, Shinjuku, takes pride in its City Hall. The City Hall is a favourite destination for visitors who ascend to the top floor for panoramic views of the city. When visiting Shinjuku I was sorry not to have time to stop in the many small taverns. Some of these places had just enough room for two tables. In such crowded quarters, customers feel cozy. Total strangers grow close.
If you like to sing, you can bring your guitar and sing your favourite songs, from romantic pop ballads to Japanese folk songs.
Tokyo is a city of parks! These open spaces feature a wide variety of bonsais or straight rows of pine trees that display cultural characteristics of the Japanese Ueno Hybia, Koshikawa and Korakuen are vast where spaces people of all ages stop and rest. I was surprised that this modern city had many homeless people who lay strewn around in public places. In the morning when the sun peeped out and people were rushing to work, these aimless wretches lay buried in blankets slumbering in the city's park.
Everyone took shelter underground. Here, in this underground world, I heard the pounding
footsteps and laughter of passers-
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