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10 Reasons to Visit Tokyo

10 Reasons to visit Tokyo Japan At the summit there are shops selling soba, udon & refreshing beer. And at the midway point there is even a beer garden. Lasting Love The Japanese believe if you witness the lights of Tokyo Tower turn off with your loved one, your love will last longer. Haunted History 1. #3 2# There are many haunted areas around Tokyo. So if you enjoy Japanese horror films, come & take a tour. Takao-san This is the most visited mountain in the world. With #3 2.6 million visitors in 2009 ¥35,000 Gourmet Cuisine Often considered as the 9. Harajuku A place for extreme fashion and hip hot spots. And where you go to get a sneak peak at upcoming trends. most expensive restaurant in the world, Aragawa will charge you ¥35,000 (approx. $456 US) per plate of Kobe beef. '5 Tsukiji Fish Market One of the world's largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day. This is where you go to get authentic sushi. 6. (7 Train Lines Tokyo's trains pass through 503 stations across 23 wards. Restaurants 88,000 restaurants and more Michelin So getting around the city is easy. stars than any other city in the world. It could take a lifetime to try them all. Golden Gai District 10 %2: over 250 bars open for business. It is one of Tokyo's most celebrated drinking dens located in a space of Located in Shinjuku and has 8. Shinjuku Station The busiest station in the world with over 200 exits. approximately 2,000m2. KAMPAI! In 2007, an avg. of 3,640,000 passengers passed through per day. This is a must see-for-yourself experience. = 10 bars visual ly SOURCES: http://www.timeout.jp/en/tokyo/feature/4829/Tokyo-trivia-40-facts-to-wow-your-mind http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3021.html

10 Reasons to Visit Tokyo

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From mid-hike beer gardens to an amazing gourmet cuisine living off some of the best fresh markets in the world, Tokyo is an excellent city to pay a visit. Grab yourself a Harajuku fashionista and spe...

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