In places Tokyo seems to have been frozen in time—especially in the traditions that underpin many Tokyoites’ lives or the temples and gardens that have survived centuries of upheaval—yet in others the city never stands still, and change of some kind—gradual and rapid—is always afoot. - Copyright © 2014 by Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved.
Copyright ©2015 by Fodor's Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved.
Things You Can't Miss
The Tokyo National Museum’s important collections include archaeological artifacts, paintings, calligraphy, sculptures, textiles, pottery and more.
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Explore what well-regarded Walk Japan calls “perhaps the most enigmatic” metropolis on Earth, mixing ultramodern and traditional. It offers Tokyo tours.
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You can luxuriate in tubs filled by hot springs at the Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari complex, then stroll in a yukata robe to nosh on sushi or shop.
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Step off the hectic tourist trail, feed koi and watch locals unwind. You’ll see wedding parties, guys dressed like retro U.S. rockers and more at Yoyogi Park.
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