The Most Populous Metropolis
Known for its sophisticated railways, quirky fashion, public gardens, national museums, tech havens, diverse neighborhoods, and cultural tradition, Tokyo is much more than a bustling capital city. Situated on the eastern coast of Honshu, this Japanese hub displays its juxtaposition of past and future for all who visit.
Whether you’re looking to explore the neon-lit skyscrapers of Shibuya, the revered historic temples of Asakusa, or the bohemian cafés of Shimokitazawa, Tokyo has just about everything.
Plan Your Visit
Tokyo has a tradition of lively marketplaces where locals and tourists alike experience the culture and offerings of the capital. If you’re visiting, here are some of the markets you should add to your itinerary!
Meet Tokyo Residents
From the Blog
Chasing the Bloom
The juxtaposed beauty and fragility of cherry blossoms have captivated the Japanese people for centuries. With their short but breathtaking and peaceful bloom season, the flowers become a metaphor for the fleeting nature of life.
These Dreamy Photos of Japan Will Have You Packing Your Bags
Gabriele Colzi typically uses his camera to showcase his home country of Italy. But on a recent trip to the other side of the world, Gabriele turned his attention to Japan. His dreamy photos capture a magical quality not usually associated with the island nation.