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Tokyo Holidays

Japan's busy capital, Tokyo is a terrific juxtaposition of centuries-old temples and iconic skyscrapers, of traditional and modern. Sensō-ji, Tokyo Tower, Shin-Marunouchi Building, Gokoku-ji, Opera City Tower, Kan'ei-ji, Tokyo Skytree, Sōji-ji, Meiji Shrine and Zenyōmitsu-ji are among the well-known attractions in the city. A giant artificial island in Tokyo Bay across the Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba is a major entertainment hub in the region. For families looking to have some more fun in the city, the Tokyo DisneySea is a tempting option, with its wide range of thrilling rides and exciting theme-based shows. Read more ...

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Tokyo travel guide

  • Before you set your foot outside the hotel door, be aware of Tokyo's complicated address system. Very few streets have names and instead are identified by numbers indicating building, block and area. 1-11-18, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku would therefore translate as the 18th building of the 11th block of the 1st area of Shibuya in Shibuya ward. Invest in a bilingual map of Tokyo and don't hesitate to ask police for directions, as even the locals can get confused. Once you have grasped the navigation system, Tokyo is a delight to get around. The metro is super efficient, the city is clean and people are courteous and friendly. Though addresses may be confusing, Tokyo is divided neatly into 23 wards, each with a certain distinctive characteristic. Visit Asakusa for old-town charm and temples, Ginza for shopping, Mecca and Akihabara for electronics galore. Blend old and new to get a taste of Tokyo's great diversity. Variety is Tokyo's key. Few other world cities are as wonderfully idiosyncratic. International and local influences intertwine in cuisine, festivals, music, galleries, shopping and even accommodation. Bizarre and fast-moving, yet peaceful and intrinsically religious, Tokyo's identity is above all, distinctly Japanese, despite existing as a world of its own.

  • Before you set your foot outside the hotel door, be aware of Tokyo's complicated address system. Very few streets have names and instead are identified by numbers indicating building, block and area. 1-11-18, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku would therefore translate as the 18th building of the 11th block of the 1st area of Shibuya in Shibuya ward. Invest in a bilingual map of Tokyo and don't hesitate to ask police for directions, as even the locals can get confused.

    Once you have grasped the navigation system, Tokyo is a delight to get around. The metro is super efficient, the city is clean and people are courteous and friendly. Though addresses may be confusing, Tokyo is divided neatly into 23 wards, each with a certain distinctive characteristic. Visit Asakusa for old-town charm and temples, Ginza for shopping, Mecca and Akihabara for electronics galore. Blend old and new to get a taste of Tokyo's great diversity.

    Variety is Tokyo's key. Few other world cities are as wonderfully idiosyncratic. International and local influences intertwine in cuisine, festivals, music, galleries, shopping and even accommodation. Bizarre and fast-moving, yet peaceful and intrinsically religious, Tokyo's identity is above all, distinctly Japanese, despite existing as a world of its own.

  • Whether you're a techno buff or want to take in some more traditional Japanese sights and sounds, this city can offer it all. Visit splendid Shinto shrines or indulge in some shopping on Tokyo's equivalent of Fifth Avenue. Here are the highlights:

  • Boasting more than 300.000 restaurants, cafes and food stalls, the only problem when going for dinner in Tokyo, is too much choice. Japanese food is famous for its clean and fresh taste, but here you can really delve into the depths of this oriental cuisine. Sample the best sushi before moving on to more adventurous fare in an izakaya or yatai street stall. High-end dining can be expensive but in restaurants such as the New York Grill, there is no doubt that you are paying for the very best in terms of cuisine and, in the former, spectacular views. Many of the more pricey venues offer great deals for lunch, so it is worth making the most of these culinary delights earlier in the day. Book ahead for most places, especially during the weekends and watch out for a particular eating etiquette. Sticking your chopsticks into your rice vertically is a funerary custom!

    New York Grill

    Dine with the stars at the top of the Park Hyatt hotel, where the modern seafood and meat dishes easily match the standard of the restaurant's location. Dinner on a weeknight is a pleasure, but the Grill is particularly famous for its Sunday brunch, when expats take over the dining room.

    Elio Locanda Italiana

    Elio lies off the beaten track just enough to convince people they're eating in one of Tokyo's hidden treasures. Receiving rave reviews from its many regulars, steaming bowls of pasta are served up amidst noisy chatter from local residents. Service is polished, and the atmosphere is Mediterranean in attitude.

    Toh-Ka-Lin

    Toh-Ka-Lin has been serving some of the finest Chinese cuisine in Tokyo since Hotel Okura opened in 1962. At this stylish restaurant, located on the 12th floor, you can enjoy food such as Peking duck or authentic Cantonese dim sum, prepared by Chinese dumpling masters, while looking out over Tokyo's skyline. The restaurant also has one of the most extensive wine lists in the town.

  • Most socialising done in Tokyo is away from home, hence the infinite number of venues that offer alcohol in the city, from the ubiquitous izakaya, to the more exclusive glitzy bars. The nightlife in Tokyo has something to offer everyone. Whether you're looking for a hedonistic party, superclub sounds or chilled out beats it's all here for the taking. Lounge about or dance the night away at Tokyo's best clubs.

    New York Bar

    On the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt Hotel it is easy to see why Sofia Coppola filmed part of "Lost in Translation" here. It serves a wide range of drinks, from cocktail, mocktail, draft beer, Bourbon, Scoth, or wine to sake. Listen to top-notch jazz musicians whilst checking out the Tokyo skyline.

    H2 International Bar

    Get connected and mingle with both Japanese and travellers, H2 International Bar is a cosy bar with a friendly and fun atmosphere. Sip a cocktail or a beer while listing to music from the 70s, 80s and 90s, including soul, pop, RnB, and rock. If you like singing, then you have arrived at the right place, they have Karaoke too.

    Odeon Tokyo

    One of the most famous and after-hours party spots in Tokyo, Odeon Tokyo is a stylish and sophisticated venue, a rendezvous for models, dancers and partygoers. Chill out in the V.I.P area on the comfy sofas or dance the night away to all genres of music, either way you will have the ultimate club experience.

    Lineclub Roppongi

    Located in Roppongi district, Lineclub Roppongi is a night club where the DJs are playing some of the best hip hop and R&B music including Reggae, Latin and Top40. And for the ladies, Friday is the Ladies night which means happy hour the whole evening.

    Mogambo Tokyo

    In the heart of Roppongi, Mogambo Tokyo attracts a good mix of expats, tourists and locals, making it a fun place either for a drink or a date on the weekends, and on the weekends, it turns into a vibrant party hangout as the night falls. A place where friendships are formed, and unforgettable nights out are guaranteed.

    Geronimo Shot Bar

    With a North American Indian theme, this small bar has an intriguing collection of Native American artefacts on the walls and ceiling. Running its business for 24 years, Geronimo Shot Bar is still going strong with its lively and party ambience. From the speakers, a wide range of music selection is played to keep everyone happy. Pop in and see what the fuss is all about.

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