Tokyo Hotels, Japan
Tokyo Hotels, Japan
Within and around the capital city of Japan, you can easily access accommodation properties convenient for your movement and travels. Some of these recommended hotels by travelers are the following:
Ana Intercontinental Tokyo
Dai Ichi Hotel Tokyo
Hotel Allamanda Aoyama Tokyo
Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay
Keio Plaza Hotel
Park Hyatt Tokyo Hotel
Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Royal Park Hotel The Haneda Tokyo
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Hotel New Otani Tokyo Executive House Zen
Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo
The Ritz Carlton Tokyo
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
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Brief Introduction to Tokyo City
Tokyo City, Japan
Tokyo is translated as “Eastern Capital” in English language. It is officially called Tokyo Metropolis and is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan.
It is the capital of Japan and considered the most populous metropolitan area on earth. Tokyo is the seat of the Japanese Emperor and its government.
In the pre-1869 (Edo Period), Tokyo was a small fishing village name Edo. This is the home of Edo clan who first fortified it in the late 12th century. It became the center of nationwide military government during Tokugawa Ieyasu who because a shogun in 1590.
From 1943 to the present, the city of Tokyo got merged with the metropolitan prefecture of Tokyo. The bombings in the 40s destroyed most of the city but has completely revived the place and turned into the busiest metropolitan in the world.
Being a huge city, Tokyo is now with everything that a traveler or visitor would wish to see and experience. It is Japan’s center of culture, business, sightseeing, restaurants, nightlife, accommodation and all.
Just like many metropolis in the world, Tokyo should be thought of not as a single city but a constellation of cities co-existing side-by-side. In Tokyo you can see almost everything modern – from electronics – but at the same time it is not detached from its traditional culture being represented by potteries, ancient arts and everything about their past culture.
You can witness the electronic blare of Akihabara (electronic town) to the Imperial gardens, shrines and hyperactive and colorful youth culture Mecca of Shibuya.
Don’t get caught up with your tourist guide map. Just enjoy the place by wandering around and trying things that look new and interesting. People are friendly enough to tell you directions if you are totally lost.
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