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In a sprawling city of over 42 million people, Kanto is Japan’s most developed and industrialized prefecture. Kanto lies east of the Hakone checkpoint and is the country’s seat of government and has the largest group of cultural and educational institutions. Plan to spend a couple of hours at the family-friendly National Science Museum. It has two buildings: the Japan Gallery, focusing on Japan’s flora, fauna and geological history; and the Earth Gallery building with exceptional biodiversity, space and physics displays. Art lovers can choose a variety of tours, from the famous Tokyo National Museum to the Edo-Tokyo Museum, with exhibits tracing the history, culture and lifestyles of Japan. In the centre of low town, you will be able to visit the 7th-century Sensoji Temple, the oldest in Tokyo. After passing through gates, and the traditional food and souvenir marketplace, you enter the five-storied pagoda temple … and a spiritual journey with the Japanese.
The Tokyo Great Cycling Tour includes an exceptional guide with all of the anecdotes and history to make your tour memorable. Join other cyclists from all over the world to tour the Bay, for example, with a stop at the famed fish market, a cup of tea, lunch and scenic breaks. To experience Japanese traditional culture, schedule a Japanese Tea Ceremony ritual, offered in English at many hotels. Expect a slow-paced serene experience, precisely designed to lift the weight of the day with quiet, elegant tea preparation. Another must-see on the cultural scene is a rakugo performance. The Japanese art of comic storytelling features everyday humour that reaches every person. For a different view of the hip culture of Japan, test the night life in Shibuya and Roppongi and their environs. Live music and night clubs deliver many styles of music – soul, rock, pop, C&W, 50’s – you name it!
If you’ve been to Paris, NYC or any other major metropolitan city, you understand the value of location…location…location. Cut the commute time and enjoy more of the city with an apartment rental in the centre of Tokyo. You’ll appreciate the space, amenities and convenience … with a residential feel to your holiday.