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Tokyo Vacation

About Tokyo

Tokyo is a huge, bustling metropolis which many people dream of seeing. It's a city of bright colors, neon lights and high technology, but also of quiet tea houses, cherry blossom and Buddhist temples. Tokyo began life on much more modest terms – as a fishing village called Edo. It became the center of power in Japan during the 1600s but didn't officially become the country's capital until much later. Today it's known as an ultra-modern city, but also one in which Japanese heritage is strongly in evidence. It is an utterly fascinating place for visitors to explore and the popularity of flights to Tokyo is easy to understand.

Things to do and places to visit in Tokyo

There's so much to do in Tokyo that visitors will struggle to fit it all in. Each of Tokyo's neighborhoods has something different to offer. There are the beautiful shrines of Chiyoda, the hip Shibuya and the bright lights of Akihabara. Tokyo is a city of contradictions – calm and peaceful one moment, frenetic and loud the next. People flying to Tokyo can visit ornate temples, play garish video games or see a master chef preparing sushi. There are traditional noh, bunraku and kabuki theatre shows as well as modern jazz clubs. Day or night, there's plenty going on in Tokyo.

When visiting Tokyo, be sure to:

  • See the crazy fashions of Harajuku
  • Watch sumo wrestling in Ryogoku
  • Visit the Meiji Shrine
  • Wander through the Imperial Palace and Gardens
  • Soak up anime and manga culture in Akihabara
  • Stay in a capsule hotel
  • Bathe in the hot springs of Utsukushi no Yu onsen
  • See the intricate costumes of kabuki theatre
  • Sample the nightlife of Roppongi
  • Learn about one of anime's great at the Ghibli Museum
  • Escape the city to Shirokanedai National Park
  • Climb Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest peak
  • Watch a bunraku puppet show
  • Shop for dinner at the Tsukiji Fish Market

Airports in Tokyo

Tokyo has two airports, Narita International Airport and Tokyo International Airport (more commonly known as Haneda Airport). Narita is associated more with budget airlines and leisure flights and Haneda with business operators. Of the two, Haneda is closer to the city center.

  • Narita International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers at Narita International Airport include: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Jetstar Japan.


    Narita International Airport is located around 60km to the east of the city center.


    Trains operated by JR East and Keisei run between the airport and the city. There is also a bus service that passengers can take, in addition to taxis.

  • Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers operating to and from Tokyo International Airport include: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Skymark Airlines.


    Tokyo International Airport is located approximately 14km south of Tokyo city center.


    The Tokyo Monorail has stations at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of the airport, with trains running to Hamamatsucho Station. There are also buses and taxis available for travel between the airport and destinations in the city.