Tokyo is known as one of the busiest cities in the world that has the largest population.
To make the busy city works perfectly, there needs so many professionals all the time.

The PR movie named “7-Minute Miracle” was made because an American journalist Mr.Charlie found that how perfectly the cleaning staff worked in bullet train to maintain comfortable quickly and accurately in only 7 minutes.

They are absolutely the “PROFESSIONALS”.

What kind of city is the city of Tokyo?


It is definitely the biggest city in the world!
People from all over the world gather and it’s amazing that the city has been kept safe.
And the city is always surprisingly clean.
Another great part of the city is that it’s enjoyable so many different international food from all over the world!

Access to center of Tokyo



Approximately 30 minutes from Haneda airport by train.
Approximately 50 minutes from Haneda airport by bus.

3 Must-see Spots to Visit When in Tokyo


Tsukiji Fish Market

It’s known as the biggest fish market in the world and called “Kitchen of Tokyo”.
The market has been very important place to make food industry in Tokyo great.
It’s good to join the tour of the market and/or enjoy fresh seafood at restaurants in the market.

Asakusa

It’s a historical neighborhood where has flourished since Edo period as a center of culture、performing arts and retails. There are so many long-established restaurants and retails of traditional stuff. You can also walk Kappa-bashi street where is known as “town for professionals in food industry” as well.

Meiji Jingu Shrine

That is most famous shrines in Japan. The vast and greenery garden makes you forget that you are in the heart of Tokyo.

3 Must-eat Dishes to Order When You Visit Tokyo


Edo-style Sushi

You can’t miss Sushi when in Tokyo. It’s absolutely must-eat! There are so many different types of sushi restaurants such as rotating-fastfood style ones and long-established ones in the city.
Why don’t you pick one around Tsukiji fish market area.

Ramen

Ramen is originally from China but it’s been evolving in unique ways in Japan. Now it’s one of Japanese national food. The style of taste, soup, noodles and ingredients depend on store.

Monjayaki

The looks interesting for tourists from overseas but it’s a soulfood of Tokyo. If you haven’t tried it yet, you should visit Tsukishima area.

3 Must-get Souvenirs to Buy When Visiting Tokyo


Edo Kiriko Glass

It’s founded in Edo period and has been popular as Tokyo’s traditional crafts since then.
Drinking Sake with Edo kiriko glass make you feel speacial.

Food samples

The food samples from Kappabashi near Asakusa neighbourhood looks like real food!

Edo style pattern hand towel

This is also one of the traditional crafts of Tokyo. Edo style pattern is getting popular in the world too.

The Dialect of Tokyo


“Shoppana” … means “from the beginning”

“Okkanai” … An expression of “scary”

“Shoppai” … An expression of “salty”

All of this, and plenty more fascinating things are waiting for you to discover in Uji City in Kyoto Prefecture.

Why don’t you visit the charming town of Uji City!?

GO TOKYO
http://www.gotokyo.org/jp/

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