Flights to Tokyo
Tokyo, the city which is rich in museums and national parks, became the capital of Japan in 1868 after Emperor Meiji moved his seat to Edo from Kyoto. Edo was then renamed as Tokyo. It has the largest metropolitan economy in the world as it is the home of 51 Fortune Global 500 companies. It offers Chichibu Tama Kai, Fuji-Hakone-Izu, Tokyo National Museum, Ogasawara National Parks, National Museum of Nature and Science, Shitamachi Museum and National Museum for Western Art, Shitamachi Museum, etc.
How to reach Tokyo?
Narita International Airport, Ibaraki Airport, Tokyo Haneda Airport, and Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport are ready to welcome the international passengers, while the ranges of domestic airports include Oshima Airport, Atsugi Airport, and Yokota Ab.
What are the main attractions in Tokyo?
Tokyo offers four national parks. It is rich architectural beauty comprises contemporary architecture, modern architecture, and older buildings. Some of the internationally acknowledged structural shapes are Asahi Beer Hall, Tokyo International Forum, NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, and Rainbow Bridge. Tokyo is also known for its contribution to cut greenhouse gases. However, Japan's first emissions cap system has been able to reduce greenhouse gas emission by a total of 25% by 2020 from the 2000 level.
What are the famous attractions near Tokyo?
- Hakone (100 km from Tokyo)
- Izu Peninsula – Atami (40-minute-trip)
- Boso Peninsula – Tateyama
- Chiba Castle
What are the best things to do in Tokyo?
- Nezu Museum
- Ryogoku Kokugikan
- Tokyo Metro
What are the famous hotels in Tokyo?
- Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku
- ANA InterContinental Tokyo
- The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
What are the famous restaurants in Tokyo?
- Steak House Pound Akihabara
- Asakusa Okonomiyaki Sometaro
- Ise Sueyoshi