Tokyo - Delectable Cuisine And High Technology- One Of Japan's Best Destinations
Tokyo is renowned for having famous sites like Shibuya Crossing and the Tokyo Skytree. It is renowned for its sakura tree-lined streets, shrines, and temples, as well as for its superb cuisine, otaku culture, and first-rate transportation system. A peculiar blend of ancient customs and cutting-edge technology exists in this city.
Best time to visit: Mar-To-May
Things to do: Morning Sumo Practice, Go Kart in the streets of Tokyo, Rollercoaster Rides, Jump into a Blade Runner World at TeamLab Borderless and much more!
HOW TO REACH TOKYO
- Flight -The best and only way to go to Japan is via flying. There are numerous direct flights as well as connections between India and Japan. Osaka International Airport, Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, and Kansai Airport are Japan's principal airports. The majority of the planes land in Tokyo's Haneda Airport from India.
- Ferry - Riding a ferry takes a lot of time; it takes about 19 hours to get from India to Tokyo. The time varies from different destinations and how many stops are in between.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Subway - The two main modes of public transportation in Tokyo are the train and the subway. Due to its convenience and low cost, tourists prefer to utilize the train or the underground.
- Local Bus - Buses are provided for transport inside a ward or area if you'd rather not walk. Buses are particularly helpful in locations that are inaccessible by trains or distance from train terminals. While most of the time it is simple, buses have a schedule, making it difficult to determine which bus goes where and where you should get off.
- Taxi - Hiring a taxi can be convenient as well as affordable if you only have a few destinations to visit. Additionally, it can be helpful if you have too much luggage and don't want to bother yourself hauling it around, or if you missed the final train.