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About Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan. Despite being a hub of commerce, fashion and finance, the city has still managed not to lose sight of its ancient traditions. It is a leader in Asian fashion and a city of art, with its warm and intimate "izakaya" (pubs) hidden away in small side alleys, blend of people of different backgrounds in the Shimokitazawa District, animation and high-tech companies. It is also distinctly international, home to people from all over the world. The city features attractions like Ginza District, a center for several world-famous stores, the fantastic Disneyland Resort and beautiful cherry blossoms in Ueno Park in Shinjuku. Known as the city that never sleeps, Tokyo’s districts also include Asakusa, which preserves the essence of Japanese traditional culture, Shibuya, the birthplace of modern Japanese fashion, and the futuristic Odaiba Island. There’s a place for absolutely everyone in Tokyo.

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