welcome to tokyo

Tokyo is the one place that you should go!It will give you a chance to spend time with your family. And if you have young ones it will be a great time to teach them about a different culture.There is many places in Tokyo make sure to walk around and explore!

site for pictures: click me, click me,click me, click me

facts about tokyo

fact 1.Capsule hotels (hotels that contain rooms roughly the size of a large refrigerator) can be found around Tokyo. Most rooms include televisions, wifi, and an electronic console. The accommodations are primarily used by men.

fact 2.The Eiffel Tower was the inspiration for the Tokyo Tower. The tower is repainted every five years, a process that takes 12 months each time.

fact 3.Tokyo Disneyland was Disney’s first park outside the US. The resort employs over 20,000 people

4.Five million pounds of seafood, worth roughly 28 million USD, are sold daily at Tsukiji Fish Market (a complex that covers 57 acres).

5.With an average of 3.64 million people passing through daily, Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest rail station, according to the Guinness World Records. The streets of this district see their fair share of traffic as well.

site matadornetwork.com

pictures that go with the facts

Tokyo’s history

Unlike say Rome, Paris or London, Japan’s capital is a relative newcomer to the global city scene. Still, in less than 500 short years, Tokyo has had more than its fair share of historical setbacks and triumphs, flourishing arts and devastating natural and man-made disasters.

Tokyo’s story begins in 1590, when the shoguns (Japan’s hereditary military dictators) moved their base from Kyoto to where Tokyo stands today. They named the city Edo, and although the Emperor remained in Kyoto, power and profit moved east with them.

Sealed off from the rest of the world for another two centuries, the Edo period was a time of samurai, tea ceremonies and calligraphy. When the shogunate fell in 1867, Emperor Meiji seized the real reins of power and moved to Edo. He renamed it Tokyo, established it as Japan’s capital, threw open the country’s borders and actively welcomed outside (particularly western) influence. He made Shinto the state religion, thus establishing himself as a divine being with total power over the nation.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, this whirlwind of change became known as the Meiji Revolution and it thrust Tokyo headlong into the 20th century. People flocked to the city from the countryside, educational standards were improving and arts and the theatre were blooming.

Then in 1923, Tokyo was devastated by the Great Kantō Earthquake. With over 100,000 dead and nearly 2 million left homeless, the city was still trying to recover when war swept across the world. Although Tokyo escaped the atomic bomb, WWII rained down over 100 other missiles onto the city, decimating buildings and halving the capital’s population in only five years.

Yet, somehow, Tokyo really did rise from the ashes, entering the 21st century as one of the greatest cities in the world.

site worldtravelguide.net

want to go to tokyo?

Well you might think that tokyo might cost a fortune to go and come back! But it is not that much it only cost about a $443 per person if you want more information then click on the link down below!

click me

the map of

In case you were wondering  what japan looked like here's a map of it

i am hungry what should i eat in tokyo

I found a list of the top ten resturants in tokyo but here is the top five list!

1. Kozue

2. Mikawa  Zezankyo

3. Nodaiwa

4. Nihon Ryori Ryugin

5. Aronia de Takazawa

site theguardian.com

sites for pictures: click me

i need time to relax.LET's go to the park!

In Tokyo there are many parks this one here is named Yoyogi Park.it is a wonderful place with many blossom trees.enjoy a wonderful walk in Yoyogi Park only a five minute walk is. one of Tokyo's largest city parks, featuring wide lawns, ponds and forested areas. It is a great place for jogging, picnicking and other outdoor activities.

Although Yoyogi Park has relatively few cherry trees compared to other sites in Tokyo, it makes a nice cherry blossom viewing spot in spring. Furthermore, it is known for its ginko tree forest, which turns intensely golden in autumn.

Before becoming a city park in 1967, the area where Yoyogi Park is located served as the site of the Olympic Village for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and before that, as a residential area for US military personnel.

site for pictures: click me

time to leave!

Tokyo is a place were you can have fun experiences and see the colorful lights.try some new food on the way, and make sure you never stop having fun at Tokyo! If you had fun make sure you visit again!