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Elect Omotesando - Urban Surf Style 2br - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Elect Omotesando - Urban Surf Style 2br

Entire Home Minato Ku, Japan

USD

194

per night

5 mins to SHIBUYA sta. Comfy apartment f - Meguro Vacation Rentals

5 mins to SHIBUYA sta. Comfy apartment f

Entire Home Shibuya Ku, Tōkyō, Japan

USD

148

per night

Penthouse in the Midst of Tokyo - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Penthouse in the Midst of Tokyo

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

231

per night

Shibuya Sta 5mins on foot☆Great Access!1 - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Shibuya Sta 5mins on foot☆Great Access!1

Entire Home Tokyo, Japan

USD

158

per night

Shibuya Sta 5mins on foot☆Great Access!2 - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Shibuya Sta 5mins on foot☆Great Access!2

Entire Home Tokyo, Japan

USD

158

per night

Calm in the Storm-Quiet room by Shibuya - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Calm in the Storm-Quiet room by Shibuya

Entire Home Tokyo To, Japan

USD

143

per night

SHIBUYA Center UNBELIEVABLE Location # 3 - Meguro Vacation Rentals

SHIBUYA Center UNBELIEVABLE Location # 3

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

88

per night

SHIBUYA sta walk at 6min #03 WIFI  - Meguro Vacation Rentals

SHIBUYA sta walk at 6min #03 WIFI

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

277

per night

30/ Shibuya sta. 6mins walk Stylish Room - Meguro Vacation Rentals

30/ Shibuya sta. 6mins walk Stylish Room

Entire Home Shibuya Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

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USD

84

per night

Shibuya Sta 14mins walk,Free PocketWi-Fi - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Shibuya Sta 14mins walk,Free PocketWi-Fi

Entire Home Shibuya Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

259

per night

Good access from the airport, shinagawa - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Good access from the airport, shinagawa

Entire Home Shinagawa Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

111

per night

SHIBUYA walk at 4min #11 WIFI - Meguro Vacation Rentals

SHIBUYA walk at 4min #11 WIFI

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

324

per night

7 mins to shibuya station -4- - Meguro Vacation Rentals

7 mins to shibuya station -4-

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

296

per night

7min to shibuya station☆7☆ - Meguro Vacation Rentals

7min to shibuya station☆7☆

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

296

per night

7 mins to Shibuya station -6- - Meguro Vacation Rentals

7 mins to Shibuya station -6-

Entire Home Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

USD

296

per night

Meguro Roof Garden in the Heart of Tokyo - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Meguro Roof Garden in the Heart of Tokyo

Entire Home Meguro, Tokyo, Japan

USD

112

per night

Walk to everything worth walking to in Tokyo! - Meguro Vacation Rentals

Walk to everything worth walking to in Tokyo!

Entire Home 渋谷区, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

266

per night

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Tokyo

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The iconic images associated with Tokyo of crowded road crossings, billboard-covered squares and the imposing backdrop of Mount Fuji only tell one part of the city’s thrilling story. Japan’s constantly surprising capital is forever innovating, so that even within the limited space of the packed cityscape, there is always something new to see. Woven into the ultra-modernity of Tokyo is a reverence towards traditional Japanese culture that stretches centuries into the past.

To dive into the more hectic side of Tokyo life, pound the pavements of skyscraper-lined Shinjuku and the fashion-obsessed Harajuku, or take in the sounds and smells of manic Tsukiji Fish Market. Not all of the city moves at this fast pace, however; you’ll find serenity beneath the blossoms of several public gardens. For the ultimate zen experience, take part in a traditional tea ceremony.

Find traces of Tokyo’s colourful and romantic past poking out between the shining glass and steel of the modern capital. The Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari baths on the artificial island of Odaiba replicate Edo-era Japan, while the ornate costumes and sets of kabuki plays maintain traditions that have existed since that period. The temples of Senso-ji and Meiji-jingu were reconstructed in the 20th century but you can still follow in the footsteps of Tokyo’s ancient religious customs there.

The culture of contemporary Tokyo sits happily alongside its heritage sights. Modern sightseeing highlights include the Ghibli Museum, which celebrates the eponymous studio’s wondrous animation in a quirky house designed by its foremost director Hayao Miyazaki. Don’t miss the 450-metre viewing platform of the Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest free-standing tower in the world.

Tokyo residents have an almost spiritual attitude towards food, and the city with the most Michelin stars in the world has no shortage of fabulous restaurants that serve the very best in Japanese cuisine. You don’t need to be splashing out on famous chefs to enjoy Tokyo’s foodie scene, either. Edo-mae, the name given to the style of sushi that originated here, can be found in market stalls and family-run restaurants in every region of the city.

Tokyo is easy to get lost in, but public transport goes a long way to alleviating the confusion. Purchase a Suica card, which carries a pre-paid balance and can be used on almost all subways, trains and buses. Taxis are convenient but can be expensive. Most districts of the city are safe to walk around, even at night. Allow yourself to wander around the lesser-known streets and sights; in this city, there is always more to discover.