Millions of people pass through the Shinjuku and Shibuya railway stations in neat lines every day. Wall-sized neon ads light up the streets in all the colours of the rainbow, while numerous towering skyscrapers house casinos, restaurants, karaoke clubs, offices and luxury hotels. The wildest fashion trends of tomorrow are born on the streets and in the boutiques of Nagameguro, Harajuku and Shimokitazawa.
In breathtaking, pulsating Tokyo, places for slowing down and taking a breather include the gardens of the Imperial Palace, the magnificent temple district of Asakusa or a traditional sento spa. The world's largest fish market is an unforgettable experience, and the Ghibli Museum featuring Japanese anime and Disneyland Tokyo are fun attractions for all children and like-minded grown-ups. A crucial part of your trip is also to discover why, with 191 Michelin stars, Tokyo has been dubbed the new gastronomic capital of the world.