Tokyo Sushi Restaurants, Ramen Shops, Whiskey Lounges, Craft Beer Bars, Architecture, Views, Subway Stalls & Museum Tips
Tokyo is one of those rare cities that will leave you in awe as soon as you arrive and leave you reflecting on it once you depart. It is such a unique yet complete city that has it all – food, culture, history, architecture, arts, music and a warm community of people where the random conversations with locals are as memorable as the attractions themselves.
You can spend weeks exploring the city limits and still miss out quite a bit. But the thing I love the most about the city is the cafe culture – so simple and so revered. I guarantee you will be plotting your return trip before your return flight back home back to these amazing attractions. Some of my favorite places to explore in Tokyo are the Shibuya, Ginza, Shinjuku and Asakusa neighborhoods. Do not forget to check out the Snow Monkey Park (Jigokudani Monkey Park) not too far away, all the Kissaten (old, rustic coffee bars) as well as the udon and ramen stands in alleys and subway stations.