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Tokyo, like many other major world cities, is a clash of traditional and contemporary. Thought mainly as a business hotspot and not necessarily a vacation location, Tokyo, Japan will surprise you with its remarkable history, culture and fantastic family hotel deals.

To experience the best of the city, a downtown hotel deal like Royal Park Tokyo offers five-star digs at a great value.

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how to CarryOn in Tokyo,

Tokyo, like many other major world cities, is a clash of traditional and contemporary. Thought mainly as a business hotspot and not necessarily a vacation location, Tokyo, Japan will surprise you with its remarkable history, culture and fantastic family hotel deals.

To experience the best of the city, a downtown hotel deal like Royal Park Tokyo offers five-star digs at a great value. An underground passageway gives guests direct access to the Hanzomon subway station, or you can sign up for a rickshaw tour through the front desk.

Tokyo can be incredibly crowded but that’s part of the charm. 13 subway lines and over 100 routes comprise Tokyo’s sophisticated rail system and there is scarcely anywhere in this sprawling city you can’t access via rail.

Be warned: crossing the street in Tokyo is like the first few seconds after the whistle blows at a dodge-ball match. At Shibuya Street crossing, the lights turn red simultaneously and pedestrians surge to the middle like a tidal wave. It’s worth the trip just to see this madness in action.

If you’re in Tokyo December 23rd or January 2nd, visit the Imperial Palace where you’ll catch a glimpse of Emperor Akihito and family for their biannual public appearances. Summer visitors can catch any number of festivals such as the Three Great Edo Festivals which are a celebration of culture and good will.

A classic Tokyo vacation must include seeing the famous Rainbow Bridge, sumo wrestling tourneys or the surprisingly small Godzilla statue in Hibiya Park that stands a menacing half-meter tall.

For a respite from the lights and action, escape to the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. In late March to early April the cherry blossoms bloom and make for a stunning backdrop to a Tokyo picnic.

The Harajuku, Shibuya, Omotesando and Aoyama areas collectively host endless fashion boutiques to showcase the most interesting youth fashion. With big names like Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Harry Winston, Ginza is a shopaholic’s mother-ship.

The world’s biggest fish market is also the world’s largest sushi hub – go figure. Tsukiji is a popular market and at 5a.m. you can catch live tuna auctions and a sushi breakfast. If sushi isn’t your thing, Tokyo boasts 160,000 eateries to pick from. Try the Kojyu in Giza for a taste of traditional Japanese cuisine.

If you thought Chicago was baseball-obsessed, with two big-league stadiums in the central downtown area, Tokyo is its Pacific counterpart.

And let’s not leave out the Tokyo nightlife. In Golden Gai finding a bar is like finding a cab in New York City. Just walk outside and over 200 bars are at your service. A little liquid courage could motivate you to feature at one of countless karaoke bars sprinkled across the city.

 

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