Narita International Airport, a gateway to Japan for travelers by air, is formerly known as Tokyo New International Airport although its actual location is in Narita city, Chiba prefecture. Soon after arriving at the airport, most of the travelers instantly leave for Tokyo and chances are that Narita city is still off the beaten track for international tourists.
Enjoy the cool breeze and the marvelous night view of Tokyo
Once the sun goes down, the light starts illuminating Tokyo, it is time to forget the summer heat and have a ball on the night cruise.
When it comes to traveling to Izu peninsula, the featured areas as a destination are always the eastern or the central areas, sometimes the western area. Don’t forget the southern area, having many places where you can discover the real charm of Izu.
Nasu HIobara has walking trails various hiking routes in the forest. Soaking at Onsen after walking is one of the attractions in the resort town.
Tochigi has many tourist spots other than Nikko, most of them are easily accessible from Central Tokyo by train. As for one-day tours, the historic district in Tochigi-shi city and Ashikaga city are a nice place to visit, especially for those who want to escape from busy Tokyo on weekends.
Ota-ku ward is the home of Haneda International Airport. If you' are looking for something a little more off-the-beaten path, stopping over at Ota-ku will not be just for accommodation but also for exploring attractions of Tokyo.
Toden Arakawa-sen(line) is a streetcar system that is served between the historic neighborhoods Waseda and Minowa in the northern area of Central Tokyo. There are various attractions along the tramline, such as Japanese gardens, temples, and old shopping streets
A bicycle is so a convenient vehicle indeed. It is eco-friendly and helps saving money on train or bus fares. Although there are some hilly towns within the 23 wards of Tokyo, such as Shibuya, Roppongi, Shinjuku (Kagurazaka), Kanda, and Yanaka, most of the 23-ward areas, especially in the eastern areas, are flatland where people can enjoy cycling.
The Tokyo Station, another labyrinth you face in Tokyo
Tokyo Station or Tokyo Eki is the hub station that connects Tokyo and major cities in Japan by train and bus services. As well as being a terminal of numerous train lines, this 335m-long station building is a complex of facilities where new people easily get lost.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government provides a website allowing you to find and use Free Wi-Fi services in Tokyo. This site available in English, Chinese (Simplified, Traditional), Korean and Japanese, and includes information about how to use their service as well as where to get Wi-Fi at public facilities in Tokyo.
A number of large outlet malls have opened around Kanto region and many of them are located in a resort area or popular tourist spots.