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The creative epicenter and capital of Japan with abundant art and cultural offerings, this magnificent metropolis is a jungle of concrete, neon, and people. The best way to experience the vibe of this unique city is just to wander around as it is one of the safest places in the world.



This is a renowned shopping district with many top luxury brands and is a popular weekend destination as the main street becomes a pedestrian-only street.

Imperial Palace

Although you cannot go inside the palace as it is still the residence of the emperor and royal family, enjoy a visit to the picturesque grounds of this palace.

Asakusa Kannon Temple

Have a taste of Old Japan as you walk through the massive Kaminari Gate, through the Nakamise arcade with its traditional goods and souvenirs, onto the Senso-ji temple.


The "Electric Town," this area is world famous for its various electronics stores and anime/manga shops.

Tsukiji Fish Market

Be amazed at this largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and enjoy some of the freshest sushi for an early breakfast.

Tokyo Disney Resort

This is comprised of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, the two most visited theme parks in the world.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

Tokyo 3 Nights 4 Days (2014)[TYO PKG]

  • Tour Code:TYO PKG        Date:01/01/2014 ~ 12/31/2014
  • Price From:$800.00 Land Only

Tokyo is one of the world's most exciting cities. Filled with eyeball-searing neon and messy overhead cables, plagued by incessant noise, Tokyo looks like a concrete-and-steel forest .Away from the main streets, you can also find the wooden houses fronted by neatly clipped bonsai trees, traditional temples and shrines.

Visiting: Tokyo(3 nts)