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Tokyo, the capital of Japan has a population of 13 million people in its centre and over 38 million including its metropolitan area, making it the largest city in the world. Tokyo provides visitors almost with a boundless variety of choices for food, entertainment, shopping, and culture. The modern city is one where heritage and innovation coexist with its tourists. Tokyo is renowned for its ancient temples and shrines as well as its long-lasting performing arts including Noh, Kabuki, and Rakugo.

The Tokyo Sky tree, Tokyo Tower, Harajuku and Shibuya shopping areas, the ancient Meiji and Sensoji Shrines, and of course the cherry blossoms in April among Tokyo's top tourist attractions. Shibuya is one of the busiest crossings in the world. Aside from these sights, Tokyo also contains isolated areas of distinctive culture, technology, and cuisine that the general public ignores.

Tokyo National Museum in Ueno Park is the oldest and largest art museum of Japan. Their cultural properties of modern art including ancient pottery, Buddhist sculptures, samurai swords gorgeous kimonos and more. Tokyo serves as both a major international traffic hub and Japan's primary transportation hub. A comprehensive network of electric railways, subways, bus routes, and highways. Tokyo Station serves as the main rail hub for all of Japan, notably for the fast Shinkansen bullet trains from the west of the country.

In Japan, dermatological care is likely to receive special attention. A nationwide study was carried out by the Japanese Dermatological Association, and statistics on 67,448 cases that took part was analyzed. Tokyo, Japan is the excellent place to discuss skin care advancements in dermatology and cosmetology, so join us as we experience this stunning city.

Tourist Attractions

Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji

Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo National Museum

Senjo Ji

Senjo Ji