Tokyo Dynamic Contemporary JAPAN - travel simply - Tokyo is an extraordinary city—both a large and sprawling metropolis as well as a collection of small neighborhoods bound together both by excellent public transport and centuries of tradition, and it is the capitol of Japan today. This incredible city is also known for its many museums, theaters, gardens, and the world’s most famous fish market. Tokyo holds vast and incredibly lit shopping districts, stunning architectural buildings, and the sprawling Meiji Shinto Shrine, known for its towering gate and surrounding woods in the middle of downtown Tokyo. It is a mixture of the ultramodern and traditional, from the neon-lit skyscrapers to the historic temples. Tokyo Blog Posts November 24, 2020November 20, 2020 Karaoke! While it’s now a worldwide phenomena, having a night out with friends to sing popular songs got it’s… Continue Reading November 16, 2020 So CUTE! The Japanese have the ability to eat so delicately. It’s more about presentation than quantity – so here… Continue Reading January 31, 2020January 27, 2020 Tenichi! Tenichi Honten, in Tokyo, is known for it’s famous tempura as well as ambience. But there is a… Continue Reading January 27, 2020 Ten Minute Massage Customers stand in line to get a 10-minute back massage at this anime-themed stand in Tokyo Station. January 11, 2020January 3, 2020 Asakusa Statue More guardians at the gate – this is found in the tourist areas of Asakusa, Tokyo January 3, 2020 Classic Tokyo The neon lit signs of Shinjuku on any evening are an iconic representation of Tokyo. December 17, 2019 Asakusa Gargoyle The Europeans have gargoyles guarding their important buildings, this lion guards the streets of Asakusa November 24, 2019November 11, 2019 Wall of Plants This decorative wall of multi-colored ivy can be found on the second floor of Tokyo Station (Yeasu side,… Continue Reading October 30, 2019October 28, 2019 Seedier Side of Tokyo I guess we pretty much know what’s being advertised here… in Asakusa section of Tokyo. September 25, 2019September 22, 2019 Tokyo Skytower This picture of the Tokyo Skytower was taken from a boat on the Sumida River.