Ancient shrines. Neon lights. Tsukiji fish market. Harajuku girls. Shibuya's crossing. All these varied elements are just the sum of parts that one can hardly use to sum up this Japanese metropolis.
Around every corner there is a fascinating little nook to explore, be it a shop offering quiant trinklets, a quiet Japanese tea house, a gathering of youth in some seriously outlandish costumes – no one experience of Tokyo is ever quite the same. Design your trip to this heady world of flashing billboards, delectable dainty meals, impressive shrines and tranquil gardens with Lightfoot Travel – we offer a cultural immersion like no other with exclusive visits to Masters of Arts, Crafts & Cuisine.
Beyond the city, we also recommend a day trip to Kamakura, a sleepy seaside resort town about an hour south of Tokyo, capital of the country for about 200 years and home to some of Japan’s most beautiful temples and shrines.