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Cities in Tokyo, Japan
City: # City: #
empty1 Kunitachi7
adachiku10 Machida Tokyo8
Akishima3 Meguro9
Arakawa-ku11 Meguroku, Tokyo18
Asaka-shi2 Minato-ku30
asakusa1 Mitaka-shi8
Bunkyo-ku28 Musashi-murayama city1
chiba1 Musashikoganei, Tokyo5
Chiba Prefecture7 Musashinoshi3
chofu10 Nakano-ku24
Chuoku5 Nerima-ku20
ciyodaku3 Niijima1
Edogawa-ku13 Nippori1
Fuchu8 Nishitokyo10
Funabashi-Shi, Chiba-Ken2 omiya1
Fussa-shi4 Oota-ku9
Futyu9 otaku7
Hachioji11 Setagaya Ward10
Hachioji -shi7 setagaya-ku19
hachiojishi3 Setagaya-ku, Daisawa4
higashimurayama2 Setagaya-ku, Tokyo-to29
HIGASIKURUME3 Shibuya-ku31
Iidabashi2 Shiki1
Inagi1 SHINAGAWA-KU24
Itabashi9 Shinjuku-ku37
Katsushika-ku12 shinyokohama1
Kichijoji (Musashino-shi)16 suginami3
Kita-ku10 suginamiku44
kita-ku,akabane2 Sumida-ku5
Kita-ku,Tabata3 Szczecin1
Kiyose4 tachikawa2
Kodaira8 taito-ku14
Koganei2 Tama City3
Koganei-Shi2 Tokyo101
kokubunnji5 Toshima14
Komae1 yokohama2
koto ku20 Yokota AFB1
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Introduction The biggest city in the world! Things you should know If you're considering to travel to Japan, the best season is from mid March to mid April. Because the cherry blossoms/sakura are in full bloom. But New year is the most important event for Japanese people. There're some traditional events but most shops are closed. Information [The best information archive] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/pdf/ [Japan National Tourism Organization in your location] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/local/index.html [Tokyo Handy Guide] http://www.gotokyo.org/book/?la=en [Festival calendar] http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/location/festivals/ [Event calendar] http://www.gotokyo.org/en/topics_event/event_calendar/ecalview.html [Discovery Tokyo] http://www.gotokyo.org/en/discovery/index.html [Tokyo area information] http://goo.gl/maps/GPlOR [Akihabara] http://goo.gl/maps/WidpB [Tokyo museum] http://goo.gl/maps/HPygb [Travel-Japan] http://goo.gl/maps/xgVDR [Tourist information] http://goo.gl/maps/eHAk7 [Hiking in Japan] http://japanhike.wordpress.com/ [CS Tokyo favorite spots] http://goo.gl/maps/vbrq Communications Prepaid data SIM card information http://prepaid-data-sim-card.wikia.com/wiki/Japan wifi hotspot guide http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/info/wifi.html free wifi spot map http://www.wifi-tokyo.jp/spotmap.html Freespot http://www.freespot.com/users/map_e.html App for free wifi http://www.ntt-bp.net/jcfw/en.html Comparison of all Japanese MVNOs http://www.japanmobiletech.com/2013/03/comparison-of-all-japanese-mvnos.html Accommodation Onsen (Hot spring) and Ryokan (traditional Japanese travel accommodation) search http://www.jnto.go.jp/ja-search/eng/index.php Capsule hotel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capsule_hotel for women [Shinjyuku ] http://ace-inn.jp/?idioma=enni [Asakusa] http://hotelink.co.jp/english/asakusa/ [Tokyo Station] http://www.naniwa1001.co.jp/first/first_english.htm [Akihabara] http://capsuleinn.com/rooms_facilities.html Free accommodations Camping and hot springs https://www.facebook.com/groups/wildcampingjapan/ Volunteer http://www.helpx.net/ Organic farms https://wwoofinternational.org/ Transportation The cheapest transportation between Narita Airport and Tokyo Sta, Only 1,000 Yen LCC Bus. http://accessnarita.jp/en/home/ The cheapest Tokyo Subway Ticket https://www.tokyometro.jp/en/ticket/travel/index.html Timetable and Route Search for JR pass http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ Discount Tickets http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/transportation/discount/rail-bus.html JAPAN BUS LINES Pass is the unlimited ride ticket of express bus covering the boradest area in Japan. http://japanbuslines.com/en/buspass/ There are 2 subway companies in Tokyo. Tokyo metro one day pass http://www.tokyometro.jp/en/ticket/value/1day/index.html Toei One-Day Economy Passes http://www.kotsu.metro.tokyo.jp/eng/tickets/value.html Cheaper JR pass than the JR pass. JR one day pass (Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass) http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/pass/tokunai_pass.html Metro rail map Toei rail map (Note: Tokyo sky tree is Oshiage. Akihabara is Iwamotocho. Tokyo Tower is Daimon. Imperial Palace is close to Otemachi. Yoyogi is nearest Toei station to Shibuya or Harajyuku.) if you won't use your one day ticket again, Please put around the ticket machine or give to someone. You can understand spirit of Japanese culture, language, society, people by this simple Tokyo rail map. http://mappery.com/maps/Tokyo-Public-Transportation-Map.png Free! [Ad Museum Tokyo] http://www.admt.jp/en/index.html [Parasite Museum] http://www.kiseichu.org/Pages/english.aspx [Banknote & Postage Stamp Museum] http://www.npb.go.jp/en/museum/index.html [Tokyo Water Science Museum] http://www.gotokyo.org/en/kanko/koto/education/59.html?PHPSESSID=osdf42qhtn7m9gcoofv7m8d9k2 [Earthquake Museums] http://readytokyo.blogspot.jp/2011/10/earthquake-museums-in-japan.html [Observatories] http://yakei.jp/english/shinjyuku.html [The Imperial Palace] http://sankan.kunaicho.go.jp/english/index.html Foods There are many cheap fast foods in Japan. Gyūdon (beef bowl) can be found in fast food chains Mmost convenience stores stock their Onigiri (Rice ball) and Bento (lunch box) with various fillings and flavors. Supermarkets discount foods (maximum half price) before closing time. There are many convenience stores in Tokyo. But items are not cheap in there. because it's open 24 hours. How to eat Sushi and Ramen http://www.menu-tokyo.jp/anime/ Fugu (Pufferfish) Restaurant (Genpin Fugu) http://www.tettiri.com/multilingual/index_en.html Eel http://www.eatingoutintokyo.com/Lunch/japanese-restaurant/japanese-restaurants-in-tokyo-unatoto.html You may be able to eat raw meat of Whale or Horse at Izakaya http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Izakaya Tokyo Food File restaurant map http://goo.gl/maps/ghJYw Izakwaya is Japanese bar. you may receive small appetizer called Otoshi in here. it's a customary kind of cover charge and is a few hundred Yen. Tuna auction observation at the tsukiji market Visitors registration time is from 5 o'clock. But this is on a first-come, first-served basis. You should arrive registration place (1st Floor of "The Fish Information Center") before 4 o'clock. (The first train arrives to tsukijishijo station after 5 o'clock) I'd like to recommend to drink sake in Omoide Yokocho http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g1066457-d1173749-Reviews-Omoide_Yokocho-Shinjuku_Tokyo_Tokyo_Prefecture_Kanto.html This Izakaya street is close to Shinjuku Station. This small alley is full of yakitori bars. Tokyo’s Top 14 Weird Theme Bars http://en.rocketnews24.com/2012/09/27/tokyos-top-14-weird-theme-bars/ Nakamise Shopping Street in Asakusa , you can eat Anko(Red bean paste) Senbei(Japanese rice cracker) Dango (rice dumpling) and other Japanese sweets. Traditional Japanese breakfast (e.g rice,miso soup,nori(seaweed),natto (fermented soybeans),raw egg. ) can be found in many beef bowl fast food chains, (e.g. Matsuya, Sukiya, Yoshinoya.) cat café (play with cats) http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/02/22/a-guide-to-tokyos-best-cat-cafes/ maid café (play with girl) http://travel.cnn.com/tokyo/drink/tokyos-best-maid-cafes-798315 Vegetarianism Vegan Ramen http://vegouttokyo.blogspot.jp/2011/06/ts-tan-tan-vegan-ramen-in-tokyo-station.html Japanese Curry http://ukafe.info/index.html All vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Japan list http://vege-navi.jp/?..2. map http://goo.gl/maps/MlmNO Tokyo Natural & Vegetarian Food http://goo.gl/maps/7rhmj A Survival Guide For Vegans http://justhungry.com/japan-survival-guide-vegans Islam Masjids in Japan http://islamjp.com/benri/indexen.htm Halal restaurants in Tokyo http://www.oksfood.com/halal/halal_tokyo.html There are many Halal food shops in Shin-Ōkubo which is Korean town. Love THE VIBE BAR WILD ONE (See, Touch and Feel 350 vibrators) http://www.vibebar.jp/contents/ Sex guide http://www.wikisexguide.com/wiki/Tokyo gay-district https://blog.gaijinpot.com/night-ni-chome-tokyos-gay-district/ Love Hotels http://pinkvisitor.com/love-hotels-japan/ Neighbor regions/States: Please add links here. This way members can quickly surf around. Who is coming? Want more guests! Add your user name here if you would like to receive more visitors. - Hospitality Club Meetings Write down any Meeting/Gathering plan here No forthcoming event.

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Last postings about Tokyo Japan from other users
 
wakako wrote:

Visit temples, shrines, skyscrapers & bay area. Enjoy shopping and tasty Japanese food!


tokyo28 wrote:

Temples, shrines, museums, Emperor's Palace, shopping, restaurants, parks etc etc.


task61 wrote:

Tokyo is a big city, you may find a lot of intersting things, which is up to you.


sumiko wrote:

15 minutes walk to nice big parks, access to hiking in a small mountain within 30 min. by train from my apartment, a view of Mt.Fuji(far away, though) if the weather is OK



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