The largest city in the world, Tokyo is a never-ending adventure for any traveler lucky enough to touch down in the city. With a fascinating mix of old and new and an especially famous culinary community (eat all the sushi you can), Tokyo is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations.
The Senso-ji temple is a fascinating look into Japan's history and more traditional culture. The buildings of the temple are beautiful and anyone who appreciates detail should be careful not rush their visit. Another popular destination is the Tsukiji Market where fishermen sell the very best of their catch to restaurants competing for the best fish for their sushi. The market is a full sensory experience. As far as museums go, the Tokyo National Museum is your top choice, with incredible exhibits of ancient Japanese art and artifacts including Samurai swords and kimonos worn hundreds of years ago.
Shibuya is an active section of the city known for its shopping, neon-lit crossing and packed streets. Shinjuku is another active neighborhood that's home to neon-lit skyscrapers and the busiest train station in the world. Roppongi is a popular expat sector with great nightlife options.
The spring (cherry blossom season) and the fall (foliage season) are the best times to visit Tokyo. Crowds are part of the equation all year round so don't expect to dodge them.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Tokyo. The hottest month in Tokyo is April, when temperatures peak at 97 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 30 ˚F. The wettest month in Tokyo is March with 24.38 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 0.37 inches of rain.
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