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Tokyo, the capital, is characterized by a remarkable dynamism in which they blend, ultramodern and traditional: culture, finance, fashion, industry, cuisine. It boasts architecture that ranges from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. Capable of captivating virtually anyone by offering its visitors an unlimited choice of shops, entertainment, culture and restaurants as well as many art galleries, excellent historical and international museums and plenty of fascinating green space gardens. Also known for its extraordinarily diverse nightlife is an extremely versatile and stimulating city, suitable for all tastes that will never leave anyone short of things to do or places to visit.

Shinjuku is the most famous district of Tokyo that has a vast extension so as to be compared to a medium-sized European city, very lively and expression of the modernity and dynamism of the country, difficult to describe because of its vastness and complexity that goes lived.
Inside, the New National Stadium was built for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
To tell you about Shinjuku, we can roughly divide it into a part to the east, a west and a south to Shinjuku Station, which is the largest and busiest station in the world. In the upper floors there are several shopping centers where you can really find all kinds of things .
Taking the "East exit" you enter the entertainment center with the huge colorful writings, the mega screens, the neon lights and the shopping heart where there are renowned shopping streets called Shinjuku Dori and Yasukuni Dor, numerous cinemas and theaters and also the red light district, Kabukicho.
The part of the "West Exit" is the part of the skyscrapers and the financial heart of Tokkyo where there is also the Tokyo Toch (Tokyo Metropolitan Government) 202 meters high and from which you can enjoy a spectacular view and if you are lucky with the conditions you can even see Mount Fuji, the Tokyo Sky Tree, the Tokyo Tower, the Meiji Shrine and the Tokyo Cathedral.
The part of the "South Exit" is known for the very popular Takashimaya complex, a renowned chain of Japanese department stores that originated from a Kyoto Kimono shop founded in 1831. Takashimaya Times Square was built in 1996 and is aimed at customers. refined as it offers exclusive luxury goods so much to be compared to Mitsukoshi, chain of department stores originating from the 1600s whose most well-known shop is located in the luxurious Ginza commercial district which is the emblem of fashion in Tokyo and the rest of Japan.

Ginza is the shopping district par excellence, full of luxury shops, jewelers and restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world. Although Ginza is known as an exclusive fashion district, it also offers entertainment at modest cost and it is possible to watch performances of traditional theater particularly at the Kabuki Za which is the most famous kabuki theater in Japan along with that of Kyoto. The kabui representation is a type of classical stylized popular representation. Characterized by the fact that the artists are exclusively male and wear costumes and make-up decidedly elaborate and characteristic of the genre. (In 2005, the Kabuki theater was proclaimed by UNESCO as a cultural heritage of humanity). In Ginza it is also possible to visit the characteristic Tsukiji fish market, the largest in all of Asia. Not far from the fish market is the Tsukiji Hongan-ji, an Indian-style temple considered the main center of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism. The visit to the Sony building located at Al Sukiyabashi Crossing is also worthwhile. Furthermore, the district is home to the Nakagin Capsule Building, a building of interesting architecture that represents the first example of "housing capsule construction" that has ever been used and is now used in part by residents and partly by commercial activities.

Asakuza / Ueno this neighborhood retains a traditional atmosphere whose main attraction remains today the Sensoji Buddhist temple which is the oldest in Tokyo and the Kaminarimon with its giant lanterns, as well as the nearby Nakamise full of traditional craft shops and banquets of street-food

Shibuya is the center of Japanese youth culture in which there are the characteristic kawaii shops (cute) unique only to Japan and the very famous Shibuya Crossing, which is the most famous crossroads in the world

Tokyo Imperial Palace was originally the castle of the Edo. Today it is one of the most appreciated and visited monuments of Japan. Residence of the imperial family and famous tourist destination. It is surrounded by walls and ditches and is full of paths and tunnels that run through the gardens, which extend for 1.3 square miles, as well as points of hanami (from which to observe


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