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Hotels in Tokyo - Scattered All Around the City


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Tokyo, the capital and largest city of Japan, is the core of most populated urban area in the world. It is located at about center of the Japanese archipelago. Greater Tokyo is a huge, fascinating and wealthy metropolis brings high tech vision of future side by side with glimpse of old Japan and has something for everyone. As the land unfolds from east to west, there are hills, plateaus and mountains scattered around the city, which is quite appealing to visitors from all around the world.

Hotels in Tokyo have made good provision for the accommodation of tourists with their wide network, ranging from star luxury hotels to cheap Tokyo hotels, to suit the taste and budget of every traveler. The high rising buildings of five star hotels are marvelous. They served the visitor at their best. They are well equipped with all modern facilities and amenities, but they are bit expensive and could not be afforded in every budget. Keeping this need of budget conscious travelers, many of them have started offering discounts for senior citizen, for children or for extended stay and thus transformed into cheap hotels in Tokyo. They try to fulfill all the basic needs, curtailing down the expensive facilities and thus, offer them comfortable accommodation.

Tokyo is a city that blends the old and new in a seamless manner. The country's religious and feudal pasts are represented by temples and palaces, which look to be of different era, but they are considered the integral part of culture by most Japanese. At the other hand, Japan's youth is also wide spreading in the city. This blend of old and new merges to make it a very attractive place to visit some of the most common places of tourists’ attractions are:

  • Odaiba, an artificial island- it is an architectural wonderland, with real “popular science city of Tomorrow". It has lot of means of entertainment and shopping venues, including, the Joypolis “Video Arcade on steroids", Miraikan “future museum", collection of hot spring resorts etc. . . water bus facility is also enjoyed by many tourists.
  • Sensoji temple- it is a huge Buddhist temple surrounded by old fashioned shopping malls, several shrines and great places to eat. It gate at the entrance is the most photographed location.
  • Akihabara- this is high tech sales era of Tokyo. It is said that the place has lost some of its cultural values during last past years, but it is still the place to buy in electronics.

Apart from it, there are many tourists’ attractions like Tokyo tower, which is just the replica of Eiffel tower and fish market, where every marine creature eaten by men, is found. One can easily come across hotels in Tokyo around these tourists’ attraction for the ease of travelers.

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