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About Tokyo Prefecture
Tokyo is the epitome of frenetic energy and jam-packed cosmopolitan culture—it’s populated by 12.5 million people. Still, it’s one of the safest cities in the world, ensuring a (nearly) carefree stay packed with pulsing nightlife, succulent cuisine and endless city experiences. Four national museums, gorgeous gardens and parks, Michelin-starred restaurants, and kooky-chic street fashions are only part of what makes Tokyo so unique. Don’t miss the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the Gwen Stefani-lauded neighbourhood of Harajuku.
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- ByPassion PassportGuide to the Markets of TokyoThere’s a distinct pulse to Japan’s capital city, a heartbeat that gives it the radiant, upbeat energy it’s so famous for. And nowhere is that rhythmic beat felt stronger than in the city’s many markets. From modern-day farmers markets to ancient bazaars with stalls and shops passed down through generations, Tokyo has a tradition of lively marketplaces where locals and tourists alike experience the culture and offerings of the capital. If you’re visiting, here are some of the markets you should add to your itinerary! https://passionpassport.com/guide-markets-tokyo/9 items
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