48 Hours in Tokyo

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From robot cafes to ancient temples and shrines, the wonderful and wacky capital of Japan is a place everyone should visit at least once. With one of the best food scenes on the planet and a cultural heritage celebrated on every corner, Tokyo will delight the senses.

I write for iExplore [my articles!] sometimes and my latest is a 48 hour guide to exploring Tokyo! A suitably nerdy guide awaits as I tell you how to get the most out of your visit to Tokyo and sample all the delightfully weird, tasty, and geeky treasures of the Japanese capital.

Read 48 Hours in Tokyo!

Harajuku Street Portrait

Kristina is an ardent traveler and has been to over 48 countries and has no plans to stop. She taught English in a small fishing city in Japan for a year, volunteered on an archaeological dig on an Iron Age site in Israel, drove 10,000 miles in a 1994 Corsa from London to Ulaanbataar for charity, and accidentally fell in love with K-pop in Seoul. It’s been a wild ride.
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    Such a detailed article you got there. I’ve been to Japan 3 times and I always look forward reading people’s experiences in Tokyo and comparing it to mine. If I found something interesting, I have something to do on my next visit, I love Japan!

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