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Tokyo Drift - Feel and Experience Japan
By:Julia E. Brown

In spite of modernization, Tokyo blends the spice of the urban vibes with the sweetness of traditional ambiance of their culture. In the following Tokyo attractions, both modern and ancient collide in the nation's capital, letting the tourists experience Japan at its best.

Shibuya and Harajuku

For the ultimate shopping experience in Tokyo, these are the places for you! Shibuya and Harajuku are only a train station away in the Yamanote line, so it's convenient. Not only is this district filled with the hottest apparel, but the people here, especially teens dress to impress.

Asakusa District

The Asakusa District is a great spot to experience the traditional Japanese ambiance. The district has many Buddhist temples and frequently hosts matsuri, a Shinto Festival.

Many years ago, the Asakusa District was a great entertainment center in Tokyo and was once known as a Theatre District featuring famous cinemas. However, Shinjuku surpassed Asakusa in modernity and entertainment.

Attractions are shrines such as the Sensoji and the Sumida River. Also, some geishas are still actively working around the area. It is noted for the establishments' affordable prices for travelers.

Ueno Park

Located in Taito-ku, the park is exceptionally beautiful on the months of March and early April as cherry blossoms adorn the place. The entrance is free and tourists can enjoy the garden without breaking the bank. Other spots in the park include the statue of Taigo Takamori, the Tokyo National Museum, Pagoda Kan'eiji Temple and Bantendo Hall Temple at the center of Ueno Park.

Tokyo Imperial Palace

This is the home of Japan's Head of the State and is available for pubic tour. It is surrounded by a moat and high walls. Foreigners can apply online for a scheduled tour inside. The gardens around the palace, including the famous East Garden, are available to the public for free. Like Ueno Park, it is also beautiful during the cherry blossom season.

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