Don Mortn,Naoko Tsunoi

Best of Tokyo

This Japan travel guide is an insider's look at the best restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels, shops, sights, and events in Tokyo.With new venues for fun, food, and fashion opening everyday, it's difficult to keep up with Tokyo's abundant offerings. Whether you're tired of the standard tourist routes, or would just like to get the most out of your time in Tokyo, you can become an instant aficionado with this revised and updated edition of THE BEST OF TOKYO, an always discriminating and often opinionated guide to the city's finest.New entries such as a 22nd floor beer hall overlooking Old Tokyo are added to original favorites, like that hard-to-find spot where you can catch a glimpse of Tokyo's remaining geisha. Nightlife, eating and drinking, shopping and sightseeing, it's all here in easy-to-follow listings that introduce you to whatever you're looking for in Tokyo—fast.
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    Best Old Tokyo Neighborhood
    In Nippori, explore a bit around the YANAKA area to find some fine examples of nagay a, old-style, connected wooden houses, which you see these days only in samurai films. Many small temples are in the area, as well as a famous cemetery. A good walking course starts at Nippori Station (Yamanote Line).
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    Best Buddhist Temple
    For those who may not know, shrines are dedicated to Japan's ancient, native, polytheistic religion, called Shinto, or "Way of the Gods, " while temples are usually Buddhist. Anyway, the best temple, certainly in terms of raw activity and bustle, is ASAKUSA KANNON (SENSOJI)
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    Best Shinto Shrine
    MEIJI SHRINE, Harajuku,
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