Airfare Cost and Schedule
Also there is the Ginza Neighborhood. Ginza is the home to the fanciest stores and is where you'll find all of the big name luxury brands. This is a good place to shop if you like to be fancy and expensive looking.
Last if you want to get out of the city the top two destinations are Osaka and Kyoto. You can have your concierge help you get public or private transportation to get there. Kyoto is known world wide for cultural, archutectural and natural beauty. Osaka is home to Osaka Castle, one of the most famous attractions and rich in history and culture.
Shinjuku Skyscraper District
This is the one of the many massive skyscrapers in Shinjuku. There are so many skyscrapers!
This is one of many shopping centers in the Ginza neighborhood.
Peace and quiet....
The Kyoto is the most beautiful and peaceful place you will ever be to. It's very relaxing.
Shinjuku Skyscraper District
History and Culture
Tokyo was once a small fishing village named Edo. Edo was fortified by the Edo clan in the late twelfth century. In 1457 Edo Castle was built. In the subsequent period Edo became one of biggest cities in the world, with a population of one million in the 18th century. In 1868 the Meiji period began and Japan started to become a modern nation. In 1944 the Tokyo bombing killed 75,000 to 200,000 people, and half the city was destroyed. In 2011 the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami devastated most of the northeastern coast of Honshu.
There are many museums in Tokyo, the largest is the Tokyo National Museum. It features many traditional pieces of Japanese artwork. There are also many performing arts theaters, these include private and national theaters. The perform traditional as well as modern dramas. Orchestra's perform modern and traditional music. Tokyo has a large and diverse amount of sports. Tokyo is home to two professional baseball clubs. With the largest population Japan is home to many broadcast studios. Tokyo is the main settings for anime, t.v, and movies.
Problems to anticipate and solutions suggested
You lose your passport, drivers license, credit card ect.
Make extra copies of everything just in case you lose something of value.
Your lost and you don't know how to get help or you don't have a phone on you.
Learn how to say help and keep emergency phone numbers and phone (it doesn't have to be something fancy) on you on you at all times.
Here are some ways to avoid these problems.
Keep all personal info somewhere safe, if lost it can lead to identity theft.
Don't wear fancy, nice, or flashy clothing such as expensive jewelry or brand new shoes, this can lead to people stealing or pick pocketing you.
Hold all documents, ID's and money in different places like money in your front pocket, jacket pocket and other safe places just in case you run out. Keep your ID's and credit cards in your wallet in your front pocket or somewhere close to you.