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Tourist Attractions

Apart from being the capital city of Japan, Tokyo is also the nation’s center for business and finance. Tokyo is a large metropolis that includes 23 special wards that have been merged with the Tokyo city, thus forming the Greater Tokyo. However, Tokyo offers an interesting blend of futuristic cityscapes, historic sights and cultural entertainments. The Imperial Palace is the biggest tourist attraction in Tokyo. The incredible Tokyo Metro Transportation system is a glimpse of technological advancement of Japan in the field of science. Ginza is Asia’s biggest shopping paradise, better known for the Kabukiza Theater and Shinbashi Enbujo, where traditional Japanese art forms are performed. Akihabara or the electric town has the largest collection of electronic shops in the world. Shinijuku is a prime business area in Tokyo and also contains the Tokyo City Hall. Other popular destinations in Tokyo include Sensoji Temple, Asakusa, Higashi Gyoen Garden in Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Disney Resort, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena, Biccamera Yurakucho Branch, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Sumo Museum, Ryogoku Fireworks Museum, Kanda Myojin Shrine, Meiji Jingu Shrine and the National Theatre of Japan.