About Tokyo in Japan
Located in east-central Honshu at the head of Tokyo Bay, Tokyo is the capital and largest city of Japan. The city of Tokyo is one of the world's most populous metropolitan area, with a population of over 8.1 million people. The city of Tokyo is the political, financial, educational, and cultural center of Japan.
Tokyo is one of the economy power cities in the world. Under the influence of the mountains and the sea, Tokyo has a humid subtropical climate.
Tokyo is a big, vibrant and and modern city. There are a wealth of skyscrapers, theaters, museums, amusement parks, temples, shrines and restaurants, as well as shopping districts. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is one of Tokyo's earlies skyscrapers. Long as a symbol of Tokyo, the Nijubashi Bridge at the Imperial Palace, where the people are allowed to cross only on New Year's Day and the Emperor's birthday on December 23 to greet the Imperial family.
Opened in 1889, The premier Kabuki theater is the principal theater for the traditional kabuki drama form in Tokyo.
Located in Ueno Park, the Tokyo National Museum is Japans largest museum and has a collection of traditional Japanese art. The Sengakuji Temple is one of Tokyo's most famous temple. The Yasukuni Shrine is where the war criminals in second world war are venerated. Other tourist attractions include
Sensoji Temple, Meiji Shrine, Rikugien, Palace East Gardens, and Tokyo Tower.