Sumo and sushi in Tokyo
Looking for a city trip packed with pleasant surprises? Book a flight to Tokyo and discover this dynamic city that is full of contrasts! Here you will find temples and old street lamps right next to modern skyscrapers and flashing neon signs. Your jaw will drop when you see the Shibuya crossing. Of course, your visit would not be complete without a visit to theme parks, such as Disneyland and DisneySea.
Fish markets and tea houses
Early birds can start their day with a visit to Toyosu fish market. You will see gigantic, freshly-caught tuna being processed here in the morning. Makizushi and narezushi are also commonly sold here at 7 am! Next, visit the beautiful Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden with its various themed gardens, including a traditional Japanese garden and a tea house. Tokyo is the ideal destination for city trips or as the starting point for a beautiful trip through Japan. Don't miss this experience: book a flight to Tokyo now!Book a flight to Tokyo
Karaoke and other entertainment
Shops, restaurants, entertainment and an amazing view You’ll find it all in the Roppongi Hills Complex, which is a city within a city. If you want an evening of typical Japanese karaoke, you have to visit the Shinjuku district. Fancy escaping the hectic pace of the city for a while? Why not take a day trip to the impressive Mount Fuji, on the outskirts of Tokyo. This sacred mountain is the symbol of Japan for good reason!
Flights to Tokyo for a unique city trip
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Curated for you
Award-winning Danish chef René Redzepi has taken his world-famous Michelin-starred restaurant Noma more than 8,500 km across the globe to Tokyo, Japan. The move gave Redzepi the opportunity to realise his desire to explore Japan’s cuisine, ingredients and culture. “You can find absolutely everything in the culinary field. You can enjoy the best pizza or dine at the trendiest, most expensive restaurants, but you can also have a dish that dates 500 years back in time.”
ARTS & CULTURE
During Tokyo’s reconstruction after World War II, the city built several replicas of famous buildings from other countries. One example is the Tokyo Tower, a red and white tower inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. This tower is perhaps Tokyo’s most beloved retro icon and at over 333 metres tall, the views are even more impressive than those of its Paris rival.
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