Home to the annual Cherry Blossom Festival, Tokyo is where you will get "pushed" onto a train by a railway attendant "pusher" during rush hour. Their Tokyo Tower - inspired by the Eiffel Tower - takes 12 months to repaint and this mammoth task is undertaken every five years. It was the scene of the longest live concert that lasted 3 hours 37 minutes by Guns N'Roses in 2009 at the Tokyo Dome. Vending machines litter the streets; ready to throw out at you canned bread, fresh eggs and cigarettes at the push of a button.
In terms of urban landmass, Tokyo is literally heaving with humanity and bright neon lights. This dynamic city has the second largest metropolitan area on the planet and the largest population in the world. From stunning traditional temples in the Taito area, to Sumida's Ryogoku Kokugikan that is the sumo stronghold, Tokyo pulsates with life.
You can stay in a capsule hotel where your room will be no bigger than a refrigerator, chow down on a steaming traditional dish of ramen when thin curly noodles will slap your chin as you slurp away on a soy-flavored chicken broth, or visit the first Disney Park built outside of America.
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