Samurai and Mangas in Tokyo
You have decided to visit Tokyo and you probably do not know that you are about to discover a town which is totally cross border between past and future. You are about to enter into a world of Geishas, Sumo fighters, Samurai and Oriental philosophy schools and at the same time a world of Manga, Kawai new fashion and Otaku girls haunting maid bars where women must be served by men only. Because Japan is a land of excess and you will love living this excess in Tokyo. For your holiday in Japan book immediately a vacation rental on line, compare and choose among thousands of apartments, villas, studio flats and houses available, the best way to start your adventure in Tokyo.
A day in Asakusa
Within contemporary and modern Tokyo, the Asakusa district is a heaven of spiritual peace inviting visitors to meditation and worship. Visit the Kannon Temple and the 54 metres high five storey Pagoda in Asakusa, then head to the Senso-ji buddhist temple where people come to purify their thoughts and mind in a mystical atmosphere. Many things have changed since the time Tokyo was known as Edo. This small castle town funded in year 1603 became the headquarters of Japanese empire during the 19th century with the emperors moving to Edo from Kyoto. Today Tokyo is the homeland for international shopping and a very active business and financial platform offering an attractive number of wide green spaces in the very center of the town together with a large display of museums of fine arts. In the town of skyscrapers, business and stock exchange investments you will just love your vacation rental penthouse, a very lavish holiday accommodation solution to enjoy the marvelous sight of Tokyo by night every evening.
Tokyo the land of all possibilities
If you want to discover the Kawai ad Otaku girls world visit Otome Road and its maid bars where girls are served by men waiters. A very important gay community has its own headquarters in Shinjuku where you will find number of gay-friendly bars, restaurants, discos and clubs. Traditions have moved on very fast in Japan from geisha houses and samurai fighting schools to the new world of the Otaku girls and of the gay community of Tokyo, Japanese culture moves just as fast as the economy of this country situated at the extreme borders of Far East like a bridge open between Western and Eastern cultures. If you are looking for a cheap holiday accommodation in Tokyo you have plenty of cosy B+B and homestays available to meet your budget. A solution which allows you to spend en even longer vacation in Tokyo within an affordable range of prices.
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