1kshares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn+Home to more than 13 million people in the city itself, Tokyo is an incredibly fascinating city of skyscrapers, jumbo advertising boards, quirky characters, and intriguing cultural phenomenons. Tokyo isn’t nearly as expensive as it was some years ago, so be sure not to sell yourself short as you will need at least 3-4 days to see all this city has to offer. If it is your first time to Tokyo, here is a complete quick guide to Tokyo to help make your stay unforgettable! Population: 13.35 million + City Motto: Changes with each governor, currently “My town Tokyo” Climate: Humid Subtropical (with mild winters) A Quick Guide to Tokyo Prior to Arrival Residents of 66 countries do not need a visa to enter Japan as a tourist, for visits of 90 days or less. This includes residents of the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada and EU residents (see a full list here). As only some ATM machines in Japan accept foreign credit and debit cards, it is advised to get some cash in advance, bring foreign cash to exchange, or remember to use one of the foreign ATMs at the …

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