-Did you know Tokyo, Japan is the largest city in the world with a population of 32,450,000?

-Tokyo is an international city and they have every type of cuisine here.

-World cup soccer change most language signs so they are now in both Japanese and English

EnglishFriendlyJapan.com lists all English-speaking businesses, restaurants, services etc.

Weather for Tokyo, Japan

Japan Travel Info

Cherry Blossom Festivals

-CNN: 50 reasons Tokyo is the world’s greatest city

-CBS News: Photos: Japan tsunami recovery, Then and now

Where Did Your Donation Go? (And How You Can Still Help)

– Overall 566,000 visitors from the US went to Japan within less than one year. That’s huge especially since they had a 60% decrease in April 2011.



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1 Comment On "Tokyo, Japan Resources For Your Next Trip"
  1. Larry Knipfing|

    Johnny, next time you’re in Japan, give me a shout! And please add our site http://www.japantourist.jp to your list of resources. In 10 short months, we already have 2000 plus in-depth articles on this beautiful country, written by contributors and regional partners (like yours truly) who love the country and know where to go and what to do!!

    Regional Partner, JapanTourist

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