Whether you're into food or art, history or modernity, music or sport, here is your ultimate Tokyo city guide.
First-time visitors to Tokyo keen to see the hotspots will find the Yamanote rail line, which loops around the city, covers all bases.
Great service and probably the best food I've ever eaten at altitude.
Haneda's hallmark is "food, glorious food" but plane nerds are in for a treat too.
A short train ride from anywhere yet wrapped up in a bustle-free bayside bubble, this hotel is best of all worlds.
My favourite airport in the world doesn't feel like an airport. And that's the key.
Everything here is serene and composed, the ideal antidote to the boisterousness of Tokyo at large.
The 12-seat design of Out is spare, but the menu is positively skeletal.
An exploding pinata, all colour and energy and promise, Tokyo is a love them or hate them type of city. Tackle the city's wildest nightlife in Shinjuku; drop by teenybopper haven in Harajuku; explore old town Tokyo in Asakusa; and hit the shops in Shibuya. Slide into the city's quiet cracks for a green tea latte and some downtime; but remember there's no escaping this city's bright lights.