As a child, Tokyo seemed like some kind of futuristic metropolis of neon and robots. But then we caught up.
If you're visiting Tokyo and looking forward to eating well, chances are you've been told not to miss Tsukiji, the oldest and biggest fish market in the world.
Japan is one of the hottest destinations for Australians and you're unlikely to find a more comfortable option than this for the price.
With extra roomy seat and legroom, this is well worth the extra cost without the price tag of business.
The 47-storey Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku is a standout.
There's so much danger in going back to the places you've loved. Here's one city that's an exception.
Men pay to be served drinks by young girls dressed as maids. It sounds seedy, but the reality is different.
Larger seats, with a leg rest and adjustable footrest, makes sleep an easier proposition on this overnight flight.
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.