Tokyo at Night

Tokyo at Night

Tokyo At Night

It should come as no surprise to learn that the world’s largest city lights up spectacularly at night. Whether you’re in Shinjuku or Ginza, Tokyo changes completely once the sun goes down. Cities often seem more sinister in the dark, but not Tokyo. People are more relaxed, the atmosphere is more lively, and the illuminated buildings are even more stunning. Following a long day of sight-seeing, there’s nothing we loved more than walking home at night, especially after a rainfall when the air was crisp and the city’s lights reflected off the wet pavement.

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Tokyo at Night It should come as no surprise to learn that the world's largest city lights up spectacularly at night. Whether you're in Shinjuku or Ginza, Tokyo changes completely once the sun goes down.
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  • elpariente

    91 days in Tokyo passed very quickly also for us We have had a great and interesting time with youWe are looking forward your next stayThank you !!!Gracias  !!!

    July 15, 2014 at 10:50 am
  • merry72

    I looked for “tags”, grafitti, broken sidewalks and/or potholes, beggars, street people and am stunned by the obvious way the Japanese have taught us to see them, their culture and their small country. But generally the air seems to have been refreshed and the buildings with the lighting scheme, at all levels, have painted the kind of picture you are led to see and record.Thanks for sharing this view. It pleased me.merry

    July 15, 2014 at 11:13 pm

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