Tokyo is the world’s definitive neon metropolis first lit up the night with its meteoric rise from the rubble of World War II. The megacity’s exuberance is no secret and a simple stroll around the city would make this abundantly clear. No kaleidoscope needed, the city is flooded by colour and inundated by light. The streets of Tokyo are characterized by a sense of discovery and novelty. You could find a gem at any corner, vending machines, street shops, restaurants, and towering buildings. The city is a playground of technology, art, and fashion. All five senses are turned all the way up and you feel as though Tokyo has lifted you off the ground; you fly above the pollution of street signs, the flashing ads, and the people.
In Tokyo you will always find something that resonates with you. It could be the video games in Akihabara Electric Town or the overcrowded and ultra-modern Tokyo Metro or eating Karukan cakes in this rollercoaster of a city. There are many stories to tell in Tokyo and each is wonderfully unique. And that is what Tokyo is: wonderfully unique.