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81 (Japan)
Area code: 3

Latitude: 35 41' North
Longitude: 139 44' East

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Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hour
Time zone abbreviation: CET

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How To Say:
Good morning-
"Ohio Go Zai Mas"

Good afternoon-
"Ko Knee Chee Wah"

Good Night-
"Kon Ban Wah"

Good bye-
"Sai ya nar Ra"

Excuse Me-
"Sue Me Ma Sen"

Thank You-
domo arigatou
"Dough Mo Aree Gah Toe"

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Phone: 03/3841-0110

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Areas To See
Shinjuku- Business and shopping district in the west of Tokyo. Easy to get lost, but that is half the fun.

Asakusa- Festivals and Shopping. Some of the attractions found here include Sensoji Temple and the traditional Nakamise shopping arcade.

Shibuya- Shopping and Entertainment. Some of the attractions found here include "Hachiko", the legendary dog statue, NHK Broadcasting Plaza, and the Olympic Gymnasium.

Harajuku- Dedicated more towards the youth. Some of the attractions found here include Meiji Jingu Gardens and Yoyogi Park.

Odaiba- Incredible Architecture! Space age buildings, electric cars and futuristic shopping malls.

The Kanda Area- Combination of past and present. Some of the attractions found here include Yasukuni Shrine, and Akihabara (the electronics area).

Tokyo Tower- is actually taller than the Eiffel Tower by thirteen meters. Observation, gifts, amusements and food.

Ginza- Very sophisticated area. Some of the attractions found here include shopping, the Sony building, and the Kabuki-za Theatre.

Ueno- Some of the attractions found here include Ueno Park, museums and the black market.

Imperial Palace- The Imperial Palace and gardens are not to be missed.
Ikebukero- Shopping. Here You will find the world's largest department stores.

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the mildest seasons. Tokyo has relatively mild winters and hot, humid summers. Rain is more common in June and September than in other months.

Tokyo is actually dozens of cities within a city. At the core is the business center of Chiyoda Ward; to the east is the center of the former Edo-town people's culture, shitamachi, and to the west is the skyscraper city of Shinjuku, where the Tokyo government now resides. Meanwhile, around all the major stations are mega department stores, shopping, and restaurant districts, and their inevitable companies, the playgrounds of the nights. But the interesting thing about Tokyo is that no matter where you are, you only have to step a street or two back from the main thoroughfare to discover the communications of people, where "community" still means a helping hand and a smile.

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