Posted by Priya Korrapati on July 6, 2018
Planning to attend a continuing medical education (CME) conference in Tokyo this year? Then we have some tips for you. Tokyo is filled with traditional values and also the latest trends; it is the city for everyone.
Tokyo will captivate your mind, body, and soul with its beautiful architecture, centuries-old gardens, and bizarre robots. Tokyo is the capital of Japan. It is ranked as one of the 11 most expensive cities to live in, ranked No. 1 as the safest city in the 2017 safe cities index, and ranked as one of the top destinations by TripAdvisor world city survey.
Tokyo is a brilliant amalgamation of science, tradition, fashion, and culture. You will find something fascinating in every corner of this city so be sure to schedule some time during or after the conference to explore all that Tokyo has to offer.
Tokyo weather can be described as a humid subtropical climate. Tokyo experiences 4 distinct seasons- spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The peak tourist season is during March and April for the Cherry Blossom festival, and during December and January for the Coming of Age festival. Summer is also a busy time for tourists. The best time to visit is during the spring and autumn seasons.
Traveling in Tokyo is very simple and straightforward; you can use one card to travel on buses, subways, and trains. These cards are easy to purchase and recharge. You can get to Tokyo by Narita Airport and from there you can conveniently reach your destination by metro, railways, taxis, or buses.
Check out the list of restaurants, cafes, and bars mentioned below:
Put on your dancing shoes and dance the night away at these fantastic clubs:
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