Tokyo needs no introduction, since it is famous the whole world over. It is also a place that you can spend a night or two in, or even a lifetime in and you will still have regrets that you didn't get to see it all! Tokyo is obviously Japanese, but like so many capital cities, it is somehow different from the rest of the country. There is so much to do and see and taste, smell and just gaze at, that you will never be bored. The temples are amazing and seem to be almost everywhere. One very famous one is the Nedujinja shrine, but really all of them are quite impressive. You should also try to get to see a Japanese Tea ceremony, which can go on for a long time, but is so Japanese. Try to get to take in some Japanese gardens, such as the Kyu Iwaskai-tei Gardens and make time available for at least a few of the many museums and of course, in Japan, you have to visit a karaoke bar!