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Tokyo in many ways is the face of Japan, mirroring its many contradictions. Some of the most beautifully maintained landscapes in the world are surrounded by a raucous never-ending neon market. It is a city where you can always find the latest gadget or trend juxtaposed against a style of life that has remained unchanged for centuries. When you travel from Bangkok to Tokyo, you will not only experience art and music found nowhere else on earth, but you'll see western culture re-imagined from an eastern perspective. Flights from Bangkok to Tokyo should take less than six hours.
Facilities at Narita International Airport
You can book flights from Bangkok to Tokyo on major carriers JAL, Thai Airlines, and Hong Kong Airline and land at Narita International Airport (HND). The airport is 37 miles east of the center of Tokyo. There are two different rail options. The Keisei Sykliner offers an express train with reserve seating to Ueno in about 50 minutes and costs approximately $2. JR trains run to Tokyo Station with the Narita Express taking about 55 minutes and costing about $3.
Things to Do Near Narita International Airport
Shopping is hot-wired into Tokyo’s DNA. If you are interested in electronics, be sure to head to Akihabara, also known as Akiba. It has also become a center for pop culture with many stores dedicated to anime and manga. In the cafes, you’ll find many waitresses dressed as anime characters.
If you love high-end shopping, Ginza in southern Tokyo is one of the great shopping districts of the world. It is not only known for its luxury department stores and trendy boutiques, but for its restaurants and nightlife. It Is also home to the Kabukizi Theater where you can experience Japan’s traditional kabuki theater. You will also find one of Toyko’s most interesting eating experiences under Ginza in Yurakucho Gado-shita. Built below the elevated train, you will find everything from izakaya beer halls to French wine bars. Located next to Ginza and open from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. is the Tusuji Fish Market. The highlight is the early morning Tuna auction.
In northern Tokyo is the Skytree Tower, which is among the tallest structures in the world. Its observatory allows amazing views of the city. At its base you will find a shopping complex and an aquarium. Tokyo Dome City in central Tokyo consists of a baseball stadium, an amusement park, and a variety of shops and restaurants. In southern Tokyo, you will find Disneyland and DisneySea.
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The spring and fall are the best times to travel from Bangkok to Tokyo, as you'll enjoy clear skies and mild temperatures in the low 70s Fahrenheit. New Year is a very important celebration and a time when residents are allowed to visit the Emperor’s private grounds at the palace. Tokyo’s 160,000 restaurants offer a vast array of western and non-western choices. A sit-down meal will cost $60 for two. However, try Tokyo’s many street carts, subway eateries, or vending machine restaurants to fill up on the cheap.
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