Every year Japan is increasing its expat’s residents due to expatriates see the benefits of the wealthy economy, good infrastructure, wide culture, an excellent gastronomy especially in cities like Tokyo. It’s becoming home to a large international community.
Tokyo, a cosmopolitan capital
Tokyo, Japan’s capital and economic hub is a modern capital, cutting edge and a fascinating, energetic blend, but it’s charm doesn’t limit to those features. The city is full of life and culture, Tokyo’s lights make Las Vegas' pale in comparison. The city is also well-known for its vibrant food scene, and its Shibuya and Harajuku neighbourhoods are the core of its young trendy scene. And of course, the city never sleeps
Tokyo, is one of the cities included in Unesco Intangible Cultural Heritage list and it has more Michelin stars than any other city in the world. The fame of the food comes from the care and attention to detail, diversity and from recipes improved through decades of experience. An informal lunch at a local sushi or sashimi bar is equally as brilliant as a fine dining experience in a luxury and expensive restaurant. Chefs usually choose daily the freshest ingredients from Tsukiji Market to prepare their daily dishes.
A city full of trends
Tokyo is a huge city with many treasures to discover, there are lots of unconventional boutiques to explore that sell exclusive items that you won’t be able to find anywhere else in the world. You will find the next biggest trends coming out of the streets of Harajuku, the latest pop singers projected on the big video screens in Shibuya, or the newest comic and manga flying off the shelves in Akihabara. Sweets and treats with favourite characters and celebrities stamped on them are also a popular trend.
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