Born Global: Tokyo
Tokyo; a global city of exceptional charm and breathtaking efficiency. With its traditional culture contrasted with a passion for everything new, Tokyo possesses a completely inimitable and unique culture.
One of the most complex and fascinating cities we’ve covered to date, it’s no wonder there are so many Australians who plan to visit, and end up staying indefinitely.
Meet our members in Tokyo
Know before you go
Check out Smartraveller advice for the Japan - subscribe to updates and register your travel plans here.
Make the move
Interested in making the move to Tokyo? Check out our information on the requirements to obtain a working visa for Japan here.
Things to do
Feeling hungry? If you are missing a taste of home Gourmet Traveller has a great guide to Australian restaurants making waves in Tokyo.
Feeling thirsty? Have a coffee at a Cat Cafe with your feline friends. Check out the best ones here.
Top experiences and sites? Walk across the iconic Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest intersections in the world!
Unique to this city? Find time to relax and soak in an onsen (hot springs)
There for a limited amount of time? Check out the New York Times 36 Hours.
Did you know?
- There’s a skyscraper in Tokyo which tells you, using coloured lights, whether you should bring an umbrella when you go outside
- Tokyo restaurants have more cumulative Michelin stars than Paris and the city is considered to be the world’s capital of gastronomy
- Blue ‘anti-suicide’ LED lights are installed on Tokyo train platforms in an effort to reduce railway suicides
- You can pay a travel agency in Tokyo to take your stuffed animal on a vacation, without you