Looking for cheap flights to Tokyo to enjoy your vacations? The first thing to be noticed about Tokyo is the number of people here. Tourists visiting the city for the first time are left surprised by the number of people here. An admirable thing about Tokyo is that while it might be a high rise heaven, amongst the shadows of the modern day buildings are temples and shrines dating back to a time when much of the world was yet to be discovered. Two of these are the Meiji Shrine and the Imperial Palace; these are major attractions of tourist Tokyo but to the Japanese people these are places to be revered. The busy city of Tokyo is also given its beauty by its gardens like the Hama Rikyu, a splendid garden that has history dating back hundreds of years. Tokyo is also home to entertainment centres like the Roppongi and fashion centres like Harajuku, operating as substitutes for the ancient sites. Tokyo is labelled as a city which must be visited at least once, therefore get your tickets to Tokyo from TravelhouseUK and make the journey via British Airways, Emirates, Air France, Air China our any other major airline.
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