Leveled by an earthquake in 1923, few of Tokyo’s historical buildings remain. In the centre of the city you will find the Imperial Palace, a green oasis of tranquility around which modernity reigns. The Tokyo, where steel and concrete skyscrapers tower above streets lined with small food vendors and alleys are lit with flickering neon exists in Shinjuku, the new heart of the city. Make sure you experience the Tokyo subway - the busiest urban mass transit network in the world, but avoid rush hour!
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|Dublin (DUB)||Tokyo (NRT)||16 Sep 2013 to 23 Sep 2013||SAVE|
|Shannon (SNN)||Tokyo (NRT)||16 Sep 2013 to 23 Sep 2013||SAVE|
|Cork (ORK)||Tokyo (NRT)||16 Sep 2013 to 23 Sep 2013||SAVE|