Tokyo. Japan’ s capital and largest city, known as Edo until 1868.
Honshu Island. The largest island of Japan.
Japan’s Population. 127.77 million people. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Whats_japans_population-2008
Ginza. A popular up-scale shopping and entertainment district of Tokyo.
Isetan. A Japanese department store based in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Tsukiji. The Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market.
Where we stayed
The Imperial Hotel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Hotel%2C_Tokyo
Where we went
Sensoji Temple. (Asakusa Kannon). Buddhist temple founded in the seventh century. Renowned for its huge red lanterns.
Kagurazaka. A trendy neighborhood in Tokyo near Iidabashi Station.
Shibuya. A shopping area of Tokyo near the Shibuya Railway station. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibuya,_Tokyo
Akihabara. A shopping area of Tokyo known for consumer electronics.
Toto Super Space. Tokyo merchandiser of well-known kitchen and bathroom products.
Shinjuku. A major commercial and entertainment area of Tokyo.
Where we ate
Daiwa Sushi. A popular sushi restaurant in the Tsukiji market.
Dai Sushi (Suchi Dai). A popular sushi restaurant in the Tsukiji market.