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Even though Tokyo is among the largest, most frenetic cities in the world, it's still able to maintain a great deal of efficiency and charm. Amid the endless buzzing neon signs and the overhead cable webs, Tokyo is home to some of the world's most impressive architecture, stylish shops and 4-star restaurants. But just a short distance outside the clamor of the city is a whole different world. In the surrounding small towns and villages you'll get a glimpse into Japan's rich culture and traditions. Here you'll discover scores of wooden residential homes, ancient temples, shrines and imperial gardens. From the frenzy-filled metropolis to the tranquil bonsai-tree-lined neighborhoods, Tokyo is truly a study in delightful contrasts.

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Sky Restaurant 634

Ever eaten at 1,100 feet? Pair unparalleled city views with Japanese-French fusion cuisine at Sky Restaurant 634 in the Tokyo SkyTree Tower, the world’s second tallest structure. You’ll also avoid the lines: while regular visitors might queue up for hours to ascend the tower, diners with reservations get expedited access.

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