Public Healthcare 2020 Meeting & Hospitality
Tokyo, the busy capital of Japan, blends ultra-modern and classic sky-craps with historical temples. The opulent shrine of Meiji Shinto is renowned for its towering door and adjacent forests. The Imperial Palace is located in the middle of big public gardens. Many museums in the city offer collections ranging from classical art (in the National Museum of Tokyo) to a rebuilt kabuki theater (in the Museum of Edo-Tokyo). Anime, electronics, manga, and video games are popular in Tokyo. Akihabara, if anything, is the epicenter. At night, it becomes a jungle of electric lights and colors, offering tourists with a sensory overload. Getting lost, shopping for windows and photography are some of the top operations here.