Tokyo Sky Hop Bus
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If you would like to Travel to Tokyo, Japan, that’s great! But first you need to plan your trip aka find things to do before you go so you won’t be unorganized when you get there. Being unorganized is a time waster, and while you’re on your trip to get away from the nonsense at home, you don’t want to waste anytime. You want to get the best get away experience possible, so I would like to help you plan your trip. I’ll do some of the work but not all of it. I’ll research a couple of things to do when you decide to travel, then after I write this blog post you can go to the Trip Advisor website or any popular site that allows you to make reservations and read reviews, and go to their “things to do” section and put in the city you would like to travel to, then after they name off things to do in certain areas, you can then plug that information in the search engine to get more in-depth information of particular travel spots.

First of all, a trip wouldn’t be a trip if you couldn’t sight see. I’m not talking about calling a cab or an Uber, because that can get expensive real quick when you just want to relax and sight see. What you need to look into is the Sky Hop Bus. You can hop on this bus and go all around Tokyo and just take in the view. The experience and the views of actually being there is magnified times two from what you’ve seen on YouTube or in other videos or TV shows. Nothing is quite like being at a travel destination spot in person. I’m not sure if the Sky Hop Bus comes with a tour guide that educates you of the areas around you, so I’d suggest you go to Trip Advisor or Expedia to find out if there are tour buses that have human tour guides, if that’s what you are looking for. The Sky Hop Bus has two courses or routes that you can go on, the red course and the blue course. Tickets are $34.19 for adults and $17.09 for children for 24 hours. They also have ticket prices for 48 hours, but I’ll let you find that out. The prices were in Yen, but I used a price conversion website to find out what the prices were in US Dollars.

I would like to touch on the Akihabara area in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, Japan which is also called Electric Town. This is a place where I definitely would like to go. It looks fun, and I’m all about fun. This is an area that is well known for selling electronics and computer goods. There are people in this area that are heavy into the cosplay thing, because they are in what is considered the video game, Anime, and Manga area. Because cosplay is extremely prevalent in Akihabara, it has become a culture which is called Otaku.

Akihabara Electric Town

If you’re going to travel to Japan, you must get some tickets for entry into the Tokyo SkyTree. It is the tallest tower in the world, and the second tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa. To me, this is a must go to travel spot, because it’s part of all the greatness of world history. If I could travel to Tokyo and get inside this building, I would eat at the Sky Restaurant 634, which is located in the SkyTree Tower, and enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo while I’m taking delight in Japanese cuisine. There’s other places to go in this tower as well, but I’m going to let you find out for yourself. Just click the links I’ve provided for you to find out more.

Like usual, when it comes to travel posts, I will provide you with a few hotels that I find in the areas that I’m talking about. Since I’m in love with Akihabara Electric Town, I’m going to see if I can find some hotels in or near that area.

Hotel Resol Akihabara
Akihabara Washington Hotel
Hotel Niwa Tokyo

Before I go, I just want to tell you that I’m going to write two more posts about traveling to Japan, then I’ll be on to a different travel destination, and write five blog posts about it. I’m just letting you know so you’ll know what’s ahead. I’m going to knock a few travel destinations out then talk about other subjects.

I am now logging off so I can see what that food is about. I’m so hungry. Bye!

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