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Suggested itinerary: City Break Tokyo in 5 days

Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo

Arrival at Narita international airport and trip to Tokyo by train. Walk through the Akihabara Electric district. Night in Tokyo. 

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Day 2: Tokyo: Ginza

Visit to the Imperial Palace and its gardens. Visit to the Ginza shopping district (luxury shops). Visit to the Caretta Shiodome centre and its Advertising Museum. Trip to Odaiba Island (for great views of the city). Night in Tokyo. 

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Day 3: Tokyo: Asakusa and Shibuya

Visit to Tsukiji fish market. Visit to the old district of Asakusa. Visit to Takeshita Dori Street, where teenagers dress as dolls. Visit to Omotesando Street and to the Shibuya shopping district. Night in Tokyo. 

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Day 4: Tokyo: Shinjuku

Visit to Yoyogi Park. Visit to the Shinjuku district (Lost in Translation). Visit to the Roppongi Hills viewpoint for spectacular views of the city. Dinner at the Gonpachi, best-known for the famous fight scene in Kill Bill. Night in Tokyo. 

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Day 5: Back home

The Smart Route will indicate you how to get to Narita Airport to take your flight back home. 

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City Break Tokyo in 5 days

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