Lifestyle in Tokyo
Tokyo has the largest population in Japan. It is a city that never sleeps. Before dawn, fisherman has been auctioning in the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. Starting around 5:30 in the morning, the train and subways have begun to function to serve the working adults and students. At night, restaurants, bars, and leisure will be packed with people especially working adults as drinking after works is one of their cultures. You can easily find anyplace for food anytime in Tokyo. What supports this lifestyle is the convenience of transportation. Trains, buses and subways allow you to get to anywhere easily.
Tokyo is at the cutting edge of fashion and design. Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Harajuku and Shibuya are packed with young adults, locals and foreigners. While Ginza and Omotesando will populated by businessman because it the expenses are higher. Do check out all these areas as experience will cost you zero pennies if you are only enjoying the environment. However, if you are planning to buy, be prepared, because Japan is not a country with bargaining culture.