Whilst I only had 24 hours in Japan, I still had pretty much a full day in Tokyo. With some good planning, I was able to see most of what I wanted. Although I did have to give Shinjuku a miss once more. A shame, as I had planned on paying this area a visit on my previous trip to Tokyo in 2016, but illness kept me at my hotel on that location!
I was lucky with the weather. For the time I was in town, it was clear blue skies and a reasonable temperature. Just 24 hours later, it was the complete opposite.
During my time in the city, I was able to visit quite a few areas that I hadn’t seen on previous visits. Ueno, Asakusa and Roppongi. And of course, no visit to the city would be complete without seeing Shibuya. An area that I have paid a visit to on all three visits now, yet still hasn’t gotten boring!
I made my way around the city using a 24 hour subway travel card. Whilst the train system looks complicated, in reality it’s absolutely fine.
- Introduction: One Night In Nagoya
- British Airways Club Europe, London Heathrow – Copenhagen
- Copenhagen: In Pictures
- Norwegian Boeing 737, Copenhagen – Oslo
- Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen
- NoRRA Embraer E190, Oslo – Helsinki
- Japan Airlines Boeing 787-9, Helsinki – Tokyo Narita
- Tokyo: In Pictures
- Japan Airlines, Boeing 787-8, Tokyo Narita – Nagoya
- Four Points by Sheraton Nagoya, Chubu International Airport
- Japan Airlines, Boeing 787-8 Nagoya – Tokyo Narita
- Japan Airlines First Class Lounge, Tokyo Narita
- Finnair Airbus A350, Tokyo Narita – Helsinki
- Finnair Airbus A320, Helsinki – Stockholm Arlanda
- Sheraton Stockholm Hotel
- Stockholm: In Pictures
- Aurora Lounge, Stockholm Arlanda T2
- Finnair Airbus A321, Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki
- Finnair Airbus A321, Helsinki – London Heathrow