Tokyo Serviced Apartments
Tokyo, meaning "Eastern Capital," spearheaded what has been called Japan's postwar economic miracle. The city witnessed the writing of a new constitution that introduced the separation of religion and state, universal suffrage, human rights and the renouncement of war. With this new political and social order, Tokyoites, and the Japanese as a whole, focused all their energies on economic recovery and development. The result is the Tokyo of today: a cosmopolitan city that is truly the country's political, economic and cultural center, and which plays a leading role in global affairs. No small feat for a place that was once just a scattering of small feudal villages.
Considering that Tokyo covers some 700-square-miles and is home to over 12 million people (the daytime population greatly exceeds that), it is all the more remarkable that the city's public transportation system is second to none. This can be attributed to planning (construction was concomitant with the post-war rebuilding of the city), timing (there was a certain urgency in showcasing the capital at the 1964 Olympics), and the fact that the Japanese are sticklers for order and discipline. Because the transit system is so easy for outsiders to navigate, touring the entire city is no problem.
The Tokyo serviced apartment locations offer you a friendly and flexible service and convenient proximity to the city and most important provide you an efficient and comfortable stay in Tokyo. During your stay in Tokyo, we suggest you to experience the local culture and downtown markets, such as visiting Tsukiji Fish market, where you can learn how to make sushi, try Kimono clothing, and take various tours throughout the city.