Things you didn't know about Tokyo
The souvenir from Tokyo doesn't represent the world's most densely populated metropolis, but also a city that is flourished with multitude things you just can't find elsewhere. Let's begin this tale of unusual experience with the Alcatraz restaurant, which is where all its patrons are treated as medical patients and are served their undoubtedly succulent cuisine in their trays in their private locked cells.
You also get a glimpse of a number of celebrities running past and of course the joy of being served by nurses. The capsule hotels may definitely sound disturbing, but are downright appealing to tourists and locals alike. With the rooms the size of coffins, and relatively cheap, these hotels are ideal retreat for those who've missed the last train, or those who just want to experience the joy of sleeping in a limited space.
One of the many renowned parks in Tokyo, the Yoyogi Park attracts visitors by the hundreds each week. The catch is and one that will amaze you is that they all sport denim wear and come out to rock and roll. The most crowded intersection in the world with over a million people bridging each day - Shibuya Crossing is great sight from far above.
Travel along with History
Speaking of stupendous medians of commuting, the Iwamotocho Station depicted in this travel souvenir is no shy performer. Located in the heart of North Eastern Tokyo, the subways is embodied with an Edo theme, and is famous for its apparel and fabric stores. With over 100 stores that sell fabrics at wholesale prices, the Iwamotocho Station was opened in 1978, which makes it one of the oldest subways in Japan, and one that holds the most historic significance.