Tokyo is a city that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. The pulsing, vibrant city thrums with history, life, and culture. If you spent two years of your life in the gorgeous capital city of Japan, you could never hope to see and do everything on offer. You couldn’t get to everything with 24 months, so there’s no possibility you could see it all in 24 hours — that’s no reason not to try, though. If you ever find yourself with a single day to kill in Tokyo, slug some coffee and plan on sleeping tomorrow. Here is how to make the most of a single day in one of the most exciting cities in the world.
6 AM — 7 AM: Sunrise in Japan
Okay, let’s pretend we’re already here and in the city (and maybe give a writer a break on the transportation logistics of this whole thing in favor of just enjoying the ride). Throughout the year, sunrise in Japan tends to occur just before the seven o’clock hour, and the city provides several opportunities to experience the rising sun in breathtaking fashion.