Day and Night in Tokyo
– Two Different Worlds, Same High Standards
Uniquely, Tokyo caters both to people who prefer a quiet day inside or an exciting night out on the town. The former can stay at a ryokan inn and enjoy a traditional meal in the comfort of their own tatami-matted room. Night owls, on the other hand, need only to look for rainbow signs identifying bars and restaurants that meet the city’s quite strict COVID-19 regulations. Which option will you chose to best enjoy your stay in Japan’s capital? Why not try both?
From chopstick wrangling to cash handling, you’d be wise to brush up on some of the key customs and good manners before travelling to Japan. And in today’s changing landscape there are some new rules to consider. Join us for a rundown on how to stay safe.
Tokyo manages to avoid the chaos of other big cities. How? Rules and etiquette are important here – some old, some new. They are not always obvious, so let us show you how to fit in seamlessly and stay safe along the way.