Tokyo is one of the most populated and excited city of Japan. The capital city is a center of trade and the businesses connecting the world and Japan.
In the 1980s, Tokyo took large steps in economic growth as a result of its increasingly global economic activity and the emergence of the information society. Tokyo became one of the world’s most active major cities, boasting attractions such as cutting-edge technology, information, culture, and fashion, as well as a high level of public safety.
In September 2013, Tokyo was selected to host its second Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. To make the 2020 Games the best ever and leave valuable legacies for the future, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is working to advance both tangible and intangible initiatives including infrastructure upgrades, measures for the environment, and the promotion of culture.
Upcoming 2020 Olympics and Paralympics games generated rare enthusiasm among Japanese as preparations are under way to host historical games. A record number of foreign tourists is expected in Tokyo during the Olympics games.
According to Japan Tourism Agency, the estimated number of foreign visitors to Japan from January to June 2018 rose 15.6 percent from the same period a year earlier to 15.89 million, a record for the first half of the year. Number of Muslim tourists also rapidly growing in Tokyo and all over Japan as Halal restaurants and other facilities are increasing sharply.
Tokyo has distinguished tourists sits such as Meiji Shinto Shrine, Tokyo Skytree, The Imperial Palace, Toyosu Fish Market, Akihabara Electronics Market, Ueno Park, Asakusa area and shopping districts such as Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ginza, Ikebukro, Harajuku and Omotesando etc.
Tokyo Camii, also known as Tokyo Mosque, is one of the oldest, historical and largest Mosque in Japan & Turkish Culture Center built in 1930s is located in Tokyo`s Shibuya ward near Yoyogi Uehara station. The mosque is open 365 days a year and anyone can visit during prayer time and daily working hours. On Fridays, a large number of Muslims gather h to perform Friday prayer around PM 12:30. Japanese and non-Japanese students, researchers and tourists visit the Tokyo Camii. Entrance is free and there are a lots of things to see and meet Muslims.
From traditional Japanese cuisines to countless Sushi restaurants, Tokyo has restaurants from all over the world such as Italy, French, Mexican, Indian, Malaysian, Indonesian, Pakistani, Turkish, Lebanese, Moroccan etc. One can all kinds of cuisines in Tokyo including a large verities of Halal cuisines.