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Tokyo is a unique city to visit. If you want to explore this fantastic destination, take one of Iberia's flights to Tokyo and be transported to a place where you'll feel the past and future at the same time.
Because although Tokyo is synonymous with state-of-the-art technology, neon lights and towering skyscrapers, it is also the city of temples, zen gardens and ancient ceremonies and rituals.
You'll find it equally fascinating to view the city from one of the observation decks that stand more than 200 metres tall, take a stroll through one of the beautiful parks filled with cherry blossom, or drink water at one of the temples.
One temple that you must not miss is Senso-ji. Built in the seventh century, this is one of the oldest and most popular temples in Japan. It houses a local market and a five-storey pagoda and is surrounded by numerous shrines.
Another temple you can't afford to miss is the imposing Kotokuin, home of the Great Buddha. Built in the 13th century and located in the temple grounds, this is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan.
And remember, if you take a flight to Tokyo, you absolutely must visit the city's most famous shrine, Meiji-jingu, renowned for both its beauty and sheer size. The grounds cover 2.5 square kilometres and comprise woodlands, lily gardens, museums and even a beautiful house that serves tea.
The time difference between Japan and Spain is eight hours, so if you are taking a flight to Tokyo and you want to know what time it is in Japan, add eight hours to the local time in Spain.
The climate in this region is extremely varied, from sub-Artic in the north to monsoons in the south. The best time of year to travel to this capital is spring, when the almond and cherry trees are in flower, announcing the arrival of good weather.
Iberia flies to Narita International Airport located between the cities of Narita and Shibayama, 67 kilometres from central Tokyo. Flights to Tokyo are operated with the company's Airbus A-330/200.
With regard to connections between the international airport and Tokyo, you can take the 50-minute Narita Express to the city's central railway station. Several bus companies cover this service but the journey takes much longer because of the intense traffic in Tokyo, and there is also a taxi service, although it is very expensive.
As for Japanese cuisine, the most typical dishes are sushi and rice cooked and marinated with different ingredients like raw fish and shellfish.
The official currency in Japan is the yen, and contrary to what you might think, the use of credit cards is quite rare. In Japan there are 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 yen coins and 1000, 2000, 5000 and 10000 yen notes.