SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flight tickets to Tokyo from Copenhagen. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers. A city of small towns, Tokyo’s neighbourhoods are individual and unique in what each can offer, from cultural sights to vast shopping malls.
What's up in Tokyo
This nationally recognised Shinto shrine is recognised as one of Japan's primary symbols of the country’s major religion. Take in the huge 11-metre cypress tree tori (gate) before wandering peacefully along winding paths to the wonderful inner buildings.
This stylised theatre performance consists of elaborate choreography and make-up combined with colourful traditional nagauta music. The plays are dramatic and exciting, though in the 17th century, female kabuki performers were banned - men now play the roles of both genders most convincingly.
Space Lab Yellow
One of the best sound systems in the city draws a Japanese-strong crowd dressed in weird and wacky outfits. The best DJs have all played a set here.
Omotesando Street Near Harajuku train station.
A fabulous optician with the best prices in Tokyo. There are 3 price classes (eye exam, frame, lenses and box): 5 000, 7 000 or 9 000 yen depending on the frame. I bought 10 pairs. /Anne-Marie, air stewardess
Ishidatami Kagurazaka Ganban-yoku
3-2-7 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku
Tel.: +81 3 6277 7726
Lie down and sweat in a room with a radium ore, a stone that emits miniscule quantities of radiation. It's great for detox and good for your health. /Maida
100 yen shop
Guess what? Everything here costs 100 yen. You should give it a go! /Chris