5 under-the-radar Tokyo suburbs to explore once the city is open to visitors again

Tokyo is famously crowded. Commuters cram onto congested trains, hungry office workers sit like sardines in small izakaya pubs and an estimated 1,000-plus pedestrians pour across Shibuya’s famous crossing each time the traffic lights change. But the coronavirus has affected the rhythm of everyday life in the Japanese capital, as it has urban centres around the world. For the first time in decades, the population of Tokyo dropped last year, having previously bucked the trend of decline seen in…


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