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The nearly six hour flight from Bangkok, Thailand, to Tokyo, Japan, introduces the traveler to meditative shrines, cosmopolitan night life and shops filled with the latest high-tech gadgets. The fastest way to reach Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is by Rail Link although you can also use private cars, buses or taxis.
Getting around Tokyo by subway is efficient, supplemented by taxis and buses to more isolated locations. An early-morning visit to the Trukiji Fish Market reveals how seafood begins its journey to restaurants and homes in the city. Admire the country's samurai armor, ceramics and woodblock prints, among other treasures, at the Tokyo National Museum. For expensive shopping, the Ginza boasts designer boutiques and gigantic department stores. Take a break at the 300-year-old Hama Rikyu Garden.
Flights from Bangkok can end up at Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND), both of which connect to Central Tokyo by train, airport bus or taxi. Tokyo began with a castle that started construction in 1457 but became the official capital of Japan in 1868. Passports are required, but visas are not necessary for short stays by citizens from such countries as Thailand, the U.S., the U.K. and Canada. Tokyo has a four-season climate with summer high temperatures averaging in the 80s and rare snow possible in the winter.