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Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure; if you are a New Yorker looking for international fun in an Asian metropolis, you should consider visiting Tokyo. For starters, there are a number of ways to get to John F Kennedy (JFK) or LaGuardia (LGA) airports. Shuttle buses and public transportation, including rail and bus as well as taxis, can get you to the airports quickly. After a direct 12-hour flight, you will find yourself landing in the ancient city of Tokyo.
Getting from place to place while in Tokyo will be easiest if you utilize public transportation. Visit attractions such as the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a nice quiet park away from the city rush, or Ryogoki Kokugikan if you'd rather take in the excitement of the latest sporting event. The Nezu Museum, with its displays and outdoor gardens, is popular as well. You can also see Tokyo from a different vantage point, from the top of the Tokyo City View observation tower.
Narita International Airport (NRT) has multiple terminals and caters specifically to international travel. It can be reached using the rail and subway system as well as by car, bus and taxi. Many recommend traveling to Tokyo in November when the autumn colors are most vibrant, or April when the cherry blossoms fill the air.