In a city that was flattened by WWII, there are slim pickings in terms of classic tourist attractions to tick off a list as you might in other large cities. Instead, visiting Tokyo is more about the overall experience of being there, and seeing the beautiful synchronicity between overcrowding and chaos, and a clean, safe and efficiently-run metropolis. It always poised at the point of total paralysis, but carefully crafated codes of etiquette and the character of the Japanese people prevent it from ever tipping over the edge. If there are any tourist attactions, one of the less likely perhaps is the hugely popular crossroads in front of Shibuya station, which is flooded with tourists and locals alike at any given point of the day.
All photos were shot and edited on iPhone6.