It has great rail connections and is low-stress compared to London Heathrow.
Hot springs, towering skyscapers, one of the world's most visited museums and dancing in the streets to name just a few.
With only four international flights listed, could this be one of the least stressful airport experiences?
In 1995, a modest 3.3 million travellers went to Japan. That year it was the 34th most visited country on the planet.
The Japanese are a polite, welcoming and accommodating people – however, a little cultural understanding will go a long way.
If you're after a more low-key experience, venture south to this island and its Rugby World Cup host cities.
With only 15 rooms, the small and stylish TRUNK(HOTEL) was arguably Tokyo's first 'lifestyle' hotel.