Tokyo is a vast megapolis, home to around 13 million people. Ultra-contemporary districts rub shoulders with quiet, peaceful corners where even today it’s still possible to get a sense of Edo – the ancient capital of Japan. They say that nowhere in this city deserves the name "center" quite like the area around the station named after Tokyo. That’s where two of the capital’s most notable sites can be found: the Imperial Palace, and one of the biggest railroad stations in the city.
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