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David Warburton Tokyo, recruitment, daily news...

Tokyo is a sight to behold! Fun, lively, animated and one of the very few places in which having a cat café is normal! Whether you are visiting or relocating to Tokyo there is really something for everyone. We have put together the top 4 places that must be seen to be believed!

1. Fantasy Dining Alice in a Labyrinth
​If you are a fan of the Lewis Carrol novel, then you will want to have tea here! The themed restaurant offers a feast for the eyes (and your stomach). This is also very popular with young children and is really something different that all the family will love.

2. Aogashima Volcano
Many would think of Mt Fuji when they picture Tokyo’s skyline but there is also a volcano on a distant archipelago. The island Aogashima has 170 residents and stunning scenery. You can get to the island by boat, but prices can vary so its best that you shop around for the best deal.

3. Detective Bar Progress
A bar that is run by private detectives and turns into a bar of a night (yes, really!).

4. PIGMENT
A fascinating and strangely inspiring store that offers all paint colours imaginable. The store offers the chance for budding artists the chance to buy traditional Japanese paints to take home. These would make a great gift for any friends or family who are into art and crafts.

How Nexus Legal can help your move to Tokyo

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To speak to our experienced senior recruitment consultant, David Warburton (Director), contact +44 161 870 6776 or email dwarburton@nexuslr.com.​ To see out latest vacancies in Tokyo click here