, Japan's bustling capital blends the ultramodern and the customary, from neon-lit high rises to noteworthy sanctuaries and its world class tourist attractions renowned across the globe. The rich Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its transcending door and encompassing woods. The Imperial Palace sits in the midst of enormous open nurseries. The city's numerous historical centres offer shows going from old style workmanship (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a recreated kabuki theatre (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum). Tokyo ranked first in the Global Economic Power Index Tokyo was ranked first in the “Best overall experience” category of Trip Advisor’s World City Survey and the city also ranked first in the following categories: “helpfulness of locals”, “nightlife”, “shopping”, “local public transportation” and “cleanliness of streets”
September has a fine matsuri season, The Owara Kaze no Bon Festival takes place on the first three days of September with hundreds dancing in procession through streets lined with old wooden buildings. One of urban Japan's most dramatic displays, The Kishiwada Danjiri Festival in Osaka and lso in mid-September, the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Reitaisai combines live performances of yabusame (traditional horse archery) with solemn rites at an ancient shrine.
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