Editors’ Picks: Sushi, Shopping, and Luxury Accomodations in Tokyo

Blair Pfander

After a long, 13-hour flight, arriving in Tokyo—with its flashing lights, chirping gizmos, and towers that literally seem to “scrape” the skyline—can feel like landing in the year 2063.
As the largest metropolitan area in the world, it’s no surprise that Westerners can feel overwhelmed by the sheer enormity of this futuristic metropolis.
But never fear, determined travelers; we’ve rounded up the top ten most luxurious places to sleep, shop, and eat in the city, from the iconic Park Hyatt Hotel (the location of Sofia Coppola’s 2003 film, “Lost in Translation”) with its surreal rooftop pool and panoramic views of the city, to the luxe Dover Street Market in Ginza, which offers ready-to-wear from designers like Balenciaga and Alaïa along with funky skateboarding gear and art objects.
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