A short trip to Tokyo was enough to make me fall in love with the city!TokyoHotelsMapThe Tokyo Central Station reminded me of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai! It look gorgeous when lit up at night!Day 1Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building observation roomHotelsMapThe view of the Tokyo City from the 45th floor of the Metropolitan Government Observatory is absolutely stunning!The view at night is my favourite! The city looks gorgeous with all the lights lit up!Day 2Sensoji Temple old five-story pagoda markHotelsMapThe Sensoji Temple as Asakusa gives you a traditional Japanese vibe. Being the oldest temple here, it's just not a symbol of Tokyo, but Japan also!The passage leading to the Sensoji Temple is place to one of the biggest souvenir markets in the city! From Japanese fans, dolls and kimonos, you can also shop for umbrellas and porcelain cookware.AsakusaHotelsMapThe view of the Tokyo Skytree from the Asakusa roads creates an amazing view in itself!The grand red lantern that's a true symbol of the Sensoji Temple and also of the Japanese tradition!The Sensoji Temple is one of the most visited places in Tokyo. More than 40 million people are said to visit this place every year!Tokyo SkytreeHotelsMapThe tallest tower in Tokyo, the Sky tree is a broadcasting tower and a self-sustaining structure measuring 634.0 metres in height!