Tokyo is a big city; no one will argue that. The Tokyo Metropolitan area population is gobsmackingly huge, with 37 million residents. However, despite having buildings as far as the eye can see, it’s still filled with small communities.
- Real-time air quality index for Tokyo
- Tokyo Metropolitan Government building
- Tokyo Metropolitan Employment Area (MEA)
After you watch the video, let me know if you’ve visited Tokyo before, and if you think it’s a bunch of small towns in a big city or simply a big city. And what about where you’re from? Does it have a small community feel, regardless of population size?