Full of amazing skyscrapers and fabulous neon lights, Tokyo is Japan's capital city. It lies in the Kanto region on southeast of Honshu Island and includes Ogasawara and Izu Islands. As with all other developed cities of the world, a chaotic rush hour, fast trains and concrete jungle are obvious sights in Tokyo. It is one of the major economic centers of recent times and a place where tradition and modernity are perfectly balanced. Although it is considered to be an expensive city, there are many budget travelers who visit this part of Japan every year. Tourists marvel at the economic development that Tokyo has made over a period of time, but there are certain cultural attractions in this city that are equally admired by them which include a few temples. Greater Tokyo is the most densely populated metropolitan region in this world and has close to 35 million residents.