Considered the world’s largest city with more than 37 million people, Tokyo is a mesmerizing mix of age-old tradition and futuristic modernity, high-octane energy and hidden retreats. As Japan’s capital, the sprawling metropolis holds significant importance for the country’s history, culture, and economy and, instead of being daunting, is a delight to discover. Small, modest noodle shops sit next to high-end sushi joints, surprising green spaces and nearby nature balance out the urban landscape, and there’s always – always – something new to do.

Quick Facts

Location

On the central Pacific coast of Japan's main island

City Population

13.9 Million

Metropolitan Area Population

37 Million

Country Population

127 Million

Programs

Semester Study Abroad

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