It's a place to visit in any of the four seasons. There is always a good reason for it. Let it be the summer, when temperatures are -unlike in European cities- just pleasantly warm, spring with its stunning cherry flower blossom, winter with the special athmosphere and local traditions, or autumn when the nature surrounding the city is at its most beautiful and it's worth taking short trips outside. Tokyo is a place for history, culture, entertainment, shopping, dining or just looking around. Everybody comes here from all over the world: shoppers of new technical gadgets, sophisticated gourmets, history lovers, fashion freaks of unique brands, heavy beer fans, art maniacs, self-made karaoke stars, foodies, troops of children and adults still child at heart devoted to Hachiko and a little bit that to Disneyland as well, and skiers who are on the way to one of the picturesque ski resorts in Hokkaido, and just want to warm up before - or after. I love Tokyo and it doesn't matter how many times I return, it is always something brand new.