Tokyo’s Natural Wonders

Which part of Tokyo makes up over half of the city’s area? The area that makes up most of western Tokyo is called “Tama.” In Tama, visitors and residents alike can revel in a natural wonderland and enjoy a breathtaking view of the city lights from the Mt. Takao, named a 3-star by Michelin Voyage.

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