The appeal of Tokyo for Ruth Marie Jarman
Tokyo gives me freedom.
There are many people here because it is a megacity. If you are looking for some privacy and peace, all you need to do is blend into the "herd" of infinite people. But if you want to be around many people, all you need to do is go to a cafe or shops where you will be warmly welcomed there.
In Tokyo, you can put on earphones and immerse yourself in some study or reading. At the same time, if you say "hi" to the bus driver or people who walk past you, they will surely say "hi" to back you with a smile.
Putting yourself in a quiet, private place will change your mood and enables you to laugh out loud and enjoy communicating with others.
Not only does Tokyo invite individuals, but it also offers encounters unique to Tokyo anywhere and anytime. Tokyo values both the you deeply in thought and the you who wants to be around people.
Tokyo itself is very diverse, but at the same time, it has the power to bring out the diversity in people. Tokyo is a magical oasis where everyone can shine and show their abilities.