Tokyo and Kyoto are both great cities to visit in Japan with different vibes. Tokyo is modern and energetic, while Kyoto is traditional and relaxing. Tokyo is ideal for those who enjoy big cities, modern technology, nightlife, and various food options, while Kyoto is perfect for those interested in temples, shrines, gardens, geisha, and hiking.
It is common for travelers to begin their journey in Tokyo, make their way to Kyoto, and then return to Tokyo for a few extra days.
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