The Tokyo Guide for Digital Nomads
As Tokyo is an unbelievably fascinating city and a perfect sport for digital nomads, long-time nomad Lianne Bronzo put together a guide for you, that will give you all the information necessary to have a brilliant time in the Japanese capital!
In addition, you will find tons of information regarding the following topics:
Facts about Tokyo
Why is Tokyo a historically and culturally outstanding place to be? Find the answer in the Tokyo guide!
Useful General Information
In the guide, you will find a lot of information regarding currency, ATMs and prices as well as about how to get to Tokyo, how to get around in the city, about the internet and security aspects.
Where to Work?
Do you prefer to work in coworking spaces or cafés? In the Barbaralicious Guide you will find all options for your mobile work place.
What and Where to Eat?
Which restaurant shouldn’t you miss out? What about local food? Lianne’s guide will tell you!
Where to Stay?
Where is the best place to stay in Tokyo? What kind of place should you search for? Get the guide and you will have all necessary information!
Excerpt From the Book
I am Lianne Bronzo. I have been living a nomadic lifestyle since 2012. One place that I always find myself constantly returning to is Japan. The culture is fascinating, and I feel at peace here, even amongst the chaos. I’ve lived in both Nagoya and Tokyo, which are both wonderful places to live, but Tokyo is a bit more exciting and accessible for digital nomads.
Tokyo is the most populous city in the world. With 35,000,000 people, it is difficult to imagine that Japan’s birth rate is dangerously low.
The city has something for everyone: nature, history, temples, modern architecture, shopping galore, traditional & quirky modern culture, incredible cuisine, intentional design, and nightlife. Travelers to Tokyo will never find themselves bored as there’s just too much to experience. Even if you prefer quieter areas, there are plenty of pockets of that in Tokyo. Most residential neighborhoods are extremely quiet, but you’re always a train ride away from the action.
Getting around is rather convenient and easy, but some daily tasks of living may be more difficult than other places in the world as most people do not speak English. Even if they understand a decent amount of English, their confidence to speak can be low because they do not want to make a mistake. Therefore, it is recommended to learn some basic phrases. Knowing how to read Katakana and Hiragana, two of the three writing systems, can help make your stay a bit easier.