By Gunjan Sewhani
Honor Dargan of the U.K. Telegraph puts it perfectly when he states: “Tokyo has an energy that’s hard to put your finger on. It’s not overt. It’s not in your face. But there’s an intangible fizzle and crackle in the air that makes this place breathe.” As a New Yorker, I crave this sort of energy—the hustle and bustle of metropolitan life fulfills, uplifts, and drives me every day.