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What city do you prefer/want to visit the most?

New York 7 9.72%
 
Paris 10 13.89%
 
London 7 9.72%
 
Tokyo 48 66.67%
 
Total:72

I've gathered what are pretty much considered the major global cities of the world, and was wondering where you would like to travel to the most. New York, London, Paris or Tokyo? Or if you've been to some of them, maybe the place you liked the most.



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Tokyo. I like the culture and history of the country. I also like anime. Japanese are very kinky so getting lost in the red light district would be an experience.



I have been to New York and Paris, and i don't really want to visit the UK right now so it would have to be Tokyo. But i wouldn't mind going to New York again



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Tokyo. Been in London 19 years ago and Paris is actually just a few hours away, so i could actually drive there.



Tokyo.



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Never been to New York or Paris. Not keen on London, it's alright but I'd rather live in any other southern English city instead of London. Tokyo would definitely be my #1 choice, I lived there for a year so I can say with a certain amount of confidence that it's my favourite city to live in



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I'd want to go to Tokyo most myself.



Not a fan of huge cities but if I had to choose It'd be Tokyo.



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I've only been to Tokyo. Public transport and safety are stellar. The stores are awesome. The culture is nice. Despite being homogeneous, the different cities within Tokyo felt diverse.

I plan to visit there again soon, probably this year.



Farsala said:
I've only been to Tokyo. Public transport and safety are stellar. The stores are awesome. The culture is nice. Despite being homogeneous, the different cities within Tokyo felt diverse.

I plan to visit there again soon, probably this year.

I'd assume that Tokyo is the most heterogeneous city in Japan, considering that many foreigners end up moving there.