Win a five-star trip for two to Tokyo
Friday 24 September 2010
In light of Simon Calder's whirlwind tour of Tokyo, The Independent has teamed up with Virgin Atlantic and the Japanese National Tourism Organisation to offer a fabulous prize - a five-day trip for two to the Japanese capital.
One of the most futuristic cities in the world, Tokyo is also one of the great travel destinations - and you could win the chance to visit this famous metropolis. The prize comprises two return tickets from London Heathrow to Tokyo, courtesy of Virgin Atlantic, as well as five nights at the five-star Royal Park Hotel in the city's historic Nihonbashi district.
From there, you can either follow Simon's advice or simply dive in and see what Japan's first city has to offer.
To read the Terms & Conditions for this competition, click here.
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