Tokyo is the most Instagrammable city I’ve ever experienced and this speaks volumes coming from me, considering my passport-stamped globetrotter status as a travel TV host. With mind-blowing attention to detail at every turn, Japan's capital is a unique environment where rich tradition and futuristic innovations merge together seamlessly at the intersection of old meets new.
Upon my arrival at Narita Airport, I was expertly whisked by a white-gloved driver to the the Imperial Hotel, the city's most prestigious address. As the Toyota Century pulled up curbside to the refined entrance, I reflected on how uncanny our automobile mirrored the hotel’s dignified design reminiscent of traditional Japan. Honed by some 13 decades of experience, the Imperial boasts an impressive pedigree and still incorporates portions of the original 1923 designs of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.