Start your trip in the capital, where towering skyscrapers give way to lantern-lit bars and small restaurants. Tour Tokyo's old town of Asakusa, stopping by ancient temples in Sensō-ji before wandering through the cobbled streets of Omotesandō and visiting the Meiji Shrine.
Come lunchtime, make a beeline for Enju and tuck into a kaiseki of locally sourced Japanese produce before heading back out to delve into the city's culture. As night falls, head to Ueno for an evening spent sampling sake and dining on tapas-style Japanese dishes.
Wake to views across the city through the floor-to-ceiling windows of Aman Tokyo, where mornings are best spent in the spa's Japanese steam room. After a relaxing start, book into a private rikishi experience to learn about the practice, culture and history of sumo wrestling before giving it a go yourself (if you dare).
Those less inclined to get involved can head to Ginza to spend the day shopping. Round off the trip with dinner at Gonpachi, a traditional izakaya, followed by a private performance at the Noh Theatre.