Part 6 (6 points)
Open gap fill. Read the short text and fill in the gaps with one word.
When tourists come to Japan the chances are that _____ (1) visitors will fly into Tokyo’s most popular Narita airport. Tokyo is a mega-megacity _____ (2) nearly 40 million people living in the metropolitan area, which is more than Madrid, London and Paris combined. The skyscrapers are enormous and there seems to be an endless amount of them, and the city shines with neon lights, but behind the modern parts there is a city with a long and illustrious history of tradition and culture that needs to be seen. The Imperial Palace, still home to the Emperor of Japan, sits amongst formal gardens; there are numerous Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples; and Tokyo National Museum and the city’s _____ (3) galleries have world-class collections on show. The modern look to Japan is only a recent phenomenon that started with the arrival of the USA’s influence after the 2nd world war. It is important to get around _____ (4) public transport to see the entire city, and to see what it has to offer, not just follow the modern tourist _____ (5). Allow lots of time to walk around the city. Look for the various shopping centres such as Ameyoko Arcade, the city’s only open-air pedestrianised market and the shopping centre at Hachiman-dori for its enjoyable mix of expensive and reasonably priced shopping. Also, well worth a visit are Shinjuku with its luxury shopping or the _____ (6) bohemian region of Shibuya for vintage and second hand shops.
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