I would describe Tokyo with two words—“delicate” and “clean”.
In Tokyo, everything is delicate. The taxis are delicate, the elevators are delicate (In Tokyo, I took the smallest elevator so far in my life.), the subway platforms are delicate, the lunch boxes are delicate, and the hotel rooms are delicate. Meanwhile, in Tokyo, everywhere is clean. The streets are clean, the squares are clean, the bathrooms are clean, and the water is clean.
My grandfather once studied in Japan. The Tokyo trip is my first time in Japan. My general impression to Tokyo is good and I hope to explore other parts of Japan in the future.