|Above, Sensoji in Asakusa, Tokyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Tokyo, Japan scored the top spot in an annual survey as being the "most livable city" in the world.
Three other Japanese cities also scored high.
According to RocketNews24:
For the past 11 years, British-based lifestyle magazine Monocle has published a ranking of the most livable cities in the world. The evaluations in the annual Quality of Life Survey draw from factors such as transportation infrastructure, cultural activities, cuisine, housing costs, abundance of public spaces, and business startup climate.
Germany has the most entries on this year’s list, with four of its cities making the cut. However, Japan was close behind with three cities in the top 25, including the top spot overall.
To see what Japanese cities also scored as "most livable", go here.