Based on a number of factors used to determine which city has the highest quality of life, the Japanese capital climbs on the top spot of Global Finance magazine’s list of the best cities in the world to live in, surpassing London, Singapore, and New York.

Alongside economic strength, research and development, cultural interaction, livability, environment, accessibility ad GDP per capita, the magazine also took  COVID-19 death figures into consideration, Tokyo’s number 1 spot is mainly contributed to Japan’s response to COVID-19 — which included closing its borders and postponing the Olympics.

You can check out the whole list, which also included Melbourne, Frankfurt, Paris, Berlin, and Sydney in the top 10, by visiting the Global Finance website.

Posted by:Staff