Trains are on time to the minute, and delays of more than a minute are rare and frowned upon by the transportation agency, the news, and the public. Trains will take you literally anywhere and everywhere in Tokyo and all of Japan.
Tokyo, like the rest of Japan, lies on the Ring of Fire and is prone to fairly regular earthquakes. Most are small, but once in a while, residents do get shaken up by a slightly larger one. Most of the buildings are built to withstand earthquakes up to a magnitude 8.
One of the most important centers during the Renaissance and one-time capital of the Roman Empire before that, Milan has always been an important cultural hub. Because of this it's a city rich in architecture, museums and history. Nowadays it's famous for being an important center of fas...
Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, with over 140 languages spoken. There are festivals and celebrations frequently with roots from all parts of the world. You can read more about the diversity statistics here.
People speaking every single language, eating every kind of food, doing every kind of job, wearing every kind of clothing, playing every kind of instrument, the list goes on. New York is home to everything except deep dish pizza.
Property is cheap and the cost of living is minimal compared to other cities. Restaurants are abundant, there are museums and plenty of sporting events and the city is small enough to easily get around. Overall it is a pleasant city that is easy to live in.