Summary: I love this cologne. I've been using it for a number of years now. I usually buy the testers, because they're a little cheaper. It's a very unique scent - you won't find a lot of others smelling like yourself. I've only always gotten compliments on this scent. It's not overbearingly strong, but it definitely catches people's attention. It's a very modern scent and is definitely good on young adults. It's worth a try if you're on the fence!
Summary: I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend, and I love it on him. He normally wears American Eagle 77 and Tokyo smells quite similar, having a nice deep body. Its a potent smell upon first spray, but does become more subtle after a few hours. I always find myself getting in close to him because I love the smell so much. As far as I know, he also likes it. Its definitely a manly scent and I like that you can pick out each different ingredient (cedar, nutmeg, citrus, etc.).
Summary: As a woman, I love wearing rich, woodsy and masculine scents, especially if they're infused with pepper or ginger. Most of the scents I wear that are of this calibre are very strong and at times, offensive. Kenzo Tokyo has a subtlety that doesn't bother me in the slightest. Its softness provides a clean and refreshing quality that I would have never expected. The fragrance opens with light, watered-down citrus, pepper and tea. This blend is quite pleasant and refreshing.
Summary: I really like L'eau Par Kenzo, so I got this to be something a little different, but in the same style. This is nothing like L'eau Par Kenzo. I know the description says green tea and grapefruit, but all I smell is Christmas tree and rosemary. Everything else must be being overpowered by the cedar scent. So, if you want to smell like a forest, this is the scent for you. That's all you'll smell like though.