Hakone in Kanagawa Prefecture is one of the most famous onsen districts in all Japan. When in Hakone, check out the best Onsen ryokan here and take a dip in its famous hot bath.
Akihabara is one of the most lively and noisy districts in Tokyo often refereed to as electronics and geek town. Here is the top 20 things to do, where to go, and must-sees in this city surrounded by subcultures.
Ikebukuro has many breakfast options to choose from. Make sure to try these 10 places to have breakfast in Ikebukuro to start your day right.
Omurice is omelette filled with fried rice and topped with ketchup, etc., and it's a very popular dish in Japan. Here are 12 places to enjoy delicious Omurice in Tokyo.
Ueno is a great place to enjoy Japanese sake. Check out these 10 places to taste Japanese sake in Ueno for authentic Japanese sake.
Ueno is a crowd pleaser with its wide array of sights and activities to enjoy. Never run out of things to do when you visit this busy Tokyo downtown area.
Nightlife in Yokohama is somewhat familiar. As a city that has been exposed to a lot of international influences, its drinking and party scene can be best described as a confluence of tastes. The choices include English beer pubs, American diners, posh lounges, DJ clubs, jazz venues, and cocktai...
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan and there are countless shopping destinations. Check these 11 shopping places in Yokohama before you go to have the best experience.
Like a little nest, enjoy the sensation to have your warm and private space by choosing a Capsule Hotel for your stay in Japan! Here is a list of 10 best solutions that will surprise you with their originality.
Sushi has become well-known worldwide and it is one of the Japanese foods that most travelers try when in Japan. Check out this articles to find best sushi in Harajuku and Omotesando area!
Sushi restaurants dominate the crowded streets of Shibuya. From luxury to casual sushi, find restaurants from these 10 recommended sushi in Shibuya.
A trip to Tokyo wouldn’t be complete without your fill of Japan’s most iconic dish, sushi! If you’re looking for the best of the best, here is the list of 22 highest-rated sushi restaurants.
Asakusa is full of famous yakiniku joints that can have you back here time and time again. Explore the list of worth-visiting yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa
Ginza is the top place in Tokyo when it comes to sushi dining. Take your pick from a long list of options from premium Michelin-starred restaurants to casual conveyor belt sushi bars.
Akita Prefecture is well-known for their sake breweries and various delicious local delicacies. Check out these 10 izakayas in Akita to taste local specialties.
Conveyor belt sushi or kaiten sushi is popular not only in Japan but also internationally. I recommend these 15 restaurants for the best conveyor belt sushi experience.
Plum flowers, in Japanese “Ume”, is iconic flowers to us Japanese just like cherry blossoms. In the past, when Japanese think about flowers, they imagined about plum flowers. Here I listed best places to view beautiful plum flowers in Tokyo.
Winter in Tokyo is rather cold, but instead of staying inside all day, there are lots of activities for you to enjoy. Have fun with the list of 12 activities.
Looking for some great dinner in Akihabara? Choose a restaurant from this list of recommendations from Maid Cafe to Themed restaurants. It will satisfy your appetite!
Akihabara is one of the areas in Tokyo that the best ramen shops gather. If you come to Akihabara, be sure to check in these shops to experience the best bowl in the area.