Sendai is also known as the “City of Trees” is a beautiful city surrounded by the beauty of nature. This modern city that is home to a million people has plenty of things to attract tourists both local and abroad. Just a casual stroll and you’ll find plenty of things that will suit your fancy.
Ikebukuro area is a very good café spot, but is also famous for its night entertainments. There are a lot of things to do here when night approaches, and we will help you to select only the best activities for your Ikebukuro tour!
Asakusa used to be the biggest pleasure district in Tokyo. Invite some of your friends and try the 10 best bars in Asakusa for great drinks.
Ryogoku is a district in Tokyo known for its Sumo culture. Check out the 10 best food finds in Ryogoku for yummy food.
Explore Ebisu area with the best advices on activities, bars and must-visit shops! Located near Shibuya, Ebisu is at the center of Tokyo’s entertainment area. Ready to discover some fantastic places?
Yokohama is a city where you can find everything and anything. So go ahead and go on a journey to find the 10 best food finds in Yokohama.
Just in case you found yourself in Ginza with nothing much to do, here is a quick list to prove you how much this district has to offer! Find the 10 best nightlife ideas in Ginza.
Roppongi nightlife is one aspect of Tokyo tour that most tourists look forward. Experience a night you'll surely mark as one of the most memorable one yet like clubs, bars, and shows.
Harajuku is all about fashion, entertainment, and countless dining establishments. If you ever find yourself in Harajuku, you’ll probably have a hard time on deciding where to go and what to do with your time. However, for those who just want to pass the time without worrying about anything else...
You have to experience the nightlife if you want to make the best out of your trip to Yokohama. As a certified cosmopolitan city, it rivals Tokyo’s frantic energy, where, as the sun goes down, everything becomes brighter and noisier. See, eat, and drink the night away to enjoy what it has to off...
The number of Izakaya in Roppongi has increased over the years and with good reason. Being one of the most popular nightlife districts in Tokyo, it is only natural to find many Izakayas in the Roppongi Area. For people who have an active nightlife, it is almost impossible not to be acquainted wi...
Tokyo is filled with numerous bars that have a great selection of Japanese wine. Visit these 10 best bars in Tokyo to taste excellent wine!
Did you know that there are local Tokyo sake breweries? Tokyo Shoten is a small Japanese sake bar which let you try sake from breweries in Tokyo.
TOKYO KOSORA is a typical Japanese rooftop beer garden in Shinjuku! Japanese beer garden is very special because it is limited during summer.
Izakaya is the Japanese version of taverns and pubs. As many people gather in Shibuya, there are numerous great Izakayas in the town. Find out best places to visit when you are in Shibuya!
Hub Japan team went to a sake bar with Jay and Sarah from New York! Hub Japan makes travelers able to socialize with local Japanese in Japan.
Ieji is the sake bar located in Monzennakacho (Monnaka), which is the east side of Tokyo. You can try various truly delicious sake from Tohoku Region, carefully picked by the manager. The manager takes great care of bottles to serve in fresh flavor and provides those sake at a reasonable price (o...
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...
Asakusa used to be the most popular entertainment and pleasure district in Tokyo. For those who prefer to enjoy the nightlife in the city, feel free to visit these places and be captivated by the hidden charm that is uniquely found in Asakusa.
Akihabara, the famous shopping district in Tokyo where you’ll find the latest gadgets and anything related to the “otaku culture”. Akihabara gained the nickname “Akihabara Electric Town” after the war because it became the center for shopping household electronic goods. You can even say that if ...