Ginza is known as the most popular shopping district in Tokyo. After your shopping trip, make sure to visit these 10 places to have Japanese sake in Ginza for good drinks.
Yanesen is a great place to enjoy a food trip. Make sure to try these 10 street food finds in Yanesen (Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi) area for everyone.
In the early morning hours in Shinjuku, you will find hidden gems that serve delicious Japanese and Western style breakfast. Find interesting places from here and plan your amazing day in Tokyo!
KitKat is very popular in Japan! You will be surprised to find varieties of flavors and some regional versions of KitKat! It now has become a popular souvenir to take back from Japan. Find out shops that sell KitKats.
Animal cafes have taken over Tokyo and although the majority of which have cats as stars, of course, there’d always be a place for dogs. Check out Tokyo’s Top 5.
You have to labor a little before shabu-shabu gets into your mouth. The idea of cooking your own food in a restaurant is actually a bit funny at first, but these recommended shabu-shabu restaurants give you unforgettable experience for the best food!
Speaking in terms of shopping for green tea, especially green tea leaves, it's not only in grocery stores! The most delicious and beneficial green tea is fresh, loose leaves from Japan. Here is the list of 7 stores to go for the highest quality green tea leaves!
Akasaka is known for having countless restaurants that caters to people of all ages. Try out these 10 sushi places in Akasaka for great sushi.
Shinbashi, also called Shimbashi is a major railway hub in Tokyo. While you’re there, make sure to visit these 10 izakayas in Shinbashi for a great experience.
Curry was introduced to Japan during Meiji Era. It became very popular and became one of the favorite homemade dishes. Here are the 12 Japanese curry restaurants in Tokyo.
My favorites: - Marugo in Akihabarahttps://www.tripadvisor.jp/Restaurant_Review-g1066443-d1660666-Reviews-Tonkatsu_Marugo-Chiyoda_Tokyo_Tokyo_Prefecture_Kanto.htmlso, so, so, good! Expect long queues.- Isen in Uenohttps://gurunavi.com/en/a226600/rst/Their tonkatsu is rather soft. They say "tonkat...
Do you like soba noodles? Kanda Matsuya near Akihabara is a great soba restaurant with a long history. Their cold soba is very delicious and the setting of an old house is very relaxing. You can watch a soba chef making soba from your seat sometimes. Kanda Matsuya: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/li...
Ginza is one of Tokyo’s entertainment, shopping, and dining districts. Gather your friends and go to 10 places to have dinner in Ginza for happy memories.
Ginza is not just widely renowned for its luxury shopping stores, but it is also famous for providing one of the best gastronomical scenes in Tokyo. Don’t miss out the chance to taste wagyu beef in Ginza at these restaurants!
Teppanyaki is a Japanese barbecue food, prepared or grilled on iron griddle. Find a place to go with the list of 10 best teppanyaki restaurants in Shibuya.
Teppanyaki is one of the most beloved Japanese food you should try while in Japan. Here are the 10 recommended teppanyaki restaurants in the Shinjuku area to check out.
Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine which the chef grills ingredients in front of you. I recommend these 10 restaurants for the best teppanyaki experience in Tokyo.
In Japan, unagi is a popular delicacy because people believe that it has “stamina enhancing properties”. The most popular way of preparing unagi is by grilling them over charcoal. Here are some of the specialty restaurants in Tokyo that serve great tasting unagi.
If being in a room full of cats makes you happy, a visit to Tokyo’s cat cafés should be on your must-do list. Here are the best cat cafés for each of Tokyo’s most popular districts.
Jimbocho is known as the book town, curry town, and cafe town of Tokyo. Explore the city and try the 10 things to do in Jimbocho for fun.