Delicious Chocolates Represent All 4 Seasons
Hurry to grab these limited-edition chocolates from Sembikiya, each representing one of Japan's four gorgeous seasons.
Neighborhood Styles in Tokyo
Which Tokyo style fits you best?
Tour Reconstructed Kabukiza Without a Ticket
Kabukiza reopened in 2013 after three years of reconstruction and renovation, but the newly opened theater has been turned into a place that anyone can enjoy.
7 Best Spots to Buy Toys in Japan
Japan is home to some of the most famous toys in the world. So what should you do if you’re in Japan and you—or, um, your kids—feel a sudden urge for toy shopping?
20+ Free Museums & Art Galleries in Tokyo
All the culture you can get without spending a dime!
Merry Melodies for Train Departures
After taking into account suggestions from the public, Tokyo Metro has finally settled on some J-Pop jingles for train departures.
The Historical Stores of Ginza
Ginza has been associated with wealth ever since a silver coin mint was established here early in the Edo Period. Quite a few old shops got their start here, making Ginza a great center for some historical shopping!
Delight Your Taste Buds with a Kabuki Drink
This Tully’s Coffee shop located in the Kabukiza Theater serves a menu item with a kabuki twist!
Luxurious Stationery from Itoya
Itoya is an historic brand that that offers luxurious stationery in one of Japan's most fashionable districts.
5 Top Tokyo Club Events for Valentine's 2016
Whether you're looking for someone or looking for a way to spend Valentine's with that special someone, here are some hot tips for Tokyo's nightlife scene!
5 of Tokyo's Best Set Meals for About ¥1,000
Tokyo doesn't have to be an expensive city, and dining out can actually be a pretty cheap experience—but cheap doesn't mean skimping on quality!
Sushi Kit Kats: Not Just an April Fools' Joke!
Good news for Kit Kat fans! Kit Kat Chocolatory is celebrating the opening of their Ginza store with gifts of sushi-flavored Kit Kats, but for a limited time only!
5 Restaurants for a Taste of Ichiju-Sansai
The basic foundation of a traditional Japanese meal is 'ichiju-sansai,' which literally means 'one soup and three dishes.' This refers to a meal consisting of a bowl of soup, a main dish and two sides, supported by rice and Japanese pickles.
Sweet Disney Princess Treats
These treats are as sweet and cute as the Dinsey Princess characters themselves!
Fendi Pop-Up in Ginza
To mark the 50th anniversary of its presence in Japan, Fendi opened a pop-up shop in Ginza—its first and only boutique in Japan to showcase both men's and women's collections.
Discover High Art at Tokyo Fashion Stores
Fashion houses are natural art lovers, and many are happy to share their love with Tokyo shoppers. Maybe the following suggestions will give you some tips on how to appreciate your luxury shopping just a little more.
A Select Shop in a Basement Parking Garage
Interested in a new shopping experience? Then visit Tokyo’s hippest new select shop located in a basement parking garage!
All in a Day's Pass!
Train convenience may be the best thing you could enjoy in Japan, but unplanned itineraries could be costly due to frequent use of the trains. But with careful planning, all you need is a one-time purchase ticket for the entire day.
BCBGMAXAZRIA Ginza Flagship Opening Reception
BCBGMAXAZRIA, the famously chic Los Angeles-based, high-end fashion brand, opened its largest Japanese flagship store in Ginza on March 6, 2016.
Sakura: A New Non-Verbal Musical Show in Tokyo
Non-verbal shows have proven to be a huge hit in Korea, attracting audiences of international visitors and even going on worldwide tours. Now Meijiza is bringing this accessible musical style to Tokyo!