15 Best Foodie Stops in Asakusa
Find the best local restaurants, treats and bread shops in Asakusa!
7 Cute Cafés in Tokyo
Discover some of the cutest cafés in Tokyo. You won't just want to visit for the food, but for the whole experience!
Unfolding the Mysteries of Origami
Learn all about origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, at Tokyo's Origami Center.
54 Fun Things to Do in Japan!
Japan is filled with quirky and fun bucket-list-worthy things to do, with countless sights, shrines, parks, gardens, restaurants, museums and neighborhoods to explore. Here are the 54 fun things to do in Japan!
10 Delectable Sweets Stops in Tokyo!
If you've got a sweet tooth, you should definitely hit up these 10 shops when you're in Tokyo!
Kappabashi: Home of Japanese Knives
Kappabashi is an awesome spot to find cool Japanese kitchenware, especially the beautiful blades beloved by chefs around the world.
Visit the 'Museum of the Sewerage'
At the 'Museum of the Sewerage' in western Tokyo, you can stand on a viewing platform right inside the main sewage pipe—which smells about as good as you'd imagine!
The King of Parfaits
Located in Tokyo's Shinagawa district, the King of Parfait certainly lives up to its name with giant parfaits that reach up to 60 centimeters (23.6 inches) tall!
Ghibli Celebrates 30 Years of Filmmaking
Studio Ghibli celebrates 30 years of filmmaking with a Roppongi exhibition filled with tons of memorabilia, Ghibli-themed food and limited-edition toys!
6 Unique yet Affordable Hotels in Tokyo
Even in Tokyo, you can still find a great selection of unique and affordable places to lay your head—if you know where to look!
4 Fantastic Tokyo Summer Festivals
As much as you might see about summer fireworks, there are also a number of other fantastic festivals happening in different corners of Tokyo that are very much worth heading out for!
Tsuchimochi Completes His '100 Views of Tokyo'
Revisit Shinji Tsuchimochi's stunning artwork series, '100 Views of Tokyo.'
What to Expect at a Japanese Baseball Game
Professional baseball has deeply rooted popularity in Japan, with fans keen to cheer their favorite team's unique fight song. It's an experience not to be missed!
The Best Food around Tsukiji Fish Market!
Tsukiji's massive and lively fish market makes a fantastic (and free) addition to any Tokyo itinerary. But beyond the fish, the area is lined with numerous restaurants and retail shops that solidify Tsukiji as a major tourist attraction.
Luxurious Stationery from Itoya
Itoya is an historic brand that that offers luxurious stationery in one of Japan's most fashionable districts.
Transform Tableware into a 5-Story Pagoda
What better way to dish out your homemade Japanese food than to serve it on dishes designed to look like Japanese-style architecture?
Toro Nagashi: Floating Lanterns for the Dead
'Toro nagashi' is a ceremony in which paper lanterns are released into the water, typically floating down rivers to guide the spirits of the dead back to the other world.
Film & Solo Exhibition: The Whispering Star
Radical film director Sono Sion enlightens us with his solo exhibition, showcasing one of his most talked about films to date.
Akihabara Food Guide
Tokyo's Akihabara area is about more than electronics and anime goods. Find the best local restaurants and food in the area!
5 Unique Boutique Hotels In Tokyo
Find the best boutique hotels in Tokyo for the ultimate travel experience!