3. You'll want to take a ton of canned goods home from this specialty shop!
4. Pâtisserie Sadaharu AOKI Paris Marunouchi Branch
3. Regal Tokyo
Tokyo Skytree - A New Sightseeing Destination
4. Naruto Kintoki Kurio Shoten "Kaku"
2. Hakkaku-Beya (Hakkaku Stable)
Ikebukuro Station 4-Min On foot
16:00 - 23:00(L.O.22:30)
Hatchobori Station 1-Min On foot
Monday - Friday Lunch: 11:30 - 14:30(L.O.14:00), Dinner: 17:00 - 23:45(L.O.22:45, Drink L.O. 23:00)
Saturday & Holiday Dinner: 17:00 - 23:30(L.O.22:31, Drink L.O. 22:45)
Shinjuku Station 3-Min On foot
Monday - Thursday 17:00 - 24:00
Friday & Day before holiday 17:00 - 5:00, the following day
Saturday 14:00 - 5:00, the following day
Sunday & Holiday 14:00 - 24:00
Akabane Station 1-Min On foot
Monday - Friday 15:00 - 24:00(L.O.23:30)
Saturday 15:00 - 23:00(L.O.22:30)
There are plenty of events and holidays throughout the Japanese year. Here are some major events to know for March and April.
Osaka, a place where people are known to spend all their money on food, is home to many delicious yakiniku (grilled meat) restaurants. The yakiniku shops here come in all styles, with joints that offer private rooms for couples and areas for groups to hold their boisterous parties! Here are five famous meat bars and yakiniku shops around Osaka Station and Umeda Station where you can relish tasty grilled meats while drinking alcohol.
Trains are an indispensable mode of transportation in Japan, and there are many tourist trains that are an experience in and of themselves with luxury carriages, special menus and other services. Here are five recommended trains.