4. Aogashima (Tokyo)
1. IPPUDO Lumine Est Shinjuku (1/2PPUDO)
1. Kyusaikou Ginza Branch
1. Yansando Ueno Main Branch
Mix Häagen-Dazs Green Tea Ice Cream with a Tea Whisk!? A New Type of Cocktail Worthy of Notice
Moomin Stand coppice KICHIJOJI to Open After Renewal
Enjoy Hotel Gajoen Tokyo in the Spring Casually Wearing Kimono!
1. Shinagawa Prince Hotel
1. Nadai Fuji Soba
Books and café and accommodations?! A Unique, New Breed of Hostel Rises in Ginza
Face-to-face interview with part-time “miko” that most women yearn to be like! A Glimpse into the World of Shrine Maidens
1. Thrush Café
A leader in the craft beer world and maker of Yona Yona Ale and Suiyoubi no Neko has finally come to Shinjuku!
There are plenty of shrines and temples throughout Japan, but some of them are rather unique. Here are 6 shrines and temples with buildings or objects of worship that you won't see anywhere else.
Since ancient times, Gion, Kyoto has been a geisha district. The many stores lined up along the streets contributes to the splendid atmosphere of this neighborhood, and one might just find themselves wanting to just forget time and enjoy the sights and sounds to their heart's content! Here are 5 popular hotels that are located in the Gion area.
Kyushu, where Fukuoka is located, is a famous producer of wagyu beef. While Fukuoka may be famous for its ramen and motsunabe, actually there are also quite a few good yakiniku (grilled meat) restaurants. Here are 5 such yakiniku restaurants that serve wagyu beef.