Tokyo Bay has long been the stomping ground of the infamous God of Destruction, so it should come as no surprise there are plenty of great spots to snap a photo.
One of our favourite art events showcasing an eclectic mix of creative types.
From the quirky to the contemporary, 3,000 booths and 10,000 exhibitors for your perusing pleasure.
The area around Meguro Station doesn’t share the hip reputation of neighboring Nakameguro, but there’s a surprising number of interesting independent restaurants clustered around the station. If you’re struggling to choose between the many …
Not every pub will be showing the games, but luckily there are some good options around town to catch the action.
With so many options for Japanese knives, where should you start?
Looking to get your junk food on in Tokyo? Don’t fancy a giant bowl of rice with that pork cutlet? Enter the humble kushikatsu.
With Japan’s population in steady decline, ninja masters are looking to foreign shores for new students. Are you up to the challenge?
Don’t know your gizzards from your tail? You’ve come to the right place. Whether it’s a full-blown feast or an occasional snack between rounds of drinks, it’s hard to overstate the simple elegance of yakitori. Chicken. On a stick. Cooked over …
Everything you need to know about visiting the new Moomin theme park in Saitama. Plus an impressive and free Moomin park alternative!
Every spring, Meguro’s usually sleepy river banks become a hive of activity as one of Tokyo’s most magical spots to see the annual cherry blossoms.
These traditional Japanese inns are right in the heart of some of Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, making them a perfect base of operations for your stay.
Looking to experience Japan’s historical and rural side? You might be best off leaving Tokyo behind for Saga Prefecture in Kyushu.
Fujino is an off-the-beaten-path destination and must-visit for any art lover.