New to Tokyo Cheapo? Read this. We’ve put together a Tokyo for Beginners introductory guide that will help you use our (invaluable) resources to get the most out of Tokyo on a budget. From reasonable ramen to inexpensive ways of […]
Stationery is just one of those life essentials. Be it a diary, those handy sticky notes or a decent pen—we need it—so check these shops for cool, cute and kawaii supplies.
Meiji Jingu is the most visited religious site in Japan. Let our guide take you through its rich history, legends, traditions, festivals and more.
Got some time to spare during your Haneda layover? Here are some ideas for experiencing Tokyo without going too far, or not leaving the airport at all.
Explore these top Tokyo shopping neighborhoods to pick up some great fashion, souvenirs or even window shop—and see the city while you're at it!
Open June 16th to September 10th, 2017 The rooftop garden on top of the Tokyo Plaza building on the corner of Meiji Dori and Omotesando is converted into a beer terrace each year during the warmer months. This year, it’s […]
Nothing says fun like Takeshita Street—one of the busiest & brightest shopping streets in Tokyo.
A handy guide to Japan temples and shrines. We cover the difference between the two, etiquette and practices, and lucky objects.
Christmas shopping season is upon us, but we're here to make it a whole lot easier.
Drink with demons, munch with Moomin or climb into a coffin for your own funeral service—all in the name of culinary fun at these Tokyo themed restaurants!
The yukata is the casual summer cousin of the kimono. Lightweight and eternally in style, yukata are great for personal wear and gifts. Here's how to buy them on the cheap.