The Ultimate Guide To Tokyo
Articles about Suburban South Tokyo
One of our favorite plum-viewing spots in Tokyo. Close to 400 plum trees among other flowers makes it a perfect location for a spring stroll.
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.
This Tokyo ward has everything you need to get a taste of Japan—from famous temples, tasty dumplings and unusual black water sento
You'll find 7 ramen experts on Shinagawa Shinatatsu Ramen Street offering bowls of pure deliciousness—the perfect spot for ramen lovers on their travels.
Nakameguro is one of Tokyo's hippest neighborhoods. Look beyond the trendy bars, restaurants and boutiques to find quirky parks, museums, art and bookshops.
Ahead of their grand opening, we chatted with one of the co-founders of the newest craft coffee spot in Tokyo. Craft beer is old news—this year Tokyo is all about craft coffee, and it’s not just for hipsters. Rather than
Walking: the best—and cheapest—way to experience Tokyo. Take a look at three of our favorite (short) walking routes, right here.
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!
Tokyo, Shinagawa, Ueno - what do these stations have to offer? Some of the city's best bites.
Long day exploring? Long night dancing? Seeing the city skyline in the warm glow of a Tokyo sunset or sunrise is an unbeatable way to finish your adventure.
Famed for pandas and whale sharks, these Tokyo zoos and aquariums have some high-profile guests and are perfect for a rainy day in the city.
These Tokyo art stores are masterpieces themselves—from sheer size, to beautiful design, these shops will get you inspired!
A taste of traditional Japan.
The stunning Wa no Akari art exhibition at the lavish Meguro Gajoen on until Aug 27!
Explore the urban island in Tokyo that's full of creatives.
A quick lowdown on serviced offices, for cheapos with business ambition in the capital.
Learn about cheese tarts—the food craze that's swept Japan in the last few years— and where to get the gooiest, butteriest, tastiest bites!
Head to these Tokyo rooftops for a short respite from the city below.
Japan's favorite noodle dish goes far and beyond the regular flavors.
Take a walk along the train tracks and explore some of the area's culinary delights.
Try your hand at Japanese flower arrangement at these ikebana workshops in Tokyo—with English-speaking instructors.
Where to go when you need a cuppa and connectivity.
Kick summer into high gear with an outdoor BBQ party. You can even arrive empty-handed—most spots supply both the equipment and the food!