The Ultimate Guide To Tokyo
Articles about Suburban South Tokyo
Your guide to the perfect summertime weekend activities in Tokyo—some of them uniquely Japanese.
Our Tokyo Michelin star restaurant mega-guide will have you not only eating some of the best food in the world—but the chance to try it on a budget.
Cafes that specialize in green tea are surprisingly not that popular in Tokyo. Here are 3 cafes where you can get your matcha fix.
For good luck in the new year, go on the Seven Lucky Gods pilgrimage (aka Shichifukujin Meguri), which involves visiting seven temples to receive blessings from the deities of good fortune.
It’s hard to precisely and concisely describe okonomiyaki in English. The common translations of “Japanese pizza” or “Japanese pancake” just don’t do it justice. Literally translated to “grilled as you like it,” okonomiyaki is something like a savory pancake with
Take a break from the neon wonderland and get out into these green spaces.
When you hear the word ‘museum’, it’s not not unusual to think of dusty displays and long-winded descriptions, but Tokyo does things differently.
Some fantastic shops that support craftmakers, focus on sustainable products and offer handmade creations that will make for meaninigful gifts.
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 hundreds available, you’re in the right
It’s a great season to sip a drink at a Tokyo terrace bar/cafe while reading a book or chatting with friends. Here are the top chill choices.
Meguro—for when you want to have a couple (or more) decent drinks without being forced to sing, overcharged or having to order tons of food.
Put your best foot forward this fall.
Introducing the 3 best (lengthy) walking routes that urban Tokyo has to offer. There's much to see along the way and even a secret or two to uncover.
A small mountain of refreshing, sugary delight—make kakigori your new favourite treat at these dessert spots that take this summertime fav up a notch.
The best coffee spots in the city with reasonable prices and oftentimes free wifi.
This city's trains are so cool it's a wonder there aren't more densha otaku.
Tokyo's had its fair share of dark times. [Content warning: Article covers themes of violence, torture, and death.]
Obscure museums, a 12 ha forest, shrines and more.
What better way to cool off than a trip to one of Tokyo's water parks and pools?
Sprucing up the place? Visit these Tokyo furniture stores, from the big-name mainstream players to niche design boutiques, and practical rental options too.
Book some of the most awesome + reasonable vacation/staycation rentals.
Meguro-dori is the perfect destination for furniture browsing, interior inspiration, and picking up some unique antiques and knickknacks.
How to experience the hotel version of a tiny house.
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