Things to do in Tokyo, Japan

Popular Iranian/Japanese ramen in Koenji at Bia Bia restaurant
A ramen shop that’s popular among women and children. Bia Bia is about a 1 min walk from the Higash
Tadaima Japan’s advertisement is now broadcasted at the popular tourist destination, "Ameyoko" in the Ueno district of Tokyo!
What’s “Ameyoko”? It’s a 400-meter long market street between the JR Ueno and Okachimachi station
Had a cool journey to the Akagi Shrine, and then over to the BABEL BAR in Shinjuku with the movie director, Mr.Michihito Fujii!
Had a cool journey to the Akagi Shrine, and then over to the BABEL BAR in Shinjuku with the movie director, Mr.Michihito Fujii!
“Toco Toco T.V.,” a French T.V. Program that introduces Japanese culture! Toco Toco T.V. is a Fre
"The Komazawa Park ", A Tokyo Playground Where You Can Meet the Locals!
A Tokyo playground where Men and women of all ages, skaters, performers, and just about anybody can
Kokufu will be full of festivities! Kurayami-matsuri, a carnival in the darkness of night
The biggest shrine in Musashi province, Okuni-mitama-jinja Shrine The festival held in the darkness
Let’s go on a Museum tour along the Toei Oedo rail line to learn about traditional Japanese culture!
The Toei Oedo line runs in and around Tokyo! Learn about and enjoy Japanese traditional crafts! The
The beginning of Japanese roads starts here at "Nihonbashi" in Tokyo.
Nihonbashi, where Japanese roads begin. Nihonbashi (literally, Nihon-bridge) is one of the most fam
Tadaima Japan hosted a 2nd Event, A Workshop for making multifaceted Edo glass!
I had previously wrote an article about Multifaceted Edo Kiriko and actually made one, but this time
Transform yourself into a Japanese lady with an Antique Kimono!
”Kimono” is Japan’s world-class traditional culture Kimono makes Japanese women more beautiful.
Foreign visitors can’t help but to say, “Wow!” at the futuristic vending machine, Acure. A report on Acure’s PR event!
This vending machine can even decipher your demographic! Acure has new revolutionary f
Gather ye rosebud while you may! A spiritual place where you can pray for romance called, “Tokyo Daijingu.”
The shrine for romance, connecting hearts, and giving happiness… Men and women of al
Hidden Cafes in the Alleys of Asakusa
There is a shopping area full of sweets and souvenir shops on a street called Nakamise street in A
An exotic town called "Jiyugaoka" that will make you ask: "Is this Japan?"
Get away from the typical tourists spots, and rediscover Japan.
You can go boating right in the middle of Tokyo!
It’s Tokyo’s Oasis where you want to visit on a sunny day 1 minute walk from JR Iida