ITOI, a casual restaurant where you can try new kinds of tempura while drinking and comparing sake from around Japan
If you have had tempura before you might feel you know everything you need to know about this dish i
Suzushin, a restaurant where you can enjoy a great Tonkatsu in a traditional setting and friendly atmosphere
If you have a craving for Western food but feel you should eat Japanese during your trip, “Tonkatsu”
yotsuya oiwa inari tamiya shrine
Oiwa Inari Tamiya Jinja, a shrine connected to one of Japan’s most famous ghost stories “Yotsuya Kaidan”
Japan has a tradition of ghost stories dating from the Edo period and if you’ve been here before you
Dive into the history of Arakicho experiencing the U-shaped town
Tokyo is a city with elevation of the floor varying in different locations (?) When you look at the
Sainenji, a buddhist temple that houses the spear of the famous samurai and ninja Hattori Hanzo also known as the “Demon Hanzo”
Sainenji temple 西念寺 was built by Hattori Hanzo 服部半蔵 in the year 1590 in memory of the first son of h
Where you can find the traces of Edo,Meiji and Showa period
The town was the residence of a powerful Japanese feudal lord in the Edo period Araki town, which i
Enjoy the remains of the Showa period left in Arakicho
A town which continues to leave its history remaining, Arakicho In recent years, there has been som
Explore the finest restaurants in the back alleys of Arakicho
How the alleys of Arakicho is formed “路地の名店” (finest restaurants in the back alleys) is a phrase us
Many slopes, temples and shrines, and the maze-like back alleys of the gourmet area; Yotsuya Arakicho and temple district in Shinjuku.
Are you aware that the area around Yotsuya-sanchome station in Shinjuku has a lot to see? Located a