Things to do in Tokyo, Japan

2015.02.25
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 all ages have experienced being lovesick. Some hope
2015.02.23
My experience of aizome, dying Japan Blue
Indigo, nicknamed Japan Blue, is an important color in Japanese culture. This is why I decided to visit Wanariya, a shop that allows visitors to make
2015.02.20
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 Asakusa. But the fun doesn’t stop there! If you wal
2015.02.18
An exotic town called "Jiyugaoka" that will make you ask: "Is this Japan?"
Get away from the typical tourists spots, and rediscover Japan.
2015.02.13
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 Iidabashi station, “CANAL CAFE” is located alongside t
taiyaki
2015.02.03
Hurry before they’re gone! The crispy skin and hot stewed adzuki bean jam is the specialty of “Nezu no Taiyaki”
How about dropping by on your way to the Yanaka Ginza shopping district? “Nezu no Taiyaki” is located within a 5 minute walk from Nezu stat
2015.01.31
Nostalgia in Tokyo: a walk around "Yanaka Ginza" shopping street
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the town. Yanaka Ginza shopping district is located within 5 minutes from Nippori Station. The entrance to th
edokiriko
2015.01.14
The magical technique of ”Multifaceted Edo glass” turns glass into art
Shining glass products from tableware to ornaments are loved by people all over the world. Japan has been developing a multifaceted glass
takaosan
2014.12.25
Great nature is just 1 hour away from Shinjuku! Enjoy a day trip hiking at “Mt. Takaosan”
We hiked Mt. Takaosan during the winter! Taking a train crowded with people who go to school and work, we arrived at Mt. Takaosan in just 1 hour from
2014.12.02
The Ginkgo Festival:Beautiful Autumn Colors in Tokyo's Jingu Gaien
The best place and time to admire Ginkgo trees like the locals.
2014.08.01
“Sanja Matsuri”, a festival with over 1300 years of history celebrated in Tokyo’s famous Asakusa district.
Asakusa’s 3 most popular days of the year when people get crazy! When asked, “What’s the most popular sightseeing area in Tokyo,” the common