Things to do in Tokyo, Japan

2014.11.22
A regular dog on a regular walk part six, in “Nezu Shrine, Otome-Inari”
People go to worship at a shrine. So, I’ll also try it as a dog. Many foxes greeted me, and I said “Hi” to them.
2014.11.19
Let’s celebrate the Anniversary Year of “Moomin” at the Moomin Café, located exclusively in Japan!
Finnish-born “Moomin” is very popular in Japan. It is the memorable 100th Anniversary of the birth of the author this year! The Finnish-born fair
2014.11.06
A regular dog on a regular walk part two, in “Daimyou Clock Museum & Gyokurin Temple”
“Daimyou Clock Museum” I paid a visit to this curiously-named museum. After penetrating through to the back of the dense forest,
2014.11.03
You may only be able to taste this in Japan!? “Tamago kake gohan” (egg on rice) with fresh eggs
Easy! Yummy! Fresh raw eggs are the perfect topping for white rice! Rice is the principal food in the Japanese diet, so there are many side dish
2014.10.25
A regular dog on a regular walk part two, in “Hatsune-Mori (Forest) Park”
This is such a retro town in Tokyo… The name of this town is Yanaka Hatsune I’m patrolling here just like the police do. this re
2014.10.20
Is this a Pet shop? No, It’s a café! “Birds Café” is catching on now!
There is good place to get in touch with lovely birds Do you have any pets? Dog? Cat? Tropical fish? Chameleon? There are so many kinds of pet
2014.10.10
Come for a walk with Mame, a dog that resides in the Yanesen neighborhood in downtown Tokyo.“A regular dog on a regular walk,” part one.
Let us show you the nature that can be found in the city through a walk with Tokyo Kitsch's mascot, Mame. Despite being adjacent to traffic-heavy
2014.10.04
Foreigners Get to Experience Japanese Pop Culture for Free! A Trip to the "Moshimoshi Nippon Festival 2014".
Delivering Japan's Latest Pop Culture to the World! We took a trip to "Moshimoshi Nippon Festival 2014," introduced in a previous article. As an e
2014.10.02
Let’s learn the spirit of “Omotenashi”(hospitality). The “Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony” is held for all, from beginners to advanced.
Into the deep “chanoyu” (tea) origin of the Japanese sense of beauty There is the “Wabi/Sabi” culture in our spirits. It is one of the important s
2014.09.22
Experience the lion dance fortune at “the Kanda Shrine” that has watched over Tokyo/Edo for centuries!
Built on the land of Edo some 1300 years ago, the Kanda Shrine has been watching over Tokyo for centuries. Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples ar
2014.09.16
Travel back to old Tokyo and enjoy a ride along the Toden Arakawa Line while taking stops along the way.
Enjoy the view of old-town streetscapes as you ride a rare streetcar in Tokyo. Have you ever seen Tokyo's cute little “train” that travels slowly
2014.09.01
Let’s find “Kawaii” on “Takeshita Street” in Harajuku
model/left:Rinata、right:Rinana Worldwide Japanese fashion originated here. When asked, “Where is the popular area for fashion among young people in
2014.08.29
From children to grown-ups, “Gacha-gacha” are the collectables that everybody is avidly turning the knob in order to get!
Gashapon / Dick Thomas Johnson Many of the capsule toys found in Japan are very unique! Japanese capsule toys are called "Gacha-gacha" or "Gachap
2014.08.28
Founded 230 years ago. "The oldest cheap sweets-store in Japan", loved by many from children to adults
Built in the middle of the Tokyo, it has an old-fashioned, retro scenery In your country, is there small, cheap candy meant for children? In Japan
2014.08.06
I recently visited “ART AQUARIUM”, where live goldfish dance about artistically within a world of light and images!
This is underwater art through which you can cool off and experience the beauty of Japan with all five senses. For over 400 years goldfish have a