Things to do in Tokyo, Japan

2016.11.10
Kameari is the setting for Kochikame manga series!
I’ll introduce a manga comedy written by Osamu Akimoto. “Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikoen-mae Hashutsujo”(“Here is the police station in front of the
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2016.11.05
Cheap, Quick, and Tasty! Tokyoites beloved fast food, Soba noodles.
Which type of fast food do you think has been enjoyed by Tokyoties for some centuries? Soba noodles have been the favorite fast food of the people fr
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2016.11.01
World cooking starts in Kappabashi (Kitchen Town), where specialty stores stock everything you need for your kitchen.
There is a shopping thoroughfare that specializes in kitchenware called Kappabashi Dougu Street, also known as ‘Kitchen Town’, about a ten minute walk
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2016.10.28
In the shadow of the Tokyo Sky Tree. Take a look around the downtown shopping arcade, Kira Kira Tachibana. Heart warming, retro, and sparkling with life!
The aptly named ‘Kira Kira’ (sparkling) Tachibana Shopping Arcade is a ten-minute walk from Keisei-Hikifune Station on the Keisei Oshiage Line in the
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2016.10.26
A half day walk-and-eat tour in the Sumo town of Ryogoku! Don’t miss the historical sites, museums, and foodie destinations. Vol. 2
Ryogoku is famous for Sumo, but Japanese people don’t know much about the history and places we can walk around in Ryogoku. I introduced some nice pl
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2016.10.18
Watch traditional Japanese performing arts at the Edo Tokyo Museum!
The Edo Tokyo Museum will host Noh and Kyogen Performances on stage this coming December. The performances will be played with English captions and th
2016.10.10
A half day walk-and-eat tour in the Sumo town of Ryogoku! Don’t miss the historical sites, museums, and foodie destinations. Vol. 1
Do you know the traditional Japanese sport of Sumo? Ryogoku is famous for Sumo, because there have been many sumo stables located here since ancient t
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2016.10.06
Halal meat, vegan food, and an allergy aware menu at Asakusa’s SEKAI CAFE.
【CONTENTS】 So why is this cafe so popular with international customers? A cleverly designed menu. Fresh vegetables with a moreish flavor
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2016.09.22
My recommendations for Kuramae, an ever changing town within walking distance from Asakusa!
It is said that Kuramae was named after the fact that there were Edo shogunate rice granaries (Okomegura) located here. We can find old-fashioned shop
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2016.08.31
Let’s go to Waseda University!The Waseda Museum tour gives us a sense of history of over 130 years.
Waseda University (Shinjuku Ward in Tokyo) has a history of over 130 years. There are museums that were built before the war in school buildings, and
Meiji Jingu
2016.08.18
Meiji Jingu (Shinto Shrine) is a Michelin 3-star tourist destination in Tokyo
Meiji Jingu, which see’s some of the most people during New Year’s in Japan, never ceases to attract tourists from around the world. There are many tr
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2016.07.21
Soba noodles and rice omelets, eat light meals in nostalgic atmospheres!【Near the TOKYO SKY TREE tower】
Food is one of the most thrilling parts of traveling. Taste is important, but the atmosphere may also stimulate your appetite. While exploring the Sum
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2016.07.16
Onsen-Sento: try an outdoor bath at the bottom of the Tokyo Sky Tree!
Wandering the Sumida ward, you may feel tired and want relax for a while. You can have a relaxing, Sento (public bath) experience in just a 10 min wal
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2016.06.29
Have you ever wondered what these stickers are in Japanese temples and shrines?
During the Edo period (1603 to 1868), visiting temples and shrines to make a wish for their well-being was popular among the people at the time. Peopl
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2016.06.24
Samurai, Kabuki, Sushi. Let’s experience old Tokyo at the Edo-Tokyo Museum!【江戸東京博物館】
Samurai (侍), Geisha(芸者), Ukiyo-e(浮世絵), and Kabuki(歌舞伎). You might be familiar with some of these Japanese words before visiting Japan. However, do you