Ginza: Pop Into These Fascinating Hot Spots on Your Next Visit!

Ginza is a popular shopping district in Tokyo. It is an area where you can find internationally renowned department stores, coffee shops, restaurants, and boutiques. lukezeme.com/ Choosing which place to visit can be quite confusing. Here are two fascinating activities you can do in Ginza. Kabukiza Theatre unmissabletokyo.com/ If you’re searching for a traditional kabuki…

Gucci Cafe: Luxury Dining in Ginza

Ginza is Japan’s high-end shopping district that houses popular brands like Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Chanel, Dior and many more. Ginza also houses quite a number of fine dining establishments and here I would like to present one of them. Some of you might be thinking that you can’t afford to dine in an expensive place…

16 Must-See Places and Things to Do in Shinjuku: Explore the Unexplored!

If you know anything about Tokyo, then it is highly likely that you have heard of Shinjuku. You may have heard of the city district having the busiest train station in the world and being one of the major economic hubs of Japan’s capital city. It is probably at the top of most tourists’ bucket…

Tokyo Tower, Stunning View from Every Angle: 11 Picture-Perfect Spots

Before the currently popular and beautiful Sky Tree, there was another tall and magnificent legend that symbolized Tokyo to a T. Tokyo Tower, built in 1958 and located in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, is the second tallest structure in Japan at 332.9 meters (1,092 feet). This tower is not just a typical tourist spot, but also…
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Must See: One Piece Kabuki in Japanese Theatres!

In Japan, you will probably quickly notice that the past and the present exist in harmony. In one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, you can still find ancient wooden shrines in the strangest of places. With such a rich history and popular current shows it has finally happened, the past and…

Halloween in Tokyo – 7 Fantastic Events For Children and Adults

Although Halloween isn’t celebrated as a traditional holiday in Japan, influences from the west have ensured that each year this spooky day is pushed further and further into the limelight. As a result, with each passing year more and more Halloween events are beginning to take place in Japan. Being the metropolitan hub of Japan,…

This Japanese Trick Art Museum Will Blow Your Mind

Based in the foothills of Mount Takao just outside of Tokyo is a museum which will mess with your head! In this idyllic setting where the masses of Tokyo go for an escape, you can truly enter another world. A world of trick art! History of trick art Trick art is said to have a…

3 Tokyo Restaurants that Serve Traditional Japanese Communal Meals

Kamameshi refers to Japanese rice cooked in an iron pot which is known as “kama” in Japanese. It used to be a way to have communal meals, especially after the Great Kanto Earthquake that happened in the Tokyo area in 1923. It originated in a town called Takeshitakama, and was a way to distribute rice…
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3 of The Best Sushi Restaurants in Tokyo for Fine Dining

Do you know that the emergence of sushi originally started in Southeast Asia? It became a way of preserving fish in fermented rice. It only came in Japan around the 8th century and was already widely seen in the Edo Period. Nowadays, sushi is sold almost anywhere in Japan and is considered a fast food…
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