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Ebisu

Originally named after the renowned Yebisu (ヱビス) brewery the Ebisu (恵比寿) district hasn't let go of its drinking tradition, now housing an abundance of bars and eating establishments that overflow into the streets at night. Nestled noisily between Shibuya (渋谷) and Meguro (目黒), Ebisu is a business district with...

As the largest metropolitan area in the world, it goes without saying that the number of things to do in Tokyo are infinite. However long you stay in Japan you're sure to feel like there's not enough time to discover as much of the country's amazing capital as you'd...

Approximately 90% of the Japanese population are followers of Shintoism (神道), Buddhism (仏教) or both. This can be attributed to the high regards paid by the Japanese towards their ethnic origins as well as the value they put on ancient traditions. Shintoism, in particular, has been popular...

Shibuya (渋谷) is one of the most impressive districts of Japan. It is a youthful neighborhood that is enjoyed every day by thousands of tourists of all ages. The opportunities for entertainment, dining, shopping and nightlife are never-ending. If you’re planning to visit Shibuya, whether for business or sightseeing,...

Tokyo is a city bustling with colleagues and friends carousing in drinking establishments that litter the streets of the capital. It's thanks to Tokyo's production of delicious beer that you'll so often see those locals with a "nama" (draught beer) in hand. But if you're on the search for...

Whether or not you're a Muslim traveler in Japan, it is quite easy to find Muslim services such as halal food options. However, with their small number, it becomes difficult to find a truly certified halal restaurant. If you're seeking halal food that will not disappoint, here are three...

If you've ever been to Japan, was there a time where you needed to use a taxi to get from one place to another? Taking a taxi is one of the most used forms of transportation in Japan and you probably have heard of many things about the taxis...

Yoshinoya's popularity as a beef bowl chain has long been extending out of the country's borders. And this time, it has thought out of the box by opening up a Yoshinoya like no other. The shop is located in JR Ebisu Station which is a renovation of an existing...

Japan is known for seemingly wild food pairings. In a country where it is common to see a whole slice of cheesecake wrapped in a pancake stuck on a stick, next to black burgers and cafes dedicated to the girlfriend experience (aka maid cafes), it’s not surprising to...

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...

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