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Ueno (上野) is one of the oldest cities in Tokyo (東京) and is a must-visit when you are in Japan. Thousands of visitors come to the place due to its rich cultural spots and shopping districts. But aside from these, there are also many places to eat or enjoy...

DESIGN FESTA (デザインフェスタ) is an international event which is held for two consecutive days in Tokyo (東京). Anyone, regardless of age, nationality, and talent, can join the fun in order to encourage freedom of creative expression. This is considered to be the single largest art festival in Asia where...

Recently, various locations in Japan have been experiencing cooler winds and hotter days, giving a sign of the new season that'll take over in a couple of weeks. Summer in Japan is definitely hot and humid, which will make you want to head to the beach to take the...

Have you ever wondered what a Western mix on the traditional Japanese sweet, dorayaki (どら焼き), would be like? Well, wonder no more as a new dorayaki specialty store called DOU (ドウ) is opening at Ikebukuro Station (池袋駅) at the end of May 2017! Dorayaki jp.fotolia.com/ But first, what is dorayaki? Dorayaki is...

People who have been to Japan probably already know that Japan is a wonderful trove of unique and high-quality stationery items. Did you know that there is a retro shop in Kichijoji (吉祥寺), Tokyo (東京) that makes all of your stationery fanatic dreams come true? 36 Sublo sublo.net/ 36 Sublo is a...

Konica Minolta Planetarium TENKU (コニカミノルタプラネタリウム 天空) at Tokyo SKYTREE TOWN (東京スカイツリータウン) is starting a new event from the 20th of May, 2017. The new program is called "Aloha Spirits: Hawaii, an Island Full of Stars (アロハスピリッツ: 星降る島ハワイ)." You can experience Hawaii Island’s beautiful starry sky through this new planetarium...

Originally named after the renowned Yebisu brewery the Ebisu 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 and Meguro, Ebisu is a business district with a twist where locals...

Marunouchi is a modern-looking district found at the very heart of Tokyo, just a stone's throw from Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The name Marunouchi translates as "inside the circle" and originates from its location inside the palace walls of the Edo Castle hundreds of years ago. Originally...

Head south of Tokyo Station and the chic Ginza district towards Tokyo Bay and you will arrive in a small area called Tsukiji. This neighbourhood, easily accessible from either Tsukiji Station or Tsukijishijo Station on the metro, is most famous as the home of Tsukiji Market, the world's largest...

Ryogoku is a district most commonly associated with the popular Japanese sport of sumo. Sumo tournaments have taken place in the Ryogoku Kokugikan (sumo stadium) and sumo stables in the area for over a century and attract visitors from far and wide who come to get a glimpse of...

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