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Find the Best Accommodation in Japan with Our Area by Area Hotel Guide

A capital city basked in both traditional and modern Japanese culture at every glance, Tokyo’s diverse neighbourhoods all have a unique charm ready to be discovered and endless places to stay to provide you with the base to do so. Japan’s reputation for good hospitality, politeness and cleanliness holds true for a lot of its…

30 Things to Do In and Around Ebisu, the Birthplace of the Much-Loved Yebisu Beer

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 a twist where locals and tourists…

Discover the Best Things to Do in Japan with Our Area Guide

Japan enjoyed nearly twenty million tourists in 2016 and the number is only expected to increase with time. This incredible country of innovation, tradition, excellent food and world-leading entertainment has captured the hearts of travellers around the world. As the largest metropolitan area in the world, it goes without saying that the number of things…

The 3 Best Budget Capsule Hotels in Tokyo’s Most Desirable Areas

Tokyo is one of the most impressive cities in Japan. The opportunities for entertainment, dining, shopping and nightlife are never-ending. If you’re planning to visit Tokyo, whether for business or sightseeing, there’s nothing better than being close to one of the stations for ease of access around the city. These three capsule hotels promise the…

The Top 10 Shopping Districts in Tokyo for Fashion Enthusiasts

Fashion has become synonymous with well-known places like France, Italy, and the US. These countries house the big names for haute couture and were the first to forward fashion as something more than just clothing. Any major fashion enthusiast would easily pick any of these places given the chance of a shopping spree. The contributions…

Drawing on City Walls: Is Japanese Street Art Thriving?

Street art is often viewed with negative connotations from Japan’s traditional side. As a country known for order and cleanliness, conforming to street art is a big no-no. Compared to other countries, the street art in Japan is less developed due to the country’s conformist culture. This is why so many local enthusiasts are extending…

Catch This Free Short Film Festival in Yokohama and Tokyo While You Still Can!

Throughout the month of June, running until the 26th of the month, the Short Shorts Film Festival takes place at various venues across Tokyo and Yokohama and the best thing is that entry to most events is free of charge. The Film Festival shortshorts.org/ The Short Shorts Film Festival has been running since 1999 when…

3 Of The Most Moving Stories and Tributes to Dogs in Tokyo

The cat vs dog debate will rage for ages, but whether one is a dog lover (犬派) or cat lover (猫派), most people can agree that the loyalty and warmth of dogs are unrivaled in the animal world. In Japan, there are a few places in particular that honor the special bond between dogs and…
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