Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

In Need of Date Ideas? Here Are 5 Romantic Date Spots in Tokyo

It is easy to fall in love when you are in Tokyo. Most people fall for the beautiful city, while others find a special someone to fall in love with. Interestingly, many couples from all over Japan and the world visit this lovely city throughout the year, so here are five romantic spots in Tokyo…

It Isn’t All Skyscrapers: 5 Great Parks and Gardens in Tokyo to Unwind and Relax

Tokyo is known for being one of the largest cities in the world, and with an impressive population of over 13 million people, it understandably gets incredibly busy. Tokyo is notorious for its crowded trains during rush hour, the thousands that cross the infamous Scramble near Shibuya Station, and the crowds that visit famous public…

The 4 Best Places to See Maple Leaf Hues in Tokyo This Autumn 2017

Autumn is almost ready to knock on the doors of Japan and fill its landscapes with autumn leaves (koyo). Many gardens with Japanese maple trees (momiji) turn red, brightening up the whole area. If you live in the urban districts of Tokyo such as Shinjuku or Bunkyo, here are the four best places to see…

Relive Japan’s Past at These 4 Charming Places in Shinjuku

Numerous skyscrapers, bright neon lights, and bustling streets and train stations are some of the things that best describe Shinjuku. Amidst the busy crowd and modern facade of this lively city, there are still places in Shinjuku that will allow you to go back in time and explore the timeless beauty and charm of old…

Find the Best Accommodation in Japan in 2018 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…

29 Hotels in Shinjuku That Will Make Your 2018 Trip to Tokyo Perfect!

Shinjuku (新宿) is one of Tokyo (東京)’s most visited districts thanks to its Tokyo-esque neon-lit streets brimming with bustling eating and drinking establishments, entertainment, and shopping opportunities. With its easy access to the rest of the city and shuttle bus services straight to and from Narita (成田) and Haneda (羽田) airports, Shinjuku is not only…

Choose From the 7 Dreamiest Spots to See Cherry Blossom in Japan!

Hanami (flower viewing) has been a traditional custom in Japan for centuries and is mostly done from the end of March to the beginning of May, depending on the weather. If you are planning on doing hanami with your friends and family during spring, then make your way to one of these 7 celestial spots:…

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…

5 Amazing Hot Spots to Enjoy the Beauty of the Autumn Leaves in Tokyo

Japan is a country of many amazing spectacles and one of those is the changing of the leaves in autumn and there are many places throughout the country that gloriously feature these beautiful sights. However, when you’re traveling to Tokyo and only have a limited time, you are restricted to places that are easily accessible…
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