The Tsukiji Market

11 Things to Do in Tsukiji, Home to the Biggest Fish Market in the World

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 fish market. With its proximity to…

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

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 like. Tokyo is unequalled by other…

Top 30 Things to Do in Tokyo, Japan’s Glamorous Capital!

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and one of the most glamorous cities in Asia. With its low crime rate, countless bars and restaurants, and numerous cultural and historical sites, it’s no wonder that it sees millions of tourists every year. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are coming and an even larger number of tourists is…

10 Fantastic Spots for a Photographer on Tokyo’s Sumida River

The Sumida River (Sumidagawa 隅田川), one of Tokyo’s classic waterways, is a photographer’s dream. With waterside terraces, appealing atmosphere, and breathtaking views, it’s a definite “must” on any tourist’s list. Yet sadly, many fail to take advantage of this fun, free opportunity. Originating in Chichibu (秩父), Saitama (埼玉), the Sumidagawa breaks off from the Arakawa…

Feel the Aloha Spirit With Tokyo Marriott Hotel’s Limited Hawaiian Menu!

“Escape to Big Island – Real Aloha Experience” is the title of the promotional menu that Tokyo Marriott Hotel has recently launched this summer. This will give guests an edible escape to experience Hawaiian dining in the heart of the country. Hawaii, as a popular tourist destination in Japan, has played an important role in…

Top Food Picks Not to Miss at Tsukiji Fish Market Before They Relocate!

There are a number of popular tourist spots to visit in the land of the rising sun. And if you’re travelling to Tokyo, you might have heard of popular places such as Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya for fashion spots or you may know of the big ourist attractions like Tokyo Sky Tree, Sensouji, Ueno Park…

Edomae Sushi: A Tradition of Japanese Fast Food

30 years ago not many people outside of Japan have tried one of its most delicate foods: sushi. However, these days chances are that you have had Edomae style sushi at least once before. What is Edomae style sushi exactly? And how did they come up with it? In Front of Tokyo Bay r.gnavi.co.jp/ The…

Japan on the Cheap: Free Sightseeing Spots at Popular Destinations

For all the travellers out there, especially those who have the desire to explore more of Japan, you might notice that transportation fees in Japan aren’t cheap at all. Also, if you happen to travel in the peak season, your wallet gets lighter quickly because of accommodation expenses, not to mention the entrance tickets you…

Enjoy Japan to the Fullest: Take a Guided Tour

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and the most densely populated city on Earth with 36,923,000 people living there when counted in 2010. Tokyo is a city of juxtapositions, with ancient temples next door to cutting-edge technological advances. Tokyo is understandably one of the top destinations for people visiting Japan, as it is not only…