Tokyo

Japan Has an Incredibly Low Number of Five-Star Luxury Hotels. Why is That?

Here is an interesting question, what’s something that countries like the United States, China, France, and Italy have in great numbers and that Japan lacks? The obvious answer, based on the article’s title at least, is five-star hotels. To put into perspective just how few five-star hotels Japan has when compared to other places, London…

The New Coronavirus From China That Has Killed 2 Reaches Japan: What to Know

On January 15, 2020, Japanese officials confirmed that a man living in Kanagawa Prefecture had been infected with the new coronavirus that originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The man is a Chinese national who had just returned from Wuhan and had passed quarantine after taking some fever medication. However, after going to the…

Tokyo’s Best Natural Parks and Gardens

For a large and modern city, it might come as a surprise to find that Tokyo is actually blessed with some wonderfully natural parks. Of course, people often visit Ueno park with its zoo, museums and sakura trees, yet beyond this well-healed park, are some beautifully structured and calming gardens that can rival even those…

A chance to work as a full-time employee in Japan! Check out the Special skills seminar.

Special skilled residence status (特定技能, tokutei gino) has been newly established since April 2019. Many foreigners have a great opportunity to get a job in Japan. Special skills seminar photo-ac.com/ We have prepared a recommended seminar for foreigners who want to acquire special skilled visa and work as a full-time employee in Japan. Please feel…

After Nintendo Won, What Happened to MariCar?

After Nintendo won a lawsuit against MariCar, which allowed people to drive around the streets of Tokyo wearing costumes as if they were characters from Nintendo’s popular video game Mario Kart, what exactly happened to MariCar? Due to the ruling, some worried that MariCar would cease to exist, but the company found a way to…

The Otaku Paradise in the New Shibuya PARCO 2019

by Zoria Petkoska At the beginning of 2019, Tokyoites were surprised and delighted by art from the cult classic Akira appearing on construction fences in Shibuya. The art seemed deliberate, and it was not graffiti, which made otakus even more curious as to who was behind this. This is because graffiti is illegal and very…

New ANA and JAL Flights from Haneda to the U.S.!

When it comes to the airports that serve Tokyo, people tend to be very vocal about their preferences. Among tourists, the general consensus is that Haneda is the better airport simply because of its proximity to central Tokyo. Narita has its merits, particularly when considering where you live or are staying, and the convenience of…
golden-gai

Guide to Shinjuku Bar District – Welcome to Golden Gai!

You have walked a long day through Tokyo to discover some of the major gems this beautiful city has to offer and you are still thirsty for more? Why not head to Shinjuku Golden Gai, one of Tokyo’s legendary bar streets. Short History View this post on Instagram A post shared by BunnyTokyo 🐰♥️ Hop…

Make No Mistake About It: The IOC Is Not The Hero of This Story

by Martin Danker Against Tokyo’s objections, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) made its final decision, and the consensus is simple: the IOC and Tokyo’s governor Koike Yuriko are both losers. What decision was this exactly? Well, the marathon and race walking events during the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics will take place in the city of…