9 Sweets Shops in Ginza That Will Surely Satiate Your Sugar Cravings

The district of Ginza (銀座) started as a center for minting silver coins during the Edo period (江戸時代) and is named after the word “gin (銀),” which means “silver” in Japanese. After the Great Kanto earthquake (関東大震災) of 1923, Ginza was modernized and became the nation’s most glamorous avenue for high-end shopping and art. The…

Check Out GINZA PLACE, the Latest Posh Shopping Complex in Tokyo!

If you’re looking for the best shopping and entertainment district in Japan, Ginza (銀座) is definitely the place to be. Besides featuring the latest brands in fashion, it also boasts stylish boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs, and cafes. And this time, it has recently introduced a new kid on its glitzy block called the GINZA…

Too Pretty To Eat? Get a Taste of Tokyo’s Floral Desserts!

Japan is famous for always keeping up with the latest dining trends. The latest fad in Tokyo is a taste for fancy edible flower desserts. If you happen to be near Tokyo station, make it a point to visit Havaro for their famous Bavarian Cream Desserts that look way too pretty to eat! Havaro View…

Check Out This Stylish and Original Hawaiian Cafe in Tokyo

If you’re in Japan craving real Hawaiian food, there’s no need to actually go to Hawaii anymore. A cafe called Guy & Jo’s Hawaiian Style Cafe has opened in March 2016, and it serves real Hawaiian dishes in a chic environment with quality service! The restaurant is located on the 10th floor of Tokyu Plaza…

Come See Geisha Perform in Tokyo at Shimbashi Enbujo’s Azuma Odori!

Japan is full of traditional attractions and performances despite the many changes that have happened over the years. Remaining true to its roots ever since, tradition still plays a large part in Japanese culture. It is also considered one of the reasons why foreign tourists would like to come over to Japan to experience that…

Have A Meal in Yakitori Alley: A Dining Place Tucked Under the Train Tracks

Ginza is not only a shopping district but is also famous for its numerous dining and entertainment options. If you’re in the area and are looking for a lovely evening meal of grilled food and beer, the Yakitori Alley would be a perfect choice. Similar to Shinjuku’s famous Omoide Yokocho, it is probably one of…

Grab Your Chance to Discover Japan’s Original Shoebox Apartments!

In the middle of the 20th century, many architects in Japan started experimenting with unique styles of architecture. They tried to create new habitats for the brave new world. In the process, they had to tear the bonds of architectural traditions, which seen as a movement emblematic of Japan’s post-war cultural resurgence. One of the…