Sunday, December 8, 2019

Shop For Antiques At The Setagaya Boroichi Fair

Do you have a keen eye for antiques? If so, save the date for the Setagaya Boroichi Fair on the 15th and 16th of January, where you can find a wide variety of antiques, arts...

Nihombashi Walkabout

Nihombashi is best explored on foot, and preferably in traditional Japanese garments for a taste of the heart of Edo. Take a virtual tour around Nihombashi with the 26th Chuo City Tourism Ambassador, Ms....

Centuries of Craftsmanship : Haibara

The Write Stuff Now run by the 7th generation owner, this washi (Japanese paper) specialist has been along Nihombashi for over 200 years. The exquisite paper products here will make you feel like rediscovering sensory...

KAMEN RIDER 45th EXHIBITION SHOP

KAMEN RIDER 45th EXHIBITION SHOP will be opened from April 21 to May 9. Place: PARCO MUSEUM (SHIBUYA PARCO Part1/floor3) Address: 15-1,Udagawa-cho,Shibuya-ku,Tokyo Access: 5 minutes walk from Shibuya station

Ikebukuro East Exit: where pop culture thrives

Ikebukuro’s east exit is the perfect spot for everyone – whether you are an anime lover, a passionate shopper or a trendwatcher looking for the next best electronic device – this area will not...

Diary of a Japan Tour Guide: Bartosz in Shibuya

Japan Tour Guide (JTG) is an online portal that aims to match volunteer Japanese guides with visitors coming to Japan. Read about their tours put together for tourists by these friendly local guides in...

Strolling the Shotengai: Musashi-Koyama Palm

Tokyo's Longest Covered Shopping Arcade If you've done any traveling throughout Japan, you've probably come across the close cousin of the traditional shotengai shopping street: the covered shotengai, also known in Japan as the arcade. After...

Jiyugaoka, stylish and yummy

Suburban strolling in sweet Jiyugaoka For stylish and yummy suburban exploring, the leafy neighborhood of Jiyugaoka is the perfect pick. While only 10 minutes away from Shibuya by train, Jiyugaoka is a calm village compared to...

WANTED: Used In Japan Goods

Why tourists are now first in line to bag second-hand branded goods in Japan

Souvenir Vending Machine

Need a last-minute Japanese souvenir but the stores are all closed? Japan has the answer! Just like there are many different vending machines in Japan such as for drinks, snacks and even vegetables there...