If you're looking for a nice weekend activity, why not go on a coffee walk with a friend or a good book. In this up and coming town nicknamed "coffee town" because of all its local and international coffee shops, you will find all the delicious coffee your heart desires! Why not go on a coffee shop hop and make the best out of your weekend!
Suntory is a very large brewing and distilling company group in Japan. Famous for its many excellent whiskey brands, Suntory has made open to the public 2 of its 3 distilleries. If you are interested in whiskey and in actually visiting the facilities rich in history and tradition, this article may be of good help!
Analog Cafe in Tokyo is a nice place to come in for a bite and a great coffee. Although their shops are in busy areas of Tokyo, the atmosphere is really chill and laid-back.
What is ever your dream to visit an island overrun by animals, then you should definitely visit Aoshima Island in Ehime prefecture! This island has more cats than humans and you can hang out with them for a day! Better than a cat cafe, right?
Although they are mainly a clothing brand and a surf shop, Saturdays Surf Tokyo also has an espresso bar and a beautiful wooden terrace. It'll make you feel like you're in on one of Tokyo's best-kept secrets.
Golden Gai is without a doubt the most famous collection of Yokocho alleys in Japan. Despite being in Shinjuku, one of the main business districts of Tokyo, the area has resisted modernization and has now become an extremely popular spot for drinking and exploring an old-fashion townscape. Here's more on this wondrous, charming place!
Akihabara is a unique place for its amazing concentration of video game stores, idol goods, gadgets stores, and many more things of the otaku culture. You may find yourself spending hours exploring the area. But where should you go to eat? If you have a craving for okonomiyaki, a type of Japanese savory pancake, here is where you should go! Many of the restaurants are across the bridge of the Kanda River to the south of Akihabara Station.
If you want squid when in Tokyo head to squid institution, Ika Center. Serving up Tokyo's most delicious deep-fried squid, grilled squid, squid sashimi and more, Ika Center promises you a night of awesome food and a real Japanese seafood experience.
From September 1st, Starbucks is releasing a new line of frappuccinos and teas a limited time. The first one in the line up is the is the Grapy Grape & Tea Jelly Frappuccino®, a cool combination of fruit and tea jelly! Find out more...
If you are visiting Akihabara, here's a place you might want to visit: it's called the Gundam Cafe. Most anime fans will probably know it, for it's one of the most popular anime series in the world. The Gundam series feature robot warriors that have become iconic of the genre. Here's more on the only official Gundam Cafe!
If you're craving delicious French bread in Tokyo, you need to stop by Viron. There is even a lovely and authentic French bistro on the second floor. It's a nice place to stop by at any time of the day. By yourself or with friends, you can have some delicious food!
At the heart of Tokyo is Shibuya, a ward you will end visiting many times for eating, going out, exploring. While you're in the area, here are the best, must-visit French Restaurants in Shibuya. The restaurants are ranked from most affordable to most expensive.
Nippori Station is in an area that is really interesting to visit. It's been really gaining in popularity for the past few years with tourists and Japanese people looking to get a feel of an old Tokyo neighboorhood atmosphere. If you are near Nippori Station and would like to have drinks and food at good, friendly neighborhood izakayas, here's where you should go!
The Alley Lujiaoxiang already has a tea stand in Omotesando, and now has just opened its second store in Shibuya on August 26th!
Ebisu is a wonderful neighborhood to spend the day, you can find any kind of delicious food you can dream of. From large and lively restos to small and intimate restos, you can find all of it here! How about some awesome Mexican food in Ebisu? Let's try the following restos!
Nippori Fabric Town: Find Cheap, Quality Textiles In This Historical Tokyo District Near Nippori Station!
Nippori Fabric Town is yet another outstanding area near the Yanaka district. It consists of a 1-km shopping street of stores selling textile and related products. If you love making your own clothes, curtains or any thing made of textile, Nippori Fabric Town will be really exciting to visit! If textile is not your thing, you still might find it interesting to tour the unique historical district. Read on for more information about the area.
During the day it's a vintage and elegant cafe, and at night it's a dark and sexy absinthe bar. This place is great to try out with friends or a date at any time of the day. Try out Coffee Tram/Bar Tram in Ebisu, Tokyo!
Nippori Station is located in Taito-ku, an old working-class neighborhood of Tokyo. Lately, it's been really gaining in popularity because of a renewed interest in Tokyo's old-fashion town-scape and traditional way of life. You'll see many beautiful old wooden houses along charming mom and pop stores. An interesting thing to do there is to go around the cafes in the area. Most of them retain the quaintness of the area yet are tastefully renovated and offer very original quality products. Here are 5 cafes you should try out!
Have you ever thought of eating a slice of pizza as big as a person's face? In spite of the size, the price of that pizza is decent and you'll feel full after one slice. Most of all, it's New York style pizza! Feeling hungry now?
Sometimes you just wish you could get away from Tokyo's bustling energy just for an afternoon. At Bondi Cafe, you will feel like you are at a beach style cafe. You can come in for some ethnic food, and some refreshing smoothies or even an acai bowl to reenergize. You'll be glad you stopped by!