If you're planning a trip to Tokyo why not plan a day trip to Odaiba on Tokyo Bay! If you've never been you might be quite surprised to find a small Statue of Liberty, an indoor theme park and a plethora of fine dining restaurants. There's plenty to do in Odaiba, including going for a swim or just chilling near the man-made beach.
If you are near the Hamamatsu-cho Station in Minato-ku, Tokyo, and are craving Thai food, Roi Khon is the place you must go to!
Thai food is so flavorful and has such a complex flavor profile. Tom Yum soup is like a warm hug on a cold winter day, and fresh spring rolls and beer can be so refreshing on a hot summer day. Whatever the season, or even the occasion, Thai food is always my go-to! These restaurants are the best and most authentic Thai restaurants in Tokyo.
Nouvelle Ethnique ATHA is an Asian restaurant near Ebisu station in Tokyo. You can experience its unique "French-inspired" Asian dishes. Can you imagine what they are like? Here are the popular menu items you might be interested in!
Sangenjaya is a really fashionable neighborhood with loads of cafes, restos, second-hand shops and bars. It's a really nice place to take a stroll and try different types of cuisines. From burgers to Chinese and Thai cuisine, you can find any kind of food you like, in a fun and welcoming setting!
This is the Ultimate Food and Adventure Travel Guide for Minakami, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. If you're looking for something f to do in Japan that's outside of the usual travel itineraries, this is it! Read on to discover what Minakami has to offer!
Asagaya is one stop away from hip Koenji on the Chuo line, and a few stops before Kichijoji on the same line. It is surrounded by cool neighborhoods, but is still an understated fun place to visit. It's developping quickly and has a lot of nice fun and small bars and restos. You need to stop by if you love international cuisine in an unpretentious setting.
Monsoon Cafe is a great place to have cheap Ethnic food in a refined, yet laid-back atmosphere. Have a drink, have a bite, chill with some friends.
Kichijoji might not be well-known by those by travelling through Tokyo, but it is a favourite for Japanese!! It is was voted last year the most popular neighbourhood to live in in Tokyo. Why you may ask? Because you can get downtown (Shinjuku/Shibuya) with an express train in less than 20 minutes, but it is recluded enough to be calm. There is a huge and beautiful park, all the types of cuisines you can think of, plenty of small and cute cafes, good places to go shopping no matter your taste. In other words, you need to see it for yourself! You can easily spend the day there blissfully hopping from one store to another.