No matter how many times you visit Tokyo, Japan, Harajuku is always one of the best places to explore. Why? Harajuku is the most trendy place in all Tokyo, maybe even Japan! From the most classic to the most trendy, here is a list of things to do in Harajuku!
Sometimes you crave really sweet desserts right? Japanese desserts may not be sweet enough for some people, so here is an article introducing famous American dessert shops that are located in Tokyo!
NAMJA TOWN is an amazing indoor theme park in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Ikebukuro is a touristic city full of attractions, and this theme park is one of the spots you must visit. They offer tasty food and exciting attractions to try! It is suitable for family, couples, or friends!
Have you tried the world famous super fluffy pancakes? They're fluffy and delicious like a dream, yet still light. Theses Instaworthy pancakes are a must-try in Tokyo. Here are the best places to have them!
The land of rice? Think boulangerie instead! If you've ever been to Japan you've probably encountered the "Japanese Bakery" serving up delicious treats, usually located around train stations and pretty much anywhere people go. Here are 6 Japanese bakeries worth a visit in Tokyo!
Sometimes you just want some sweets, in fact all the sweets!! For those of you with a sweet tooth, this is sure to fill you sugar craving. Be sure to try these all-you-can-eat restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Because sometimes a sweets buffet is really all you need!
Coisof, a delicious ice cream shop which specializes in super rich soft-serve ice cream is right on Takeshita Street in Harajuku. There is a new product now available, the "Strawberry coi Shake", which is available from April 14, 2018! To celebrate the launch, if you purchase a "Coi shake" and a "coi soft" at the same time, you will get a mega topping for a limited time.
Aminchi in Setagaya is an inviting cafe with exquisite desserts where you can spend a delicious and relaxing afternoon. It's great to go with a friend or even a date. You'll like it so much, you might even make it a Sunday tradition!