Did you know that there are festivals where people get to interact with African culture in Japan? You will be stunned with its welcoming and festive atmosphere! Here's how we enjoyed African Festival in Shinjuku Chuo Park that was held on July 15th to 17th, 2017!
Kazurazaka Matsuri takes place in Kagurazaka, Tokyo, from July 23th to 27th, 2019! This festival is filled with good food and a traditional dance called Awaodori! For those who are curious what this matsuri is about, check out this article!
Shinjuku Gyoen is a fabulous park that extends in both Shinjuku and Shibuya wards, the heart of the most bustling areas of Tokyo. Because of its sheer beauty and its location, the park is a very popular spot to spend the day for both residents of Tokyo and tourists alike. Read on to learn more about this urban gem!
29ON is a meat-lover's paradise! This member-restricted restaurant in Shinjuku offers creative meat courses that are sure to satisfy your cravings and broaden the horizons of your gastronomic world with the chefs' original cuisine!
Do you want to try tsukemen (dipping ramen) in Tokyo? There is one place you should try in Shinjuku, that is a ramen shop called Fuunji whose tsukemen is extremely delicious and popular with all ramen lovers. Here is a guide to read before you visit.
Zoetrope is a must-visit for whisky fans in Tokyo. With over 300 different varieties of Japanese whisky in this cosy and unique bar in the Shinjuku area, you'd be silly not to come here and try Japan's finest whisky available. Read on, then drink on!
4/4 (All) seasons coffee is a coffee shop located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. As there is four seasons in Japan, they deliver coffee that you makes you feel each season! To make your coffee time a little more something special, visit 4/4 Seasons Coffee in Shinjuku, Tokyo!
The meanings of "omoide" 思い出 and "yokocho" 横丁 are respectively memory and back alleys. So Omoide Yokocho is sometimes referred to in English as the "memory lanes" of Shinjuku, Tokyo. Visiting the Omoide Yokocho is among the most interesting to do in Shinjuku. Here's all about Omoide Yokocho!
Menya Hanabi originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and is now very popular in Shinjuku, Tokyo! It is a ramen shop, but what you will get is totally different from a normal ramen. They serve a type of ramen called "Taiwan mazesoba", which is incredibly delicious.