Koharuken is a long-established western-style restaurant that has been active since the Meiji era. Their specialty is the katsudon, rice bowl with deep-fried pork cutlet, egg, and vegetables.
Terunari offers a variety of innovative Japanese and French cuisine. Japanese and wine. French and sake. Enjoy this delicious mixture!
The festival, held at Yoyogi Park, brings together soba noodles from all over Japan. On top of that, you can also taste 100 varieties of sake.
Yes, you read it right! The land of cuteness, Sanrio Puroland, will be invaded by zombies once more on the 5th edition of the "Obaken Zombieland in Sanrio Puroland 2019". Gory stuff!
Following the reveal of Pokemon Detective Pikachu's merchandise, The Pokemon Cafe has announced a limited time menu to commemorate the launch of Pokemon Detective Pikachu in Japan.
After New York, Chicago and Sydney, the Exhibitionism is now in Tokyo bringing selected, historical items, that any Rolling Stones fan must see!
If you're into treasure hunting and collecting unique pieces, Shinagawa Intercity Flea Market is a mine of precious findings!
The Edo-Tokyo Open-air Architectural Museum was established in 1993 by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, displaying various works of architecture relocated from all over Tokyo. The best part? You can see everything from inside the constructions!
Covering an area of 86,000 square meters, the park is the main go-to location during hanami season, but offers incredible beauty all year long. If you're in Kyoto, don't miss it!
Jozankei Onsen is located only an hour away from Sapporo, Hokkaido’s largest city, making it a perfect weekend getaway.