Whether you use film, digital or even just your phone, Tokyo is a paradise for street photographers. Here are some of the best spots to get great shots.
The undying Pokémon-fever knows no boundaries! The media franchise, which is already the highest-grossing in history, has opened the doors of their first permanent Pokémon Cafe near Tokyo Station. Fan or not, it's worth a visit!
How about going to a public bath at 4 in the morning? Or hanging out with locals outside the mainstream neighborhoods? Perhaps bowling until dawn? Check out these fun tips to enjoy Tokyo's nightlife like a local!
Asakusa is full of things to do! Temples, shops, festivals. And you can do it all on foot! While you walk around, why not have a quick stop and get yourself some cheap tempura? Perfect!
From super high-end to themed restaurants, Tokyo has it all. How about trying foods that look like a flower bouquet, eating inside a temari ball and meeting the star of a documentary? Take your pick!
If you can't get enough of your furry friend's company, you can bring them with you to these cafes in Tokyo! Woof woof!
Kaitenzushi, literally translates as "rotation sushi", was created in Japan in the 60's and is still very popular after decades. Here is a selection of awesome conveyor belt restaurants in Shinjuku.
New Year is a killer season in Japan. The reason? Death by Mochi.
As its name obviously states, a rice cooker cooks rice. But did you know you can make an array of dishes using this amazing kitchen appliance?
Kobe is worldly famous for its delicious beef. We ranked the best shabu shabu restaurants, from high end to cheap! Take your pick!