The power spot “Hie-jinja Shrine” is a Japanese shrine full of instagrammable highlights!
Hie-jinja Shrine in Tokyo is a shrine of the traditional Japanese Shinto religion, which is unique to Japan. This shrine has a lot of interesting features and there are many things to see. The “Treasure House” holding treasures of historical … Read more
Eating around spicy curry town Kanda
With more than 400 curry restaurants, Kanda is often called “curry battlefield” or the “sanctuary of Japanese curry”. But curry isn’t just simply curry. There are countless, endless variations, such as Japanese style curry rice, curry bread, curry udon, curry … Read more
Raise your glass! Where locals and gourmets come together for a drink … or two
The densely built-up area “Kanda” is located in close proximity to Tokyo Station and Akihabara. Kanda is known for its unique bar culture. Whether you walk down the main street or if you wander through the countless small alleys – … Read more
Visit an oasis in the city! “Hibiya Park” – a park full of fun events
The scenery of the four seasons seen in “Hibiya Park” – located in the center of Tokyo – is astonishing. Beginning with the cherry blossoms in spring, the dark green of the trees in summer and the colorful autumn leaves … Read more
A visit to “Kitanomaru Garden” – This is where you’ll find your new favorite museum!
There are many wonderful museums in Tokyo. Among them, “Kitanomaru Garden” offers four museums with completely different line-ups. There is something for every taste! Especially the autumn leaves are splendid at “Kitanomaru Garden”! When visiting Tokyo from late November to … Read more
Bookworms welcome! An introduction to the world’s largest book city “Jimbocho”!
If you love books, “Jimbocho” is the place to go! With about 200 bookstores, Jimbocho has a lot to offer. Most of the bookshops sell antique and rare books, however, they also offer a variety of other print media, such … Read more
Combine sightseeing with running – try the Tokyo Imperial Palace running route!
Do you enjoy running? If so, why don’t you try the running route around Tokyo Imperial Palace and make some special memories of your Japan trip? The Imperial Palace running course is suited even for beginners since one lap around … Read more
Must-see illumination spots in Tokyo – Best 3
In winter, the streets of Tokyo turn into a winter wonderland of lights. The beautiful LED decorations that light up trees and buildings are called “illuminations”. Of course, there is no need to say that they are popular dating spots. … Read more
Rent a boat and enjoy the four seasons of “Chidori-ga-fuchi”!
The green road of “Chidori-ga-fuchi” is a 700 meters long promenade along the moat of the Imperial Palace. About 140 cherry trees line the green road. It’s a popular place in spring for “hanami” – cherry blossom viewing. But actually, … Read more