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Explore the pulsating side streets of this neighborhood just a few stops from Shinjuku station
The cherry blossoms signal rebirth and new beginnings, and when Japanese people witness the first flushes of pink in parks and on tree-lined boulevards areas they know that the cold, dark days of winter are almost over.
Japan is home to some of the world’s best skincare and beauty products, many of which can be found easily at everyday chain stores and conbini.
As you pass through the massive Shiba Daimon, you can imagine being transported to the Japan of old, with the historic Zojoji temple lying just beyond.
Sento, or communal public bathhouses, offer a similar experience to onsen in the heart of the city—though the former is a distinctly urban experience.
When people think of Japan, they invariably think of its traditional garment: the kimono.
Whether they’re scary, cute, or retro-geek—here are five unique spots to try on your visit for some unexpected dining experiences.
It’s definitely worth a visit to any of the major department stores for this extrasensory experience.
Odaiba on the other side of Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge is an island of food and fun with the added perk of great views of the city.