Originally from the UK, Rebecca first came to Tokyo for what was supposed to be a short stint adventuring in Asia. Four years on and she’s still living the dream — which sometimes involves being dressed as a giraffe.
Missed the sumo tournament? Don’t worry, there’s an even better way to experience sumo (and it’s free).
Including the history, guide maps, itineraries, and what to see, do and eat along the Iseji Route.
The fifth Starbucks Reserve Roastery has landed in Nakameguro — just in time for cherry blossom season.
As a recent victim of an unsolicited scrotum pic, I can confirm this.
Virtual Assist Japan is the service I didn’t know I needed, until it made my life 100 times better.
Finding an affordable, spacious and beautifully-designed apartment in Tokyo is easy. Said no one ever. The social apartment is here to change that.
How do you go from washing up on a boat to brainstorming in Steve Jobs’ garage to working with MoMA and Virgin? We sat down with designer Keisuke Unosawa to find out.
Have you ever heard of Hokkaido? Japan’s final frontier, this northern island is becoming an increasingly popular destination for international travelers. But what’s it like to travel there?
From fluffy pets to rumbas to fake friends, there's a lot up for hire.
When matcha KitKats won’t make the grade, it’s time to up your souvenir game (and buy yourself something in the meantime).