Kashiwaya Ryokan offers a foreigner-friendly yet authentic onsen experience within toe-dipping distance of central Tokyo.
By Rebecca Quin on March 16, 2016
Interested in founding a startup, looking to develop an idea or want to know more about the Cleanweb movement and how you can make a difference? Japan’s first ever bilingual Cleanweb Hackathon is coming to Tokyo and Kyoto.
By Rebecca Quin on March 14, 2016
You’re supposed to register at your city hall within two weeks of arriving. Use this quick guide to get your official life in Japan started.
By Rebecca Quin on March 2, 2016
What’s dating like in Japan for foreign women? A group of gals got together to discuss the highs and lows of the Japanese dating scene
By Rebecca Quin on August 29, 2015
If don’t want to see your favorite old sweater burning in a landfill, check out these options for recycling old clothes in Tokyo
By Rebecca Quin on August 20, 2015
Enjoy one of Japan’s biggest outdoor dance festivals on the streets of Yokohama this summer.
By Rebecca Quin on July 17, 2015
Playing soccer while wearing a giant, inflatable bubble? Welcome to the crazy world of Bubble Soccer Tokyo
By Rebecca Quin on July 15, 2015
Experience Tokyo through the ages at this fun and interactive museum
By Rebecca Quin on June 26, 2015
Made-from-scratch American-style meats for only one more week – get it while you can!
By Rebecca Quin on June 23, 2015
Feel like a kid again at Japan’s biggest international toy show happening this weekend at Tokyo Big Sight.
By Rebecca Quin on June 19, 2015
Look good and support a worthy cause at the same time with Gekka clothing and accessories, an Osaka-based group of artists on a mission to change the world
By Rebecca Quin on June 17, 2015
Maishoku is a fully bilingual online food delivery service that lets you order from more than 250 restaurants for a fast, convenient and well-balanced meal.
By Rebecca Quin on June 13, 2015
In a city of 24-hour noise and neon, there’s a place that time, and Tokyo, forgot. Get lost among the charming Edo temples, pre-war alleyways and lazy cats of Yanaka’s old quarter.