Museums, parks, restaurants, cultural events, and historic sites are just a few of the many attractions Tokyo has to offer. I want to introduce you to the heart of Japan by writing about ways to discover the culture and people beyond the tourist spots.
Beat the cold dry Japanese winters with these magical bath powders.
Rikugien’s breathtaking fall colors may be ephemeral, but the memory of a visit is guaranteed not to be.
A night of Kabuki Theater for less than the price of a movie ticket.
Now all you have to figure out is which button to push on your washing machine.
For a unique sightseeing experience, the Arakawa Line streetcars are fun way to see a different side of Tokyo.
The ¥100 store will be your best friend when you first start living in Japan.