This game-changing startup connects tourists to locals eager to guide foreigners around Japan with customized tours.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on November 2, 2017
Hotel Uno Ueno is the latest in Tokyo’s hybrid accommodations that combine the affordability and sociability of a hostel with the upgraded design and amenities of a hotel.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on October 30, 2017
Looking for something a little bit different to do in Tokyo? Watching horse racing is one of the country’s most popular pastimes — find out why with a fun-filled day at the Tokyo Racecourse.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on October 19, 2017
Let staff guide you through the best of what Okinawa has to offer at Estinate Hotel, where it’s sun, sea and spontaneity all year round.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on September 28, 2017
The second Spartan Race to be held in Japan is happening in October and there are still spots available. Are you up for it?
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on September 20, 2017
GaijinPot is collaborating with Japan’s leading Wi-Fi provider to offer free individual internet access to tourists in a month-long Instagram contest! Here are some of the best entries so far.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on September 9, 2017
And it’s not just because of the free beer.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on August 31, 2017
How does that phrase go? Only in Japan.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on August 1, 2017
Only have one day to spare in Tokyo? Experience the city like a local with this immersive itinerary for Suginami Ward — and prepare to forget everything you thought you knew about Japan.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on June 30, 2017
In Japan, all roads lead to Nihonbashi — so what to do when you get there? Here are eight unconventional ideas to get you started.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on June 13, 2017
Make the most of a day in Tokyo’s “Electric Town” with this whirlwind itinerary of geeky shrines, electronics shopping, arcades, maid cafés and extreme ramen.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on June 5, 2017
This picturesque ryokan in the mountains of Nagano looks like something from a fantasy travel magazine. Good news: It’s real and the owner wants you to come and discover it.