From high fashion to everyday casual, Tokyo has a store to cater to all budgets.
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.
Turning down a job offer can be a tricky balance involving being appropriately polite and making sure that the company will be willing to reconsider you if you apply again. Gaijinpot guides you through this tricky situation and some of the fascinating polite language involved.
Leave with instilled kindness and compassion after praying to the goddess of mercy at the Senso-ji Temple.
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.
Artbar Tokyo combines low-stress painting sessions with wine, appetizers and new friends.
Whether you are an experienced Salsa dancer or just starting out, you can "Mueve Mueve" through the city.
Take a stroll and find downtime minutes away from one of Tokyo’s busiest train hubs