Kappabashi Dougu Street, also known as Tokyo’s “Kitchen Town” conveniently sits between crown-magnets of Ueno and Asakusa. Not only is this street valuable for restaurant operators, it’s a great destination for souvenir-hungry tourists!
Ginza is a popular shopping area of Tokyo, recognized as one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world.
When you visit Ginza you will see many internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops. Among them we highly recommend to visit Itoya Stationery where you will find not only stationery goods but a perfect gift for all ages and occasions and a place to relax.
Furoshiki is Japan’s historic cloth that is the epitome of the three Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). Read about its eco-friendly convenience and trendiness with special guest – Tappy!
Japan doesn’t hold back with winter illuminations. Experience a sea of lights at Hakkeijima’s Night Aquarium Paradise!
We are back with the second part of Saitama Railway Museum. Thank you so much for your patience. This time we will show you sections that makes this museum so special.
When you travel in Japan, it is impossible to avoid using train (because it can take you literally anywhere in the country).
But still, isn’t it boring to just ride on train? Since Japan is a country with possibly the most advanced transportation system, tons of rich history lie behind it.
“En Japanese Natural Store” bringing you local products from every corner in Japan