Like those anime shows that you have probably watched, capsule beds are now a reality in Tokyo. Near the Ebisu Station is a capsule hotel that will surely help you calm down after a day’s travel.
Yes, plastic food. The Kitchen Town District has a place dedicated to the art of food replicas, which also offers these in keychains and phone straps for you to bring around.
Grab a traditional Japanese towel – a Tengui – and feel like someone who has lived during ancient Japanese times.
Japanese food is known to be one of the most popular around the planet, and where else can you taste good Japanese food than in Tokyo?
Learn the local culture, some words, and some cooking techniques, and be on your way to bringing home a bit of Japan with you.
Exploring Tokyo is an adventure. With all the innovations and the lights in the city, roaming around Tokyo will never be boring. Add these destinations to spice up your stay in the capital of Japan.
Known as the TokyoGate Bridge it’s also called the Dinosaur Bridge because of its distinct shape. The steel hybrid bridge can withstand an earthquake and carry up to 32,000 vehicles a day.
Book lovers will be in heaven in Jimbocho Book Town. One of the largest secondhand book markets in the world with over 170 bookshops, publishing houses, and literary societies
An oasis of teen pop culture yet still in keeping with traditional Japanese culture, Harajuku finds an even balance between the two.
The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the Emperor of Japan’s Imperial Family residence. The inner grounds of the palace are not open to the public but you can tour the Imperial Palace East Gardens.
The most popular entertainment district in Tokyo is largely composed of a large number of foreigners. The nightlife district offers bars, restaurants and night clubs but also has elegant retail, leisure and residential space, offices and luxury hotels.