Enter Mazaria, the newest VR arcade in town. Opened on July 12, Bandai Namco’s Ikebukuro reincarnation of the VR Zone in Shinjuku is crazy fun for all ages.
Here are 5 last-minute Golden Week ideas for those of us who have missed the cheap flights, but still want to make full use of the 10-day holiday!
The newly-opened Poop Museum in Yokohama shows just how fun Japan has made something traditionally seen as gross. Read a firsthand report on a day of UNKO!
Only 80 mins from Tokyo, the Matsuda Cherry Blossom Festival offers the chance to see Kawazuzakura, early-blooming cherry blossoms, as early as February.
In my year or so living in China, I discovered a number of Chinese websites which proved indispensable to my sanity. Let me introduce them to you.
Located in one of the centres of nightlife, Roppongi, BURLESQUE Tokyo mixes Japanese underground culture with sexy cabaret and a dash of otaku-ism.
Newly opened in 2017, Ninja Shinjuku is a fun theme restaurant located in west Shinjuku with hidden doors, ninja magic tricks and dishes set on fire.
Located underground in the elegant suburb of Ebisu, LUXIS Aqua Restaurant & Bar is a different kind of themed cafe. I personally rate it a 8/10.
HAGU Cafe in Shinjuku features both hedgehogs and degu. The good thing about it being less known is two-fold: there are less people, and it’s slightly cheaper.
Azabu-Juban has become a well known Sailor Moon real-life location. But did you know another Tokyo spot, Tennouzu Isle, is the model for Mugen Gakuen?