Ginza is one of Tokyo’s most elegant and luxurious districts, and I’m not gonna lie: I love the vibe. Not to mention the great photo ops.
I just finished spending two weeks inside the so-called “closed loop” for the Beijing Winter Paralympics for work, and it was fantastically dystopian.
Only viewable from January to February, the Ashigakubo icicles are any neon lovers’ dream when lit up at night on weekends and holidays.
One of the best things about living in Tokyo is that there is always some artsy stuff popping up somewhere. This time we’re talking about transparent public toilets.
After you’ve cleared the three S’s: scuba, snorkelling and SUP, what else are must-do’s in Okinawa? Read on and find out!
Escape rooms, immersive games and more! If you want to exercise those brain muscles, then look no further than Tokyo Mystery Circus.
Enjoy a barium mocktail and more at the Sanatorium Cafe in Fukuoka, a quirky place themed around medical establishments of the same name.
A three-star hotel with a slightly extravagant feel, Nest Hotel Tokyo Hanzomon ended up being one of the best staycations I’ve had so far.
Private rental gyms in Tokyo are the perfect solution to keep up those gains during a COVID-19 state of emergency. I tried three this time.
Ryogoku (両国) is perhaps best known for sumo. Which begs the question, are there things to do for those who aren’t fans? The answer is yes.