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.
I was finally able to cross off two spots in Yamagata Prefecture long on my bucket list: Ginzan Onsen and the snow monsters of Mt. Zao.
With Tokyo under another state of emergency, I thought I would share some inspirational quotes from 10 books that I think about all the time.
If you like birds, then you must check out Kotori Cafe Ueno (ことりカフェ上野本店), which features dozens of small birds to enjoy afternoon tea with.
Located 50m below ground, the G-cans is one of the largest underground drains in the world. Its main tank resembles a futuristic temple.
I recently discovered that Hooters Ginza serves lunch specials. Since it’s located near my office, I decided to try it out. For science.
Mr. kanso is a quirky canned food bar chain with around 50 locations across Japan and Taiwan. I visited one to check out the unusual concept.
Hiking Happo Pond is a breathtaking experience that should be on the bucket list of any nature lover or photographer. Here’s what to expect.
In the quiet suburbs of Saitama Prefecture, an abandoned konbini has charmed explorers for its Ghibli-like vibes. And for good reason.
Tokorozawa Sakura Town and teamLab have added the cool factor to Saitama Prefecture. Here are some highlights of this photogenic complex!