Nakano Broadway is a paradise for lovers of anime and manga that is less visited than the busy streets of Akihabara, but no less rich in..
Experiencing authentic traditional Japanese cuisine is something everyone will want to do when visiting Japan. Every cramped street and..
Though it was formerly rejected by foreigners for being “too Western,” the high-end shopping center of Ginza is now a popular place to..
When most people think of Japan, they most likely don’t think of Christmas. But Japan loves events, and Christmas has been added to the..
Odaiba is a shopping and leisure area built atop artificial islands in Tokyo Bay. It has great wheelchair accessibility including many..
Around 10 minutes from the Kichijoji Station in Tokyo, a specialty store has opened up dealing in art made entirely by disabled artists..
Known as a center for youth fashion and culture, Shibuya is a popular shopping and entertainment area that is full of lights, shopping,..
Akihabara, or Akiba, has gained worldwide recognition as the heart of Japan’s high-tech and otaku (ie nerd/geek) culture. Almost everyone..
Sandwiched between Shinjuku and Shibuya, Harajuku is a great place to see youth culture up close. Named after the area around Harakuju..