Tokyo Weekender’s guide to the best events, activities and things to do in Tokyo, from local art and music to big happenings.
An informal guide to wandering the streets of Tokyo, a metropolis that remains elusive and unknowable by nature.
We’ve found you three sleek and calm museums that showcase Japanese art, to which we have associated equally soothing cafés.
Join us on our Love Hotel Hill Walking Tour and explore the interesting alleys, delicious food, drink and little extra something that make it so unique.
The latest from Shibuya and its trendy extensions of Omotesando, Harajuku and beyond
Our roundup of the best photo spots of the Shibuya Crossing. Up high, down low and don’t be slow when you’re crossing it!
Discover the vibrant Shinjuku area of Tokyo, famous for its entertainment, shopping, business, nightlife, and having the world’s busiest railway station.
New cafes, limited edition luxury sweets, and IKEA Shinjuku grand opening taking the spotlight in Shinjuku this month. At the same time, museums stay closed
Of course, cherry blossoms are literally on the menu this month, whether you eat them or eat under them - or both at the same time. What’s new in Shinjuku
See what’s new in Roppongi, including two specialist pop-up stores, a new collection-and-delivery app, a soft reopening of the Mori Art Museum and more.
Tokyo One Day Itinerary: Roppongi Area with Kids. Roppongi is filled with museums, shops, restaurants and cafes. Bucket list for families visitng Roppoing
For decades, Roppongi has been one of Tokyo’s most popular entertainment districts for international visitors, and continues to reinvent itself.