See that mouth-watering plate of yellowtail sushi? It cost us less than a buck.
The Idolmaster compels otaku and gamers to get to Shinjuku Station at the crack of dawn for some cool free merch.
Tokyo tour visits locations from Makoto Shinkai’s hit, recreates the food the characters eat, and takes reservations in English.
Mr. Sato takes the plunge and follows the promise of a super-cheap haircut into the unknown.
Declare your love for iconic characters at this temporary Shinjuku store with their elegant jewelry.
The celebrity couple drew attention as they shopped and strolled around the streets of Tokyo this weekend.
With a rotating schedule of models on-site, the bar will be open for a limited time only.
The food service business can be ruthless sometimes.
Groups of three players will team up to battle an Angel in recreation of the fun parts of the heavy-themed fighting robot anime.
This glittering culinary creation is designed to bring luck to purchasers of Japan’s Dream Jumbo Lottery tickets!
Shake Shack has no problem selling its sandwiches in Japan, but it’s decided to give away over a million yen in food anyway.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
Delicious maguro tuna and all-you-can-drink coffee for less than most fast food set meals.
Come for the unlimited beer, stay for the Japanese-style fried chicken (and probably the ramen).
It doesn’t have a star yet, but our research points to this Shinjuku restaurant getting the honor soon.
This may be the best deal ever for fans of beer and shochu sours who’re tight on cash and time.
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
We sent two of our writers out to get ramen, but they almost ended up with criminal records instead.
It’s time to go to Shinjuku Station.
These Christmas carollers appear to be just a little bit Buddhist!