This expat shows us why she loves her 8 square-metre (86 square-foot) living space in Japan’s crowded capital.
Meet an odd couple of hard-working felines in Tokyo.
We pay a midnight visit to this central Tokyo hill where rumor holds a ghost sobs in the dead of night.
We take a ride on this new travel alternative to the Shinkansen bullet train.
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If you’re an anime fan planning to make a pilgrimage to the real-life inspiration for Your Name’s location, your bus has arrived.
Now you can get your flying fish soup stock at any time of the day or night in Japan’s capital.
This may be the best deal ever for fans of beer and shochu sours who’re tight on cash and time.
Whether you’re a backpacker looking to clean yourself up or just want to experience this aspect of traditional Japanese culture, hundreds of options are at your fingertips.
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
Calling all indie bands in Tokyo – this could be your big break!
If you can afford this luxury lucky sushi roll, how much luck do you really need?
We try out an exquisite gilded sushi roll, inexplicably packaged in cheap plastic.
New pricing system makes some taxi rides over 40 percent less expensive than they used to be.
If you’re out enjoying the fantasies and frills, don’t forget that they come at a very real price.
The all-expenses paid trip will take foreign visitors to sites in Tokyo and Gifu Prefecture that feature in the hit animated film.
For decades, locals have said a woman’s ghost appears in the park at night, and our visit ended with frightening female fury.
Sometimes it pays to look intimidating.
This place will make you feel like you’ve been whisked away into a mystical story world.