You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
Even with three station attendants shoving passengers in to pack them like sardines, this guy remains cool as a cucumber.
Change your pocketfull of change into a fistfuls of cool souvenirs from your trip to Japan.
But the situation might not be as bad as it sounds.
There’s just something about seeing your favorite anime movie scenes take the form of delicious food that makes you want to go back again and again.
There’re a lot of reasons to want to visit Shinjuku Kakekomi Gyoza, but their importance goes even beyond the vast range of savory dumplings.
The magical rides include mysterious “invisible” ghosts chasing the carriage, which can be seen by passers-by.
Diners get to sit in the old bathtubs while enjoying their meals.
Come for the fried food and alcohol, stay for the traditional Japanese winter comfort cuisine.
And yes, you can have them on Tuesday.
There’s a fine line between having enough Japanese touches to feel authentic, and having so many it starts to feel fake.
Like Hogwart’s Express, a new Japanese train is now getting its very own mysterious in-between platform.
If you want to see the Tokyo landmark in its current form, go now.
If you like to eat or drink, you owe yourself a trip here.
Court victory gives new meaning to the phrase “embarrassment of riches.”
Sure, Diesel can make a nice pair of jeans, but can it handle curry and deep-fried ham?
But could the sudden farewell have a silver lining?
German automaker offers two kinds of noodles at Tokyo showroom restaurant.
Now there are two Michelin-starred ramen restaurants in the capital, and we lined up to try the signature dish from the latest award-winning eatery.
New Tokyo “art exhibition” showcasing women’s thighs just in time for Christmas.