You won’t find a more representative or whimsical interpretation of life in Tokyo.
This glittering culinary creation is designed to bring luck to purchasers of Japan’s Dream Jumbo Lottery tickets!
Can’t decide what’s for lunch? Why not have it all!
Eat like an undead and indulge in a little light cosplay at this limited-time cafe celebrating the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul franchise.
Smooth and slippery noodles are accompanied by some surprising sights.
Start your day with fresh-brewed coffee, fill the afternoon with sightseeing, and end it with delicious sake.
From elegant gardens to stoic shrines and museums of fine art, Tokyo is full of places to stimulate the mind, soothe the soul, and please the senses.
Shibuya may not be the cleanest neighborhood in Tokyo, but even for this part of town, this is shocking.
You’ll definitely want to give some of these a try on your next culinary adventure to the city!
Family restaurant chain Olive Hill offers up a whopping 10 pizza varieties as part of their eat-until-you-drop lunch special.
Or grilled fish, if you’re in the mood for something healthier.
Starbucks and coffee nuts alike shouldn’t miss out on this unique, luxurious method of coffee preparation.
Dramatic scenes were captured on film today as specialist teams and truckloads of equipment were sent to the busy station in Tokyo.
Moulded by hand by a sushi chef in front of you at the counter, this impressive selection is the type of special locals usually keep a secret to themselves.
Nintendo is suing a go-kart and costume rental business for infringing on their Mario Kart copyright.
From modern art to classic Noh, with world-class shopping and dining to boot. Let’s take a look!
There’s no easier or more appropriate place to cosplay as some of the greatest heroes of the anime and manga world.
The well-known duo take us on a spectacular journey to some of Japan’s most famous sites, complete with some gorgeous Sailor Moon cosplay.
We found one of our favorite things in one of the last places we expected it to be.
Seiji Nakazawa, our Osaka-raised correspondent, shares what he thinks the region-based criteria are for ikemen in Japan’s two major cites.