Our reporters made pigs of themselves at Marugo, a pork cutlet restaurant featured in the 2016 Tokyo Michelin Guide.
When a reporter for popular social news site BuzzFeed ate at Ramen Jiro recently, Japan’s netizens had plenty to say about it!
These photos of Tokyo are so beautiful it’s hard to believe they’re real!
Ditch the dining room table and sit at a Japanese-style one with a heater, like at this ingenious Tokyo restaurant.
An MC from a Japanese variety show recently visited the prestigious Miss & Mr. Aoyama Contest and discovered some very tough competition.
Explosion occurred at controversial Yasukuni religious site roughly two weeks ago.
Armed with 10,000 yen (roughly US$81), our reporter visited one of Japan’s cheapest used clothing shops. Check out the outfit he assembled!
Come quickly! We’re tasting the (ramen) stars!
Companies collaborating to earn all of the disposable income from 20 and 30-something males in Japan.
Is this the best ramen in the world? The Michelin Guide’s evaluators seem to think so.
20 mouth-watering reasons to check in early for your flight.
No one said the most important meal of the day can’t also be the cheapest.
Did you know that Tokyo has its very own desert? Our reporter went to check it out…
The machines are available at arcades and amusement centers in the “purikura” section and offer over 1,500 designs.
Hello Kitty goes blue collar for her latest job in downtown Tokyo.
Bomb disposal unit finds remnants of suspected incendiary device at shrine for Japanese war dead in Chiyoda Ward.
I’m slightly claustrophobic. So you might wonder why I would volunteer to have myself locked into a small room with a bunch of strangers. The truth is that I can’t resist a puzzle.
This is an escape room, an immersive puzzle-solving experience that will test your lateral thinking skills and problem-solving, and for the first time in Japan, it’s being offered in English and Chinese.
On vacation in Tokyo but feeling a little “lost in translation”? Well, if you’ve got the cash to splash, why not make your Japan experience even more memorable by paying homage to the classic comedy-drama of the same name by staying at the Park Hyatt Hotel, considered by some to be Tokyo’s best luxury hotel.
For those who are extremely fortunate, as one Reddit user recently found, you might even score a fabulous night in the suite used by Bill Murray in the movie.