In late November a four-day festival of music, food, fashion, and culture will be held, and anyone with a foreign passport will get some VIP treatment.
We investigate this creepy looking candy store only to find that it might just be the sweetest place in all of Tokyo.
Carnivorous cuisine in Kanda.
Conveniently located Akihabara salon offers wide range of anime-style colorings, keeps otaku looking good while shopping for merch.
Ever wanted to own a piece of Tokyo real estate? Now a tiny piece of the megalopolis can be yours, thanks to this Japanese company.
Once again, our Japanese-language reporters ride along a razor-thin line of reasoning and derail right into a valuable life lesson.
Mr. Sato tracks down a rice omelet unlike any he had ever seen before at a small French cafe in Tokyo’s Koenji.
Limited-time eatery to open this week in trendy Shibuya neighborhood.
With four delicious flavours on offer, this is the sweetest deal around town.
If you’re hungry, strapped for cash, and/or indecisive, this Akihabara restaurant is for you.
All-you-can-drink beer costs just 600 yen (US$5.80), which will barely get you a single glass in many other Tokyo restaurants.
Think you’ve got what it takes to solve this sprawling puzzle?
The makers of Final Fantasy are also now the makers of awesome burgers and cake at this Akihabara restaurant and gift shop.
Survey suggests that east Japan and west Japan interpret the common invitation response in almost entirely opposite ways.
It turns out Tokyo’s most convenient airport is also its most awesome for Pokémon Trainers.
Because geisha and warriors are passé, we went to a photo shoot to look like figures of Hollywood’s golden age.
The famous delicacy from Toyama Prefecture is now one of the most sought after sweets in the heart of Tokyo!
Using the amenities at this bookshop cafe means pulling back a shelf of books like a character from a spy movie.
Looks like this Shinjuku eatery is a boys’ night out option after all.
And yes, that is a milkshake with pretzels and potato chips.