These beautiful scaled dioramas let you walk the streets of Tokyo or Hiroshima again and again.
Glass-domed rooms grace five-story atrium.
A special art exhibition dedicated to important people in the life of poet and painter Yumeji Takehisa (1884-1934) is currently underway in Tokyo.
Let your smartphone take the guesswork out of finding your way around Shinjuku and Tokyo Stations.
Next weekend, handsome versions of some of Japan’s most prominent historical military figures will grace the stage in Asakusa for an interactive, foreigner-friendly show!
Glossy postcards of today have nothing on these atmospheric images.
Author Victor Hugo once said, “Virtue has a veil, vice a mask,” but what if Japanese, contemporary, and fetish masks are your vice? You’ll want to check out Tokyo Mask Festival Vol. 2!
Commuter train with special heart-motif straps and box seats starts service in time for Valentine’s Day.
Sailor Moon fans can look forward to an exciting treat in the coming months — an art exhibit in the fashionable Roppongi district of Tokyo!
If you work in an urban hub like Tokyo, you can pretty much forget about seeing everyday countryside sights like rice paddies and plump red tomatoes. That is, unless you work here…
Is Tokyo restaurant’s new menu item a culinary dream come true, or do two rights make a wrong?
Stroll through hidden alleyways filled with lights and lanterns in this beautiful homage to the night in Tokyo.
Japanese vending machines always get lavished with attention but now it’s time for their trash cans to step into the spotlight.
Baby King Kitchen is a restaurant that wants to make adults feel like kids again. Is it just a happy meal pipe dream, or a trip down memory lane?
It seems controversy over the new National Stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics isn’t over yet.
Twitter users claim that after a recent snowfall Tokyoites were greeted by eight times as many Hachikos as usual. But is it a loyal doggy miracle, or just an adorable bit of photo editing?
Because sometimes people suck.
Finally! You no longer have to let language barriers keep you from lying to random girls you meet on the street of a foreign land.
Drunken revellers, rejoice! This festive season you can snooze past your train stop all you like—the rescue bus has got you covered!
You may not think of kimono when you think of Harajuku fashion, but department store Laforet is looking to change all that with a limited-time event!