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A Taste of Retro Tokyo! Rose Viewing on the Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line)!

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The Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line) - also simply called the Toden - is a streetcar managed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation. This train runs parallel to regular vehicle traffic in some sections, a unique and unusual sight now rarely seen in Tokyo. Because of the many cherry blossom sights visible along the railway line, it is popularly nicknamed the Tokyo Sakura Tram. And in fact, along the Toden Electric Railway, you can see not just the cherry blossoms, but also roses in full bloom during spring and autumn. Because of this, it is a popular photography spot. So now, let’s introduce some of the popular Rose Viewing Spots!

Ask the Cards: Popular Tokyo Fortune Teller Reveals Your Horoscope for May!

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Traveling is enormous fun, but sometimes we can't help but feel a little uneasy. What if something happens? Will everything go as planned? We sat down with Luka, a popular fortune teller in the Ginza area, to tackle this uneasiness in a unique way! She shared her insight and words of wisdom for visitors coming to Japan in the month ahead! From places that will resonate with you, to what kinds of food best fit your stars and how you can boost your luck during your stay, Luka reveals what the cards have in store. Follow along for an enigmatic insight or just for fun - that's up to you!

Cozy and Fun: Experience Casual Tokyo at a “Pub Under the Rails”

Ginza Izakaya

When talking about Japanese culture, we think of a lot of things: samurai, geisha, tea, sushi... but no one ever seems to mention izakaya, traditional Japanese pubs. They boast a unique and fun atmosphere, are wonderfully casual, and tickle your taste buds with all sorts of delicacies. Lately, they’ve become a must-see recommendation in guidebooks and travel blogs. There are various types of izakaya all around Japan and today, we want to introduce one unique kind of Japanese pub to you: the one under the train tracks.

Kichijoji – Explore Tokyo’s Top-Rated Stylish Suburb in Half a Day!

Kichijoji Other Sightseeing

Kichijoji is a scenic, atmospheric neighborhood in Tokyo’s west, a mere 25-minute train ride away from the large Shinjuku Station. It’s a wonderful fusion of urban culture and suburban relaxation, home to fashionable department stores and large electronic shops, but also a plethora of small boutiques, cafes, and amazingly delicious restaurants.On top of that, Inokashira Park is the figurative heart of Kichijoji and provides urbanites with plenty of lush nature and fresh air. Let’s talk a walk around the neighborhood and visit Kichijoji’s must-see spots!

Airports in Japan

When thinking about traveling into and out of Japan, the primary method of travel is via airplane. But what many people do not realize is that, with about 100 airports, domestic flights are just as viable to travel across Japan as trains and buses. For foreign visitors, discount campaigns offer reasonable fares while and flying to and from the archipelago has never been more affordable. With the help of a lower yen, a quickly increasing number of tourists, and the development of new routes, tickets to Japan are becoming cheaper in recent years. If you want to maximize your chances of traveling at a low cost, you will need to utilize some of the campaigns that airlines provide.

[MOVIE] A Visit to Robot Restaurant!

Shinjuku Shows

If a neon-filled night of dancing, crazy costumes, and robot battles sounds like your kind of Tokyo dreamland, there's no question that you need to visit Robot Restaurant! I took a look inside one of Shinjuku's most unusual and talked-about theme restaurants to see if it lived up to the hype. The short answer? Absolutely!

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