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Tokyo Midtown in Akasaka: The Five Must-Visit Spots

Roppongi Museums

The popular attractions in Akasaka's Tokyo Midtown are representative of the bustling Japanese metropolis. Besides fancy shops and modern restaurants, there are also lush green spaces to relax in, intriguing museums, and energetic live houses that guarantee for a great time. We've selected the five must-visit spots to fully indulge in the cosmopolitan Midtown atmosphere!

Cheap and Unique - Tokyo's Top 10 Guesthouses to Stay At

Asakusa Youth Hostels

Guesthouses; the fun, cheap version of hotels, preferred by all kinds of adventurers and travelers. Naturally, the hip metropolis of Tokyo does have its very own selection of creative, unique, artsy, and fancy guesthouses to offer. Among this extensive selection, we chose our top 10 spots that stood out for being particularly creative, a great choice for women traveling alone, and more! Let's take a look.

Hachiko: The Legend of Japan’s Most Faithful Dog

Shibuya Landmarks

The legend of the dog known as Hachiko has become known not only in Japan, but across the world. The adorable Akita dog's unwavering loyalty to his owner earned him the nickname, “Chuken Hachiko,” which means “faithful dog Hachiko."

Shinjuku Leisure Guide: the Top Shops in Shinjuku and Kabukicho – and After-Shopping Relaxation!

Shinjuku Fashion Stores

Shinjuku is one of Tokyo’s most famous areas, well known for its skyscraper-rich office town and colorful entertainment district. The heart of all of this is Shinjuku Station, a bustling hub that is among the world’s busiest stations. On top of that, Shinjuku is also one of Tokyo’s premier shopping spots, with numerous bigger and smaller stores handling souvenirs, apparel, accessories, and more. From cheap to expensive, second-hand to international brands, shoppers will have the time of their life in Shinjuku! After an extensive shopping spree, it’s time to relax – worry not, as Shinjuku is also one of Tokyo’s most famous entertainment areas. With our guide to the area’s must-visit spots, you surely won’t get bored.

How to Experience a Baseball Game in Japan

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Did you know that baseball is so popular in Japan that many consider it to be the unofficial national sport? It is played at all levels across the country, and the Nippon Professional Baseball League (NPB) is where just about every Japanese boy dreams of playing.

[MOVIE] Alice in a Labyrinth: Fantasy Dining in Ginza

Ginza Culinary Entertainment

Enter the world of Alice in Wonderland for a one-of-a-kind fantasy dining experience in Tokyo! Eat and drink from an impressive menu of meals, desserts, cocktails, and teas, served by characters including the Mad Hatter and Alice herself!

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