Each week we showcase some of the incredible deals available at a variety of restaurants, shops and experiences around Tokyo! This week we are excited to introduce exciting deals on things like sushi dinners, dance lessons, WiFi rental, antiques and so much more—available only from Live Japan!!
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Tokyo has some incredible areas for shopping—make your trip even more exciting with these deals below!
◆4G LTE Unlimited WiFi Router Rental◆
Offering SoftBank’s latest 4G LTE pocket Wi-Fi with full, unlimited data usage!
And now, the round-trip shipping fee (1,080 JPY） free campaign is underway! (When renting for over 7 days)
The rental fee is just 480 JPY per day (tax included), or on the monthly plan an amazing 194 JPY a day (tax included)! (When renting for 31 days).
No suspension of service during the rental period no matter how much you use it.
Delivery to the front desk of your hotel. Of course, you can also pick it up from Narita Airport or our offices (Iidabashi Station, Tokyo).
Same day delivery if you apply before 5:00 p.m. weekdays, or 4:00 p.m. on weekends. The fastest delivery is next morning.
A 900MHz platinum band is widely connected throughout Japan for ultra-high-speed Wi-Fi routers, with a maximum download rate of 187.5 Mbps.
Antique Nishikawa Tokyo Shop
We primarily deal in Japanese antiques. You might find that one item that makes your heart flutter.
Antiques that have been treasured and handed down by their owners since times long past. Together with our parent store in Shiga Prefecture, we stock a wealth of items including antique pottery (particularly Imari ware), lacquerware, folding screens, netsuke sculptures that are like their own little galaxies, inro cases, bamboo baskets, furniture, metalwork, cloisonné ware, incense burners, tea paraphernalia, Buddhist art, and old folk craftwork. We can also search for various items requested by customers. Our antiques showcase Japan’s unique customs, traditions, and sense of beauty. We believe that through these items that have enthralled generations, you can come to know the real Japan and its people, and gain a firsthand experience of Japanese beauty. Orders can be made through our website, and we ship overseas. Please stop by and learn about a world of antiques you will not find anywhere else.
Find an antique that fits your tastes perfectly.
The “shiki” in our shop's name is a Japanese word meaning ”four seasons.” As the name implies, we have something for all seasons, including Japanese ceramics such as Imari-yaki, Kutani-yaki, and Satsuma-yaki. We also carry lacquerware, cloisonne ware, metal products, kimono, obi belts, material for kimono accessories, sash clips , ornamental hairpins, vintage accessories, flower baskets, lamps, folding fans, chopsticks, dolls, woodblock prints, hanging scrolls, pictures, vintage bags, zori footwear, Buddha statues, and more.
Our products span from utility goods to interior decorations, which can be enjoyed by all, from casual guests to seasoned collectors.
A shop imbued with the atmosphere of old Japan.
We sell a wide range of antiques such as rare utensils, crafts, tea ceremony bowls, and copperware used by Japanese people of old, and items that are difficult to source in our time, including Chinese, Southeast Asian, Middle Eastern, and South American objet d’art.
If you're looking for toys,figures, figurines, games, or trading cards in Akihabara, be sure to visit us first!
＜Toys＞ Bishoujo figures, “Love Live!”, “Bakemonogatari”, “Hatsune Miku”, “Fate”, “One Piece”, “Dragon Ball”, “Kamen Rider”, “Super Sentai”, “Ultraman”, “Godzilla”, “Gundam”, robots, “Robotech”, American toys, etc.
＜Games＞ Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS Vita, 3DS, etc.
＜Trading Cards＞ “Yu-Gi-Oh!”, “Duel Masters”, “Vanguard”, “Dragon Ball Heroes”, “KanColle Arcade”, and much more.
With 10 locations throughout Japan, this well-established used entertainment shop chain has expanded to Akihabara!
Samsonite Black Label
The “Samsonite Black Label” is a premium product line from Samsonite, the leading company in travel bags over 100 years. The Black Label proudly offers high-performance designs for those wanting quality in life, and those looking to travel in style.
At our flagship in Tokyo, “Samsonite Black Label Ginza,” we offer a diverse lineup of the latest suitcases and business bags. We also offer a wide selection of Japan-limited products for your every need.
While there's so much to see in Tokyo, there are also so many unique and fun experiences you can enjoy as well!
Blue Note Tokyo
A jazz club where you can closely experience live music performed by popular musicians from around the world while enjoying the finest food and drink.
Blue Note Tokyo came to life from its tie-up with the famous jazz club in New York. It was opened on November 28, 1988, along the Minami-Aoyama Antique Street.
Tony Bennett, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, B.B. King, and Natalie Cole…You can have a taste of first-class performances by artists from around the world. Blue Note Tokyo has become the prime jazz spot in Japan, attracting massive crowds of jazz fans, while also reaching out to a wider clientele.
On its 10th anniversary in November 1998, Blue Note Tokyo relocated to a new location near the Antique Street. The new venue now has a seating capacity of 280 people. Since then, many top caliber artists, who perform only in concert halls abroad, have performed on the stage.
In the relaxing environment of Blue Note Tokyo, with a classic interior and modern décor, you can spend a luxurious evening, enjoying the finest music and food. Blue Note Tokyo will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in November 2018.
Kiyosumi Shirakawa Kimono Rentals - Fukagawa Kimono Salon
If you’re interested in renting a kimono, Fukagawa Kimono Salon is the place you want to go. We’ll set you up in a kimono that’s just right for you. There’s nothing quite like slipping on some attractive Japanese garb and experiencing traditional Japanese culture in Kiyosumi Shirakawa/ Fukagawa, where so much castle town flavor endures. A complimentary tea bowl of matcha green tea awaits every customer to our salon. Just make a reservation through our website. In the vicinity, you’ll find Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples, sumo stables, Kiyosumi Tei-en (a magnificent traditional Japanese strolling garden), The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, stylish shops selling a variety of items and confectioners. After traipsing through the area, you might even tarry a moment at Blue Bottle Coffee. With popular areas such as Ginza, Nihonbashi, the Tokyo Imperial Palace area, Tokyo Skytree, the Ryōgoku district's Edo-Tokyo Museum are all within 20 minutes by subway, our location can't be beat. From casual kimono for stylishly strolling about town to formal kimono with their graceful swaying butterfly sleeves, we've got you covered.
Experience Suginami Tokyo
Experience Suginami Tokyo provides sightseeing information on Suginami Ward in Tokyo. Koenji, Asagaya, Ogikubo, and Nishi-Ogikubo—just 10 minutes from Shinjuku, the appeal of this area is definitely its distinctive shopping streets. Unique, independently run restaurants offer a kind of Japanese hospitality not found in Tokyo’s downtown entertainment districts. This area is also packed with the appeal called “Chuo Line Culture” cultivated among various events such as Tokyo Koenji Awa-Odori and Asagaya Tanabata Matsuri Festival, and also among local lives such as antiques, music, anime, used clothing and more. With the catchphrase “Suginami, the extraordinary!” the Chuosen Aruaru Project introduces the everyday charm of this area, not able to experience at major tourist spots, through “sightseeing.”
*We are the group that mainly provides information. Please see organizer websites, etc. for information on events and other details.
395 SPiCE TOKYO
Enjoy the perfect combination of entertaining shows and fabulous five-star meals
Experience the Tokyo Geisha Show with tasty Italian dinner at a luxury restaurant.
Located just 2 minutes walk away from Roppongi Station.
Private Parties are also available up to 70 people.
AKIBA KART YOKOHAMA
Japan’s popular rental go-kart service, Akiba Kart Yokohama. Have a blast dashing through the streets of Yokohama in a go-kart!
Currently these trendy Akiba Karts are considered “mini cars,” so anyone who has a normal driver’s license can drive them on public roads.
Experience a thrilling racecar sensation as you cruise at up to 50 kph, getting a different look at the surrounding scenery from a low, go-kart perspective.
While these karts are small, there presence on the road is huge, so you’ll have no problem being recognized!
Won’t you try zooming through the streets of Yokohama, Minatomirai, Yamashita Park, Chinatown, and Motomachi in a go-kart?
When large groups use our go-karts, everyone can enjoy an electrifying festival-like atmosphere! Recently this is a popular activity for international visitors, who are becoming a big part of our clientele. Be sure to try us out when you come to Yokohama for sightseeing!
Fujima Kanhiroyuki Japanese Traditional Dance School
Try out our classical Japanese dance lessons. The school also offers kimono rental and dressing services.
4-17-7-406, Higashiueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 110-0015
Ueno Station （Hokkaido Shinkansen Line / Tohoku Shinkansen Line / Akita Shinkansen Line / Yamagata Shinkansen Line / Joetsu Shinkansen Line / Hokuriku Shinkansen Line / JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Tohoku Main Line / JR Utsunomiya Line / JR Takasaki Line / JR Joban Line / JR Ueno Tokyo Line / Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line）
- Phone Number 080-5001-8815
- Address 4-17-7-406, Higashiueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 110-0015
A foodie's paradise, Tokyo has a magnificent range of dining options available - make your trip special with one of these selected offers!
Itamae Sushi Akasaka has a modern Japanese-style interior highlighted with wood and glass accents, lending a feeling of an upscale New York eatery. The restaurant features a huge glass wine cellar, a VIP private room for up to 10 people, a sunken kotatsu dining room for up to 20 people and a sushi counter on both the first and second floors. It is open until 5am on weekdays, allowing diners to enjoy sushi into the wee hours. Itamae Sushi operates 10 branches in Japan and more than 60 overseas. The chefs of each branch carefully select the farm-fresh ingredients directly from Tsukiji and fish markets across Japan. Their blue-fin tuna is a point of pride at Itamae and is as good as that found at the highest-end restaurants in Japan and they are proud to have won the first-of-the-year tuna auction four years in a row. Itamae Sushi has lunch sets ranging from 980 - and dinner courses for between 3,000 - 5,000. They also offer an all-you-can-drink menu from 1,500. Sushi dishes (one piece of sushi) start from 98, variety kinds of a la carte menu from 680. Itamae Sushi offers high-quality sushi in a foreigner-friendly atmosphere and their helpful chefs can recommend wine, champagne, sake and shochu to enhance your experience.
* Terms and conditions to deals may apply. See the respective deal pages for details.
* To claim a deal, please show the shop or restaurant the coupon shown on the detail page.
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