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Things to do in Japan

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  • Edo Castle

  • Eejanaika

    Brace Yourself: The name translates roughly to “hey, what the hell,” which is what you will hear others shouting in Japanese when you’re on this ri... More
  • Eitarouya

    The store's tailors stitch men’s overcoats from wool, cotton, silk, and hemp. More
  • Enospa Hotel Spa

  • F.I.L. Tokyo

    F.I.L (shorthand for Free International Laboratory) is the boutique of Berlin-based, Japanese fashion designer Hiroki Nakamura and his visvim cloth... More
  • Ginza Hands

    A variety store in the truest sense, this member of the Tokyu Hands department-store chain sells everything from kitchen knives to camping packs. M... More
  • Gotemba Premium Outlets

    The largest outlet mall in Japan, just 60 miles west of Tokyo in Shizuoka, is pilgrimage-worthy for two reasons. First, its 200-strong shop selecti... More
  • Gucci Café

    Perhaps the natural next step for the extension of the brand, Gucci's first cafe is located on the fourth floor of its Ginza store, giving shoppers... More
  • h.NAOTO Laforet Harajuku

    Don't miss this sprawling mall known for cutting-edge Japanese labels. More
  • Hakuhinkan Toy Park

    Once the largest toy store in Tokyo, this century-old shop is still home to one of the most impressive toy collections in the city. Opened in 1899,... More
  • Harmony Land

    Welcome to popular Japanese children's character (and lifestyle brand) Hello Kitty's world, where visitors can check out the friendly feline's cast... More
  • Hidemi Sugino

    Sugino's creations are baked daily in minuscule quantities, which qualifies them as gentei (limited-edition) and thus extra-desireable. More
  • Ice Cream City

    One floor above Gyoza Stadium in Namjatown, Ice Cream City is full of gelato stands and Turkish men selling orchid-root-thickened ice cream. Cup I... More
  • Imperial Palace

    Located on the former site of the 15th-century Edo Castle, the Imperial Palace is the official residence of Japan's royal family. First constructed... More
  • Ippodo Tea Company

    This tea shop resembles an old-fashioned apothecary, with white-jacketed attendants measuring green tea onto scales. More

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