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  • Qu’il Fait Bon

    The Japanese fascination with patisseries is best expressed in the fruit tarts from Qu’il Fait Bon. These are works of art that must be admired bef... More
  • Raffine

    These reflexology and massage stations—there are four in total, spread throughout the airport’s two terminals—are removed from general foot traffic... More
  • Rental Lounge

    If you’re traveling with a group, consider renting one of the airport’s 26 private lounges, complete with cushioned chairs, coffee tables, at least... More
  • Roppongi Hills

    Home to more than 200 shops, restaurants, and services, Roppongi Hills is one of Tokyo's premiere shopping destinations, located in the heart of an... More
  • Sake Bar Yoramu

    Taste rare brews at this low-key bar run by an Israeli expat. More
  • Sake Shop Fukumitsuya

    Around the corner from Hermès and Chanel, Sake Shop Fukumitsuya contains an informal bar that showcases fermented rice from the Fukumitsuya brewery... More
  • Sanja Matsuri (Three Shrines Festival)

    Feel the beat of the music as omikoshi (portable shrines) mounted on palanquins are paraded through the streets of Tokyo’s Asakusa neighborhood the... More
  • Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon Temple)

    Tokyo’s oldest temple, completed in A.D. 645, is devoted to Kannon, the Buddhist deity of compassion and mercy. Throughout their history, temple st... More
  • Shinyokohama Raumen Museum

    The Museum: Ramen noodles have been a staple in the Japanese diet since 1958, when the instant version was introduced. Since then, its popularity h... More
  • Sho-Chu Authority

    A distilled spirit made from potatoes, rice, wheat, or barley, shochu originated in Kyushu (in southwestern Japan), but is now produced all over th... More
  • Sugimoto Cutlery

    Sushi chefs who arrive at the crack of dawn for the finest-grade tuna and yellowtail in the massive, centrally located Tsukiji-Jogai Market head to... More
  • Sumo Wrestling at Ryogoku Kokugikan

    If you are lucky enough to be in Tokyo for a sumo match, get a ticket at the Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo’s main sumo arena. The pomp and circumstance ... More
  • Suntory Museum of Art

    Housed in a modern Japanese building designed by architect Kengo Kuma, the Suntory Musuem of Art is a striking white structure with vertical louver... More
  • Tabio

    A whole store devoted to hoisery: that's Tabio, where shoppers can find anything to adorn the legs, from tights to socks to leg warmers to furry "b... More
  • Takashimaya Times Square

    There are 70 kinds of salt at the depachika (department store basement food hall). The vinegar sommelier holds tastings and sells "infuse-your-own-... More
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