Things to Do in Japan

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This is a small and charming museum close to Sensoji, in Asakusa, with an excellent selection of folk art. The tall, thin building has ukiyo-e prints, a... Read More

A traditional onsen (hot springs) resort that dates back to the 1870's, Arai Ryokan has a serene, old-world feel, evoked by the traditional Japenese... Read More

Established in 1560, Aritsugu is famous the world over for its high-quality knives. This Tsukiji Market shop is a branch of the original 16th-century... Read More

An art space housed in a former junior high school that hosts a great variety of contemporary, interactive, and conceptual art. The building's many... Read More

This centrally located store offers easy one-stop shopping for those looking for travel-related electronics: translation machines with voice output to... Read More

The pastry boutique was designed by Wonderwall, the cutting edge design firm behing Uniqlo stores. Read More

The dark, designy, one-person deep standing bar sells single servings of sake in little jars to keep the sake fresh. Read More

Escape the throngs of Ginza shoppers at this sleekly modern tearoom and shop. In the third-story tearoom, minimalist-white with skylights overhead,... Read More

The airport has several free kid-friendly (and unsupervised) areas, so find the one that best suits your needs. Both the Children’s Playrooms and... Read More

Occupying the 45th and 47th floors of the Park Hyatt Tokyo, the Club on the Park is a full-service spa open exclusively to hotel guests and private... Read More

On the day of your purchase, please take the receipt for the goods purchased at Daimaru Tokyo store on the same day ... Read More

The riverside 685-year-old Zen monastery has 24 temples on the property. Read More

Departing passengers who have gone through passport control can take advantage of the airport’s official relaxation areas, which include a bright... Read More

Hidden away in the basement of an office bulding on the fringes of Harajuku, Dog is a literally an underground fashion spot, a hodge-podge of low-cost... Read More

Dog's Care Joker brings Roppongi Hills pampering to pooches. Luxury stores and services abound in this part of town, so its no suprise that pets should... Read More

Brace Yourself: The name translates roughly to “hey, what the hell,” which is what you will hear others shouting in Japanese when you&rsquo... Read More

The store's tailors stitch men’s overcoats from wool, cotton, silk, and hemp. Read More

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

The museum for the animation legend, Hayao Miyazaki (and his Studio Ghibli) is a dream for fans of his work. Visitors can play on a life-sized cat bus,... Read More

A variety store in the truest sense, this member of the Tokyu Hands department-store chain sells everything from kitchen knives to camping packs. Most... Read More

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