• Chabacco
    Food,  Only in Tokyo Japan

    Introducing Chabacco

    Introducing Chabacco, the tea that invites laughter into every cup and was conceived with the motto of “Let’s make fun of the world.” This innovative tea comes in a convenient stick form, eliminating…

  • Hakone

    The “black eggs” of Owakudani, Hakone

    The “black eggs” of Owakudani, located in the Hakone region of Japan, are a popular delicacy and tourist attraction. Owakudani, which translates to “Great Boiling Valley,” is a volcanic valley with active sulfur…

  • sakura blossom in japan

    Cherry blossoms in Japan

    When is the best time to witness cherry blossoms in Japan? The prime month to observe cherry blossoms in Japan is April, during the peak of their bloom. However, as early as March,…

  • Hinamatsuri
    Events,  Only in Tokyo Japan


    Hinamatsuri is a traditional Japanese festival also known as Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day. It is celebrated on March 3rd every year. The festival’s main focus is to pray for the health and…

  • Miso

    Best Miso in Japan

    Japan is known for its diverse and high-quality miso (fermented soybean paste) varieties, each with unique flavors and characteristics. The “best” miso can vary based on personal preference and the specific dish you’re…

  • Hotel 5*,  Hotels

    Hotel Graphy Nezu

    Tucked away on a corner in the middle of historical Tokyo, Hotel Graphy Nezu can be found in the charming, traditional Yanesen neighborhood. Here, travelers from all over the world and locals can…

  • Hachiko
    Only in Tokyo Japan

    Hachiko Shibuya

    Every day, Hachikō would greet his human, a routine the faithful canine never gave up, even after his owner’s death. The dog became a symbol of loyalty in Japan – and now the…