Kengo Kuma revives the rural atmosphere of an urban village.
You know you're in Japan when...
Chilled-out picnics, samurai, iconic food and street performers.
Life in the chicest slow lane imaginable.
You better lose yourself.
This Tokyo district's biggest claim to fame is that Japanese animation production was born here.
Western Tokyo has Hello Kitty Land and the city's biggest zoo.
Visit the historic heart of Edo-Tokyo, home to Japan’s oldest department store, the famous bridge with the country’s Kilometer Zero point, and much more.
Rock concerts, the Dinosaur Bridge, exotic plants, and a piece of history that inspired Godzilla are all within reach in this area near Tokyo Disneyland.
There’s more to Shinjuku than the red light district... Enjoy drinks, dancing and discussion in Tokyo’s hoppin’ LGBT district!
Welcome to the bohemian ‘hood where Tokyo's cool kids gather.