Small Worlds blends the magic of miniatures, captivating lighting and enchanting music to evoke a sense of nostalgia and discovery.
With 5,000 goldfish across a hundred different varieties, Art Aquarium Museum Ginza will not disappoint as a unique art experience in the middle of Tokyo.
Watch historic Japanese plays with subtitles in a dedicated venue
Yomiuriland is Tokyo’s largest amusement park which hosts spectacular seasonal events.
105 acres of expertly curated floral beauty, less than an hour away from downtown Tokyo
Kengo Kuma revives the rural atmosphere of an urban village.
Superstition, history and nature come together over a bowl of soba noodles.
A shrine with an impressive tunnel of red torii gates and home to Tokyo’s famous Sanno Festival.
This shrine may look like it’s plucked straight from Kyoto, but its torii tunnel and blooming azalea sit nestled right in Tokyo.
Not all cafes are maid equal.
Try some crocodile tempura with a side of grasshoppers at this *ahem* exotic restaurant in Shinjuku.