Yurakucho (literally translating to “there is fun in this town”) is not kidding around when it comes to the namesake.
Just one train stop from Tokyo station, with plenty of hole-in-the-wall shops and restaurants
Go green at some iconic Japanese gardens right around the corner from one of the city's buzzing business areas.
Your gateway to the Yamanote line’s garden paradise.
Exploring the fabric of time at a Tokyo hub station.
Tokyo's terminal of good luck, great blessings and even greater beer.
Hidden local charm along the Meguro River
Annyeonghaseyo. You've reached K-Town.
Students, shopping and Astro Boy in what's probably the best-named stop on the Yamanote Line.
Tokyo's most educated neighborhood.
Find your lucky red underwear at this Yamanote Line stop - affectionately dubbed "Grandma's Harajuku."