3 Jul | Kay Knofi |No Comments

Recommended food events in Tokyo – July 2019

July is here and we are serving up the best in Foodie-related events across the city! Check out our list and hope you will have the chance to eat and have some fun.

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12 Jun | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Where to stay in Japan – Tokyo Family Stays

All of our homes are a “home away from home” and offer comfortable western beds, fully equipped kitchens for western cooking and multiple internet and cable TV options. Plus they are fully family friendly with kids bedding, toys, books, and dishes. “We think about the needs of traveling with a young family and elderly grandparents or extended family and friends and create exceptional guest experiences with this in mind. This allows for our guests to enjoy the amazing Japanese experiences that Tokyo has to offer outside the home and then come home to a welcoming and familiar environment to rest.

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30 Apr | Kay Knofi |No Comments

Recommended food events in Tokyo – May 2019

May is a fantastic time to visit Japan – it’s sunny but not too hot and there’s plenty of things to do. One of the major vacation periods in Japan occurs at the beginning of May – Golden Week, a culmination of a few national holidays. This year it’ll take place during April 28th and May 6th. It’s true that this means tourist locations such as Tokyo and Kyoto will be busier than usual, but it also means that there’s a lot of festivals and events!

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28 Mar | Kay Knofi |No Comments

Recommended food events in Tokyo – April 2019

So you’re in Tokyo in April 2019 and you’re looking for food events? Do you like Ramen? Sake? Coffee? YES!!! Here are a few foodie events we recommend!

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26 Feb | Kay Knofi |No Comments

Recommended food events in Tokyo – March 2019

So you’re in Tokyo in March and you’re looking for food events? Here are a few we recommend!

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19 Dec | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Where to stay in Japan – The Millennials

Originally Capsule Hotels were known to be cheap and to provide a basic amenities. However, The Millennials just put this concept on another level and offers their guests a whole new experience through social spaces and A LOT of facilities.

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18 Nov | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Sam

Living in Japan. Coming to Tokyo was definitely the right decision for me. Since I only just graduated, I was still in the cramming groove and picked up basic Japanese relatively fast in language school and after 1 year of 4-hour studying every day, I was pretty confidently conversational…

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12 Oct | Lauren Shannon |No Comments

15 reasons why you still need to go to Tsukiji even though the inner market moved

The historic wholesale market has moved to new swanky (but sadly, institutional looking diggs) but there is still so much to see and do at the old outer market and surrounding neighborhood.  You really need to keep this on your must-see list. 

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28 Sep | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Ask our guides: Where to go for a day trip close to Tokyo

Want to take a day trip out side of Tokyo? Discover great advice from our passionate guides and local experts  in this new series “Ask Our Guides”!

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24 Sep | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Expat in Japan Interview – 10 questions to Warmcheaptrips

Being an Expat Japan foreigner I have found that this is an amazing country also for its peculiar and sometimes crazy culture and rules. Visiting Japan is a trip among contrasts, opposite cultures and a lot of ancient habits. Don’t judge Japan or ask “why”, just take it as it comes!

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