6 Aug | Norma |No Comments

Eat Play Works, a concept mixing working space and delicious food in Tokyo

Eat Play Works is a new community co-working space that has found the perfect combination of comfort, tranquility and professionalism, in its 6 floors there are 17 small restaurants, conference rooms, individual and group work spaces, rest rooms, kitchenettes, among other things. The place has a design that focuses on the work needs of new generations…

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5 Mar | Norma |No Comments

Sugamo, The Local Food and Culture Adventure For Everyone

My experience taking Arigato Japan’s Food, Culture and Calligraphy Tour in Sugamo felt like a breath of fresh air. After living in Tokyo for almost five years, it is always fun to get to know places that still have that local feeling. Read more about our Sugamo Foodie adventures…

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17 Feb | Nick Colaccino |No Comments

Yanaka: Slow Down in Tokyo’s “Old Town”

Just northeast of Ueno Park and next to Nippori Station on the Yamanote Line, Yanaka is as quaint as it is urban. From the quiet side streets around the famous Himalayan Cedar to the bustling market of Yanaka Ginza, then over to the austere temples and serene cemeteries, and down to the avante garde art houses, Yanaka is a vibrant neighborhood with a deep history.

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4 Feb | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Top 5 Date Ideas in Tokyo for Valentine’s Day 2020

Top Tokyo Spots for Valentines 2020! Romantic and fun.

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20 Jan | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Sipping Among the Stars: Milky Way Cafe in Ikebukuro

Theme cafes and restaurants are a fun, surprising and must-try experience in Japan. When in Tokyo, head off the beaten path to MILKY WAY for a star-struck experience at this Zodiac inspired cafe in Ikebukuro…

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11 Jan | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Kipposhi: Rainbow Ramen in Shibuya

RAINBOW RAMEN? If you want to try something fun and colourful, and happen to be in the Shibuya area, I highly recommend giving this a try. This is not your typical ramen, and I think the novelty of this restaurant is worth a visit. Plus they have decent prices and it’ll add a splash of colour to any instagram feed!

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9 Jan | Yutaka |No Comments

The Handkerchief, a Western Import Beloved by the Japanese

Like many things imported from the West, the Japanese have embraced, improved on and made handkerchiefs an indispensable part of their everyday life. In fact, Japan is now the number one market for handkerchiefs in the world and Japanese-made handkerchiefs are renown for their quality and exquisite designs.

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26 Dec | Alan Tse |No Comments

What is Japanese food?

How would you explain Japanese Food? That sounds like a simple question with a simple answer, right? Well, for anyone who has lived in Japan for any length of time, that question is far from simple. Each of the 47 prefectures of Japan has its own local specialty food and desserts.

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22 Dec | Jessica Iragne |No Comments

Guide of the Month November 2019: Norma from Tokyo

Today we are happy to introduce our Guide of the Month chosen for her hard work and excellent guiding in November 2019! Norma from Tokyo

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26 Nov | Norma |No Comments

Recommended Foodie Events in Tokyo – December 2019

December is not just about Christmas and the rush to the new year! There are great foodie events around Tokyo– check out our top three recommendations for making delicious memories around the city.

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