Tokyo Travel Guide
Embark on a gastronomic adventure at a hidden gem of a restaurant in Shinjuku, renowned for its Edo-mae style Sushi. Delight in the exceptional quality of fish as our skilled chefs expertly prepare each piece according to its unique characteristics. Indulge in the artistry of our 10-unit Omakase menu for a price of 4,000 yen, or opt for the more extensive 15-unit Omakase priced at 6,000 yen. For the ultimate culinary experience, immerse yourself in our Omakase course priced at 10,000 yen.
2F Chome−10−2, 5 Shinjuku City
A renowned destination in Shibuya where you can indulge in local gourmet food and experience entertainment from all corners of Japan. Located on the first floor of the iconic MIYASHITA PARK, this 100-meter long area is home to 19 unique shops. Immerse yourself in the meticulously recreated ambiance of an old-fashioned shopping street as you explore each shop, each with its own distinct theme. The charm of Shibuya Yokocho lies in its ability to offer a diverse range of atmospheres, allowing you to enjoy a multitude of experiences all in one place.
6 Chome−20−10 South 1F, Jingumae, Shibuya City
The historic 'Izakaya meeting' between former President George W. Bush and former Prime Minister Koizumi, and, Gonpachi became world-famous for being the model for a scene in film director Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.
The restaurant's dynamic interior, reminiscent of good old Japan, attracts a steady stream of fans from home and abroad.
1 Chome-13-11 Nishiazabu, Minato City,
The restaurant takes pride in its delicious charcoal-grilled chicken skewers and also serves seasonal dishes like vegetables and seafood. From the outside, the restaurant may not appear to be a typical yakitori place. However, it has received the Bib Gourmand award in the Michelin Guide Tokyo for three years in a row, and you can expect great quality at a reasonable price.
3 Chome-23-4 Nishihara, Shibuya City,
Shijuku Golden Gai
Chome−1−6 2F, Shinjuku City, Kabukicho 160-0021 Tokyo
In Asakusa, the oldest temple in Tokyo, is a must-visit tourist attraction in Japan. Its origins date back to 628, and Asakusa area is home to numerous historic buildings, including the iconic Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) that serves as a symbol of Asakusa. The Nakamise-dori, the lively street leading to the main hall, and the Kaminarimon Gate embody the vibrant atmosphere of old Edo, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Japanese history and experience the charm of downtown Asakusa.
2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito City,
Akihabara, also known as 'Akiba', is a city that showcases subcultures and serves as a global hub for electrical products and pop culture. It has gained worldwide recognition as a sacred place for anime and games, boasting a multitude of shops specializing in anime, manga, and game merchandise. Additionally, it is the epicenter of idol culture and a highly competitive arena for maid cafés. AKIBA CULTURES ZONE stands as a prominent new landmark, embodying the essence of Akihabara's vibrant culture. On Sundays, it transforms into a pedestrian paradise, bustling with activity during the daytime.
Sumo - Ryogoku Kokugikan
Sumo, a traditional Japanese sport, has garnered significant attention worldwide, especially with the release of the Netflix film "Sanctuary." Ryogoku Kokugikan is renowned as the sacred ground for sumo matches. The upcoming September tournament, scheduled from the 10th to the 24th, will take place at Ryogoku Kokugikan and last for 15 days. It's an excellent opportunity to witness the thrilling matches and immerse yourself in the captivating atmosphere of sumo culture.
1 Chome-3-28 Yokoami, Sumida City,
Tokyu Kabukicho Tower
A new and expansive entertainment complex has emerged in Kabukicho, offering a wide range of entertainment options. This complex features a luxurious hotel, a lifestyle hotel, a theater, a cinema, a live music hall, as well as various attractions and amusements. On the second floor, visitors can find a food and entertainment complex called "Shinjuku Kabuki Hall - Kabuki Yokocho," where the theme is "Every day is a festival!" Additionally, convenient express buses to Haneda and Narita airports are now accessible from the ground floor, making it a convenient hub for travelers.
1 Chome-29-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku City,
6 Chome-5-1 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062