You have some of the best views of the wild and crazy Shibuya Crossing from the 2nd floor at Starbucks, but to my great surprise, you're not allowed to take photos. This was explained to me by the Starbucks staff
It's easy to get the impression that Tokyo is full of weird and crazy themed bars and restaurants, and yes, it’s also the case, but they can be hard to find, if you don’t know where to look.
I’ve wanted to
The Japanese cuisine is diverse, and some of the stuff requires more than just ordinary curiosity to explore. How about the deadly poisonous fish fugu? Or natto, which is fermented soybeans, which smell like cheese? Kobe beef is one of the
If you're longing for beach life and sand in your toes, look no further than Odaiba Beach. The man made island Odaiba is just a short ride with the Yurikamome train, which departs from Shimbashi station and takes you across
*Geek post warning*
Have you seen the movie Wreck-It Ralph? Do you remember in the beginning of the movie, when Ralph is the only one not invited to the party (they even invited Pac-Man!)? It broke my heart…
I’ll not go further
Aoyama Flower Market is a chain of flower shops, and the original store nearby Omotesando station also hosts an in-house café. There’s no doubt that combining a cafe and a flower shop has been a brilliant idea, and Aoyama Flower
After our brunch at Denny’s, Rieko’s husband took Saki home and Rieko and I went to see Tokyo Skytree. International visitors have the opportunity to purchase fast-line tickets (and bring their Japanese friends) so that’s what we did.
I don’t think
I told you about the retro arcade games at 1-Chome Playland in a previous blog post, but inside Decks, the same shopping mall in which Playland is located, there’s also an indoor amusement park called Joypolis. I’ve never considered visiting