The Golden Gai in Shinjuku is one of Tokyo's premier drinking spots. The Showa alleys and tiny bars are perfect for a night out. Let us be your guide.
Japan's cherry blossom season is world-renowned and much loved. How to prepare and where to find the best spots - all right here!
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park was built in remembrance of the world's first atomic bomb drop and the many who lost their lives as a result. Use our guide to prepare for your visit.
Japan is a hotbed of Michelin Star Restaurants and Osaka is no exception. With our guide, take a look at the 10 best Michelin Star restaurants in Osaka.
Heading to Kyoto? You're going to want to try some of the city's world-class sushi. Our guide to the 10 best sushi restaurants in Kyoto can help.
It's not all meat and sushi - Tokyo has a burgeoning vegetarian food scene. Let our rundown of the ten best Tokyo vegetarian restaurants be your guide...
Arriving to Tokyo this autumn? You're in luck, Tokyo in the autumn is overflowing with things to do. Have a look at our ultimate guide to Tokyo in autumn.
Where to stay in Tokyo on a budget? Good question but one we've got all the answers to. Read on for budget accommodation options sure to please even the most frugal of travelers.
Roppongi Hills, the centerpiece of the notoriously foreigner-friendly Roppongi area, is not to be missed whilst in Tokyo! Entertainment, shopping and cultural activities abound. Our Roppongi Hills Guide will introduce you to the best of it.
Despite its seedy reputation, Kabukicho, Tokyo's premier red light district, is a tourist favorite. Our Kabukicho guide features everything you need to know about Tokyo's red light district - where to go and where to avoid.
Center of the kawaii culture, Takeshita Street has a lot to offer. Shop, eat or hang out - Takeshita Street's got it all. To help you out, check out our top 20 picks of things to do on Takeshita Street!
Shimokitazawa is a hive for Tokyo's young and hip. Discover why with our guide.
Japan's summer music festival scene is on the rise. With our rundown of some of the best, getting yourself to one couldn't be easier this summer!
The firework festival is one of the biggest highlights of the summer in Japan. Tracing back it's history as far back as during the Edo Era, it has proven to be a widely popular annual event. Here is a guide on where to go, how to prepare for it and what to wear.