Tokyo is a city at the cutting edge of fashion trends.
Many people from overseas want to go to Tokyo's hair salons, but they may feel uneasy because they are in another country.
I'd like to introduce a solution to that problem: the popular hair salon, Hair Art Chiffon! With their excellent techniques and sensibilities, experienced stylists work one-on-one with you to bring out your inner beauty. That's why this hair salon is so highly ranked!
What's more, you can relax when you enter this shop because they're able to handle foreign languages!
From Tokyo's Nakano Station, walk three minutes and you'll see Majime-na-Tokeiya (Serious Watch Shop) Kame-Kichi, specializing in luxury brand watches.
With an extensive selection of over 3,000 watches, this shop offers competitive pricing, making it a popular place to shop.
In this edition, I will introduce HOSTEL WASABI Nippori, where services that women would be glad to receive are available at an extremely reasonable price.
Just 1 minute on foot from Mikawashima Station, the location of this inn is convenient for sightseeing in places like Ueno, Asakusa, and Akihabara.
The Ueno Cherry Blossom Festival - TokyoRead Later
Every spring, gaggles of residents and tourists alike flock to Ueno Park to admire the beauty that is the cherry blossom. With over 1,200 cherry trees, Ueno Park prides itself as being one of Tokyo’s most popular spots for hanami, or cherry blossom viewing.
Rikugi-en is one of Japan’s Nationally Designated Places of Scenic Beauty. This traditional Japanese garden was built by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, favored retainer of shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi.
The spring event “Illumination of Weeping Cherry Blossoms and Daimyo Teien” will once again be held this year.
During the event period, the garden will stay open until 21:00 instead of the usual 17:00.
Tokyo’s Oak Hostel CabinRead Later
This time, we will be introducing a capsule hotel-style hostel in Tokyo called “Oak Hostel Cabin.”
Taking a train from the station nearest to the hostel, Kayabacho Station, you can reach Tokyo Station in 10 minutes, Roppongi Station in 15 minutes, and Shinjuku Station in around 30 minutes. This makes Oak Hostel Cabin’s location very convenient for both sightseeing and business!
Nestled in the middle of the market, Wakatsuki has a history that goes all the way back to the start. Established in 1948, this shop made its mark with its homemade ramen noodles and classic yakisoba.
One of Japan’s most famous female chefs, Miyuki Igarashi, opened this creative Chinese restaurant in Ginza’s EXITMELSA building in February 2017.
The restaurant offers an abundance of vegetable-based dishes overflowing with originality. Let’s get right in to the introduction!