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Cherry blossoms herald in spring in Japan. In Tokyo, they begin to bloom in late March. This article will introduce a sightseeing plan for Tokyo that combines cherry blossom viewing and gourmet foods in a ride on “Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line),” which takes an efficient route through great cherry blossom locations!
Imano Tokyo Hostel is located in Shinjuku, the heart of Tokyo. A stay in this convenient location starts at just 3500 yen per night.
Run Through Tokyo’s Main Sightseeing Spots!
“Gekikara Gourmet Festival 2018,” Japan’s largest spicy food festival, is being held in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho!
The festival features gourmet spicy dishes from restaurants around the world! This is a must-visit if you like spicy food!
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.
Have you heard of the long wallets sold by the Kobe-based brand ATAO?
The brand has few physical retail outlets, so it may not be a highly recognized name brand. However, ATAO is known for products that are so easy to use that you won’t want to let go of them, so many of their products have to be ordered in advance if you want to get them!
“ROBOT RESTAUTANT” is a place in Kabuki-cho (Shinjuku district in Tokyo) recommended for those who are saying “I want to enjoy a night life in Tokyo since I made it all the way here!”
If you walk a little down the alley behind the light-box of Shinjuku Golden Gai, you will find Nagi, the famous niboshi ramen restaurant. Its white lantern and sign hanging beside its entry are really eye-catching.
The owner of Nagi has extensive experience of ramen as he used to be a manager of certain well-known ramen restaurant. After going through much practice and many trials, he chose to open his own restaurant in Shinjuku Golden Gai.