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Tokyo TowerRead Later
Built in 1958, Tokyo Tower is a 333 meters high radio tower, and it also is a popular tourist attraction and symbol of Tokyo.
In cooperation with major electronics retailer, Yamada Denki, we've used this media to keep you in the loop with the latest info on events and must-see spots. Today, we'd like to introduce you to one of their products which is sure to make your stay in Japan that much easier: the highly affordable, prepaid YAMADA SIM card. Use it to upload your photos to your SNS as you take them.
Looking to score some top-quality second-hand luxury brand items? Japan is the place to do it!Read Later
The Japanese are known for taking good care of their possessions. If you’re planning to purchase any luxury brand items while you’re here, you might want to consider buying second-hand.
Roppongi, Tokyo’s famous shaved ice shop, KAKIGORI CAFE&BAR yelo., will be operating a pop-up shop out of the B2F of Printemps Ginza for a limited time only!
Tokyo's Roppongi Midtown is a cherry blossom spot next to Hinokicho Park. Today we would like to introduce you each spot around the area. Please see map at the end of this article for reference.
This is Tokyo Roppongi Hills. Mohri Garden is a traditional Japanese landscape garden where has attractive cherry blossoms scenery in Spring next to Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and TV Asahi building.
There’s a secret to enjoying Roppongi’s finest restaurants at a reasonable price: Come for lunch instead! (In cooperation with Tokyo Monorail – Roppongi)Read Later
Hamamatsucho Station is conveniently situated; it connects directly to the JR Yamanote Line and JR Keihin Tohoku Line, and it is walking distance from Daimon Station, where you can easily transfer to the Toei Oedo Line and Toei Asakusa Line. Today, let’s take a look at Roppongi Station, accessible v
If you're going to change money, do it at a Sumitomo Mitsui bank; they're giving away gifts!Read Later
During foreign trips, it's common to run out of the local currency, even though you bought some at the beginning. In Japan, airports, post offices and banks exchange foreign currency.