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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!
As its name suggests, BUTAMAJIN Ikebukuro is a Tokyo restaurant specializing in Yakiniku, or grilled pork, since BUTA means "pork" in Japanese.
However, since the owner wished that people who eat meat and those who don't could gather around the same table, this is the first Yakiniku restaurant in Japan to offer a menu that's 1/3 vegetarian!
Tram to Enjoy Spring to the Fullest! Use the Toei Marugoto Kippu (Toei One-day Pass) to View the Cherry Blossoms♪Read Later
In this article, I'll introduce a plan including a fashionable sundries shop and cafe you can enjoy while going around to see the cherry blossoms in several places along the Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line). For this itinerary, make use of the Toei Marugoto Kippu to take unlimited rides on the Tokyo Sakura Tram.
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!
Expanding rapidly across the Tokyo area, Nikujiru Gyoza Seisakusho Dandadan Sakaba is an izakaya chain that is sure to satisfy your taste buds! I, a major fan of gyoza, decided to give the Ogikubo location a visit the other day. Don't worry; the details are coming right up!
This time, I will be introducing BOOK AND BED TOKYO, a hostel created to be a “bookstore you can stay in.”
Although it is conceptually supposed to be a bookstore, they do not sell books. Instead, in practice it is more like a library where customers can both putter around reading at their leisure and sleep.
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.
“Umakara Ramen Hyori” in Suidobashi; a deluxe bowl of ramen with mega-size karaage (fried chicken) on spicy thick soup with umami!Read Later
Visited “Hyori” in Suidobashi! This is a direct shop of the famous “Takano Tsume” ramen shop in Gyotoku area in Chiba.