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!
“Maizuru Port Toretore Center” is the michi-no-eki, or road station, with the largest seafood market near the Sea of Japan. You can have the fish at the various stalls either cooked or prepared into sashimi for you, letting you dig in to the fresh fish right then and there!
Motsuyaki Erubisu is an izakaya that proudly serves offal. As they purchase entire pigs, they’re also able to serve a variety of fresh parts that aren’t offered in other restaurants. On top of that, they’re both cheap and popular!
When the Tama area is mentioned, for many, nothing will come to mind. This is probably due to the lack of information available online.
Suginami City, only 10 minutes by train from Shinjuku! Go where the Japanese go after a hard day’s workRead Later
The number of travelers who would rather experience the daily lives of the locals—as opposed to hitting up tourist attractions—is on the rise!
You can experience the real “Sake wonderland in Tokyo”! Have a great drunken time at Tateishi! 【cooperated by Katsushika-ku _ Tateishi】Read Later
The second article about the Katsushika area introduces you the surrounding area of Keisei Tateishi Station, approx. 30 minute from Tokyo Station.