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Editor’s Choices

Brew La La

Toronto-born entrepreneur Jonathan So, the founder of Hong Kong’s biggest…
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Shake Shack Ebisu
The Shake Shack phenomenon started off with a hot dog…
Neo Edo Kitchen
Ginza’s Neo Edo Kitchen offers a free-flowing culinary experience highlighted…
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Rosemary’s
A neighborhood restaurant originally founded in the heart of New…
Kinka Sushi Bar Izakaya
Part of the Canadian restaurant group Kinka Family, casual Japanese…
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Tobu World Square

This outdoor architectural museum in Nikko features skillful miniature reproductions of famous…

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That’s jump one Ikebukuro, located three minutes away from Ikebukuro Station. Jumping Fitness, which has…
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Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto

First opened in 1969, the Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto has been recognized has long been…

Asobiba Ikebukuro

Located just six minutes from Ikebukuro Station, this is the largest indoor survival game facility in…

Ryogoku Edo Noren

Inspired by Edo-style townhouses, this shopping and entertainment center has over a dozen restaurants, as…
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Makuhari Messe

This massive convention center hosts major trade shows – such as the Tokyo Motor Show…

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