Headline

The Voice of Tokyo for over 50 Years

JAPAN’S NO.1 ENGLISH LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

Serch Form
Latest Issue
About Us

CONNECT WITH US

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
Headline

The Voice of Tokyo for over 50 Years

JAPAN’S NO.1 ENGLISH LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

Serch Form
Latest Issue
About Us

CONNECT WITH US

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Writer Profile
  • Lyn Tsuchiya
Lisa Wallin
Lyn Tsuchiya

TW Distribution Coordinator. Born in Japan, raised in China, living with an open mindset. Lyn has an intense passion for colorful glitter eyeshadow, books and films and loves yapping more about them to anyone who would listen. Lyn simply strives on writing inspiring stories that shine a light on never-before-seen-or-heard people and things.

Articles by Lyn

Tokyo Weekender and More Than Music collaborate in a monthly interview series with the diverse musical performers on the Tokyo music scene. For this interview, we caught up with QPLO. Don’t miss out on their MTM…

Danish DJ and producer Morten Breum, who performs under the name Morten (stylized as MORTEN), landed in Tokyo for his first-ever show in Atom Tokyo. He’s been taking the industry by storm…

Tokyo Weekender and More Than Music collaborate in a monthly interview series with the diverse musical performers on the Tokyo music scene. For this interview, we caught up with TOW. Don’t miss out on…

Something of a public art piece, the Tokyo toilets are definitely an eye-catching piece of modern infrastructure. Initiated by the Nippon Foundation, the Tokyo Toilet Project invited 17 talented architects and designers to renovate…

Tokyo Weekender and More Than Music collaborate in a monthly interview series with the diverse musical performers on the Tokyo music scene. For this interview, we caught up with Emergency Oxygen. Don’t miss out…

Tokyo Weekender and More Than Music (MTM) collaborate in a monthly interview series with the diverse musical performers on the Tokyo music scene. For this interview, we caught up with Zuma (stylized as Zuma.) and…

Iwate Prefecture is best known for its trinity of noodles: wanko soba (buckwheat noodles in small bowls), Morioka jajamen (flat noodles with miso-meat sauce) and reimen (chilled noodles). But venture out to…

Tokyo Weekender and More Than Music collaborate in a monthly interview series with the diverse musical performers on the Tokyo music scene. For the first interview, we caught up with Robert Taira Wilson…