Japan has a passion for European cuisine, and you shouldn’t be surprised to find Tokyo restaurants serving up French or Italian dishes done just as well as they would be in their…

This month, we have something new in store for you: when you pick up a copy of our October magazine issue, you’ll find a mini mag inside featuring 39 top spots around…

Being surrounded by Shinjuku, Yoyogi and Harajuku hasn’t given Sendagaya an inferiority complex – this unassuming yet dynamic neighborhood stands on its own. Holy Ghosts Sendagaya has been around for centuries, so…

From an ambitious exhibition that might make you begin questioning life, the universe and everything, to a fond reflection on children’s picture book illustrations, our August Gallery Guide is packed with plenty…

Take a brisk walk from Shinjuku’s main bustle and you’ll be surprised by what you can find in the quieter neighborhoods. Photos by Luca Eandi Eyes in the Storm It may come…

A particularly good month for exhibitions, July features plenty of interesting art, photography, illustrations, and even a bit of Banksy. Here are our six favorite gallery showings around Tokyo this month –…

Sharing a name with the god of fortune and founded by a community of brewers, this neighborhood just south of Shibuya is full of hip spots and quirky hideaways. Eat the World…

Not far from the electric glitter and crowded streets of Akihabara lie a new space for artisanal handiwork and a neighborhood that has been a center of shitamachi bohemian culture for several…

Ditch the blue tarp mats and plastic cups and celebrate the fleeting flowers in style. By Vivian Morelli Cherry Blossom Dining While most tend to think of hanami as a do-it-yourself, BYOB…

Getting a tax deduction is nice, but getting an entire tuna to go with that deduction is even better. If someone told you that you could get two steaks to go with…

The wintery season is on its way out – and Tokyo’s hanami season is on its way in! Stick to your old favorites, or try out a new park on for size. Here…

You may have thought it to yourself each time you were confronted with a menu that you couldn’t make sense of, or every time you tried to read an ad on the…