Even when the cherry trees aren’t in bloom, there’s a blossoming community on the banks of the Meguro River, including a brand new space under the railway filled with cute eateries. Photographs…

Universally renowned for its sacred ground, Tokyo’s original pleasure district comes alive when the sun goes down. 24 Hour Party People Even though Asakusa’s Rokku entertainment district saw its heyday a century…

Ginza caters to those living in the lap of luxury, but its cultural roots suggest that it’s home to far more than just hollow consumerism. Department Heads Tokyo’s “bricktown” became a model…

Alive with independent businesses and pedestrian traffic, Shimokitazawa’s narrow streets are a bohemian hub. Secondhand to Heart Vintage clothing stores are a dime a dozen in Shimokita, and that’s not where the deals…

Once a literary haven for intellectuals and scholars, Jimbocho still honors its cultured heritage by serving as Tokyo’s “Book Town.” Turn the Page Centrally located between several universities, including Meiji, Nihon and…

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…