Harajuku is a popular shopping neighborhood in Tokyo and also known as the hub for Japanese pop culture. We highly recommend checking out this unique neighborhood in central Tokyo. These are our top 20 things to do in Harajuku, with a map included!
Looking for a Harajuku food tour? Look no further! When we came across Arigato Japan Food Tours’ “Crazy, Cute, Kawaii Food Tour” of Harajuku that promised “the craziest – artsy lunch imaginable”, we knew we had to see for ourselves!
Asakusa is an old-fashioned district in Tokyo, Japan and home to Tokyo’s oldest temple, making it a popular tourist area. With plenty of things to d, you could easily spend a whole day exploring Asakusa and its surrounding areas. Map included!
Shibuya is a shopping and entertainment district in central Tokyo and exactly what your Lost in Translation dreams are made of. There are plenty of things to do in Shibuya, especially if you enjoy shopping or people watching. Map included!
Whether it’s your first or fourth time visiting Tokyo, Akihabara is a must visit neighborhood conveniently located in central Tokyo. With a variety of things to do and see, Akihabara is one of Tokyo’s most lively entertainment and retail districts that deserves a visit.
With rooms available for all budgets, we highly recommend staying at WIRED Hotel in Asakusa, especially if you’re a first time visitor to Tokyo! This local community hotel will make your trip one to remember.
Mount Takao is perfect for a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo with plenty of things to do besides just hiking. Here are 11 things to do on top and around Mount Takao, with a map included!
Imagine walking through an exhibition that makes you rethink your daily routine and question why you do the things you do. Stop imagining and do your soul and self a favor, visit the SUNSHOWER exhibition if you’re in or planning to visit Tokyo.
Picking the right accommodation plays a large role in having a successful trip in Tokyo. Akihabara Washington Hotel is the perfect place to stay in Akihabara.
The most intimidating thing about traveling to Japan is the language barrier. Luckily Japanese people are super helpful and will typically go out of their way to assist you even if they don’t understand English. But knowing a few useful Japanese phrases will go a long way.