Tokyo on Foot: Exploring Aoyama

Much like New York, Tokyo is a city that is made for walking. Sure there are ample taxis, efficient buses and regular, well organized trains...

By Cheryl White
May 21, 2016 | Lifestyle

Tokyo’s Top 10 Art Galleries

Although Tokyo is the center of Japanese politics and economy, it is also the heart of Japanese culture and contemporary art. The city has a...

By Megan Waters
May 9, 2016 | Art & Culture

Five of Tokyo’s Cutest Character Cafes

Cute characters can be found pretty much anywhere around Japan and there's definitely no shortage of them making their way onto our plates in dishes...

By Mary Zacharopoulos
March 7, 2016 | Food & Drink

Bombay Bazar, Daikanyama: Not Just Organic Curry

Like many Tokyo areas, the hip and trendy Daikanyama neighborhood—located between Ebisu and Shibuya—is a hotspot not only for shopping, but also for eclectic cafes...

By Linda Haberberger
February 1, 2016 | Food & Drink

Discover the Natural Indigo Blues of Okura, Daikanyama

If, when shopping in Tokyo, you find yourself bored by numerous look-alike mainstream stores, all selling the same kind of clothes, you should check out...

By Linda Haberberger
January 8, 2016 | Fashion

Tokyo’s Top 5 Shopping Districts

From stylish to casual and everything in between.

By Linda Haberberger
January 1, 2016 | Fashion, Lifestyle

An Elegant Gourmet Experience at Chez Taka, Higashi Azabu

If I had to describe my food experience at Chez Taka in just two words, it would be elegantly sumptuous. Nestled in the quiet neighborhood...

By Ai Faithy Perez
September 11, 2015 | Food & Drink

A Few Packed Days in Helsinki

For most travelers, Helsinki is not at the top of must-see lists, often being overshadowed by its neighbors Copenhagen and Stockholm. But take a chance...

By Chiara Pace
March 26, 2015 | Lifestyle, Out & About