Juana de Arco’s New Home in Aoyama

I first stumbled upon Juana de Arco's small, crowded store in the back streets around Omotesando a few years ago, and I was drawn inside...

By Kelly Wetherille
July 29, 2013 | Families, Fashion

Julien David Sets Up Shop in Jingumae

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By The Savvy Team
July 26, 2013 | Fashion

M’Amour, Meguro

As of June 1, Interior Street (a four-kilometer-long street about 15 minutes from Meguro Station, lined with all manner of furniture and interior decorating stores)...

By Kelly Wetherille
July 24, 2013 | Lifestyle

Kora Organics Hits Japan

I've always liked Miranda Kerr. Not only is she a drop-dead gorgeous super model—and in the naturally beautiful kind of way, not the plastic surgery...

By Kelly Wetherille
July 23, 2013 | Health & Beauty

Bills, Omotesando

Personally, as much as I adore the delicate craft and high quality of Japanese food, when I roll out of bed in the morning all...

By The Savvy Team
July 22, 2013 | Food & Drink

Tatami Collaborates with Japanese Brands

Tatami, the luxury line from 240-year-old German shoe brand Birkenstock, has teamed up with five popular Japanese brands to produce a line of limited-edition men's...

By Fashion Headline
July 19, 2013 | Fashion

Yakushima: Get Back to Nature in an Island Paradise

A tiny island located just under three hours from Tokyo, Yakushima is well known for its pristine natural beauty. But what many people don’t know...

By Kelly Wetherille
July 18, 2013 | Adventures, Lifestyle

Elle Café, Roppongi Hills

This tiny French café at Roppongi Hills seats only about eight customers, but its authentic French pastries and sandwiches make for a tasty—and chic—lunch on...

By The Savvy Team
July 18, 2013 | Food & Drink

Matsuri Madness: Summer 2013

Summer in Japan brings with it many good things to distract you from the heat—pineapple flavored chu-hi, kakigori (snow cones), and fireworks, just to name...

By Elisabeth Lambert
July 17, 2013 | Families, Lifestyle