Visit Tokyo’s Top Museums and Attractions with the 2014 Grutto Pass

Tokyo is chock full of interesting things to do, but often those of us who live here take these things for granted, only really seeing...

By The Savvy Team
May 14, 2014 | Art & Culture

Exploring the New Brisbane

Sandwiched between the Sunshine Coast up north and the Gold Coast down south, Brisbane has long been a stopover for visitors en route to the...

By Bonnie Waycott
May 8, 2014 | Adventures, Lifestyle

Exclusive Savvy Event: One-Day Cooking School at Le Cordon Bleu

Please join Savvy Tokyo on Monday, June 16 for a one-day cooking school at Le Cordon Bleu's Tokyo home, located in Daikanyama. After learning and...

By The Savvy Team
May 8, 2014 | Food & Drink, Lifestyle

Event Report: 2014 TELL Walk and Runathon

Savvy Tokyo was pleased to participate in this year's annual TELL Walk and Runathon, held on May 3 around the Imperial Palace. We had Savvy...

By The Savvy Team
May 6, 2014 | Lifestyle

Children’s Day in Japan

Children's Day, or Kodomo no Hi as it is called in Japanese, is one of the holidays that make up Golden Week in Japan....

By Tokyo Mothers Group
May 5, 2014 | Families

Explore Tokyo with Gilt City

There's no doubt about it; Tokyo has some of the best restaurants, bars, cafes, spas and salons in the world. But all too often, the...

By Kelly Wetherille
May 1, 2014 | Lifestyle

Savvy Event: Opening Reception of Anima/Animus by Yui Hayashi

Join Savvy for an evening of exceptional art at the opening of “Anima/Animus” by artist Yui Hayashi at Mizenka Gallery near Hiroo on May 17....

By The Savvy Team
April 30, 2014 | Lifestyle

Kids’ Karate Classes at Club 360

Once our kids are ready to start after-school activities, we as parents are overwhelmed with selecting what we can only hope will be the best...

By Dinasha Cellura
April 28, 2014 | Families

A Private Tour of the Andy Warhol Exhibit for Mori Living Residents

Being a Mori Living resident certainly has its perks, and one of my favorite things about living where we do is the number of community-building...

By The Savvy Team
April 24, 2014 | Uncategorized

Adventures in Entering a Japanese Elementary School

As the international mother of a brand new (pika-pika) first-grader (ichinensei) this year, I had many concerns. Would she settle in quickly? Would she be...

By Tokyo Mothers Group
April 22, 2014 | Families

A Private Tour of the Andy Warhol Exhibit at Mori Art Museum

Being a Mori Living resident certainly has its perks, and one of my favorite things about living where we do is the number of community-building...

By Mia Moranza
April 21, 2014 | Art & Culture