The selection of hotels in Tokyo is vast and ranges from affordable capsule hotels and hostels, to Airbnb apartments, business hotels and traditional Ryokan. To make your search for a perfect hotel in Tokyo a bit easier, here are three affordable hotels in Tokyo.
In Kiyosumi-Shirakawa there are no skyscrapers, but beautiful gardens, temples, shrines and a tight-knit community of small stores and boutiques. It’s also known for an abundance of coffee places. Here are some impressions from and things to do in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa.
The choice of restaurants is vast in Tokyo, so sometimes it is hard to pick a place to eat. Find five of my favourite restaurants in Tokyo in this post.
Some might say Tokyo is not a walkable city. I heavily disagree, you just have to keep a few things in mind when you plan on exploring Tokyo by foot.
One of my favourite things to buy in Japan as a souvenir is stationery. Find a list of stores and a selection of great stationery items I bought on my last trip to Japan in this post.
Kichijoji is one of those Tokyo neighbourhoods that gives you a small town feel in the big city just under 30 minutes by train from Shinjuku or Shibuya Station. It is home to an iconic Tokyo park as well as an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, cafés. These are some spots and shops in Kichijoji that I’d like to recommend.
There are many things to do and see in Japan. Here are 5 essential experiences I think you should not miss.
After two visits to Japan, we have only seen a fraction of this wonderful country. But, as I am being asked again and again about our tips and experiences, I decided to start a series of blog posts with some travel tips. Let me start out with five things you should consider when you plan on travelling to Japan.
Kinosaki Onsen is an Onsen Town located approximately 2.5 hours from Kyoto by train. The town offers seven onsen – natural hot springs – and many beautiful Ryokan. Find some impressions from Kinosaki Onsen, plus some information about Japanese onsen culture in the post.