Shinjuku is a prime location for sightseeing, business, pleasure and various activities. This time we’re introducing some capsule hotels. For spending the night inexpensively in Shinjuku, the heart of Tokyo and it’s surrounding areas, these are the places! Even tourists or women can spend the night with peace of mind.
If you want to travel around the outskirts of Tokyo, then wouldn’t it be a good idea to get lodging by Tokyo Station? Since public transportation is so often there, it’s very convenient to reach many places. In order to see as much as possible, you definitely want your hotel to be both budget-friendly yet comfortable! Here are 10 different hotels in the Tokyo Station area to consider.
Yufuin, in Oita Prefecture is a famous tourist spot with hot spring onsens. Please enjoy staying at an inn with wonderful scenery and hot springs including 3 major high-class inns that everyone wants to stay at!
Asakusa is an area in the great city of Tokyo that still retains a nostalgic working class atmosphere. There are many sightseeing areas there, including the oldest temple in Tokyo, Sensoji, and the shopping arcade Nakamise Shoutengai behind Kaminarimon. It’s a popular area with both Japanese and foreign tourists alike. Here are some great business hotels in the area that are easy on the wallet but comfortable and convenient.
Shibuya is crowded with various restaurants, including many Japanese restaurants selected by Michelin. Each restaurant has course meals mainly, so it is sometimes difficult to make a reservation. But you will want to try one of them during your stay in Japan!
Located in the center of Tokyo, Hongo, the University of Tokyo is a good place to walk around with its historical, academic buildings. Let’s spend a special time around Hongo campus and some other sites!
Japanese cuisine (washoku) is a rich, diverse food culture that has all sorts of manners and etiquette attached to it depending on the dish. Watch these videos in which top Japanese chefs teach the different rules and customs associated with some popular dishes so you can wow your hosts.
Here are 10 restaurants where you can eat delicious Japanese food for 5,000 yen or less, carefully chosen by Japan’s popular food guide website. All of them have great services and come highly rated, so please check them out.
One of the biggest delights of coming to Japan is the food. Savor Japan is a recommended food guide website that will help you choose restaurants in Japan to visit. People with plans to visit Japan should definitely check this website out.
Japan has various sightseeing areas and souvenirs, but you want to visit new places and buy souvenirs that you can brag about or will make your loved ones happy, right? Here is some information about Saitama and original souvenirs made using traditional techniques that are unique to Saitama. (This article was written to support the commercialization of newly developed products in the Saitama Traditional Craft Contest.)
Your trip is supposed to be fun, but sometimes some trouble happens. If, during your trip, an accident, robbery, or illness occurs, here is some knowledge to be able to handle it. Hopefully this information will be useful if you ever need it.
Tokyo is swamped with approximately 20,000 hair salons, and it can be a pain in the behind to find “the one”. Here are a few do’s and don’t’s to make your quest for the perfect Japanese hair salon smoother. (This article was contributed by TOKYO BEAUTY STARS)
Lunch time arrives while you are walking around the Imperial Palace and you are hungry. What are you going to do? Where can you go? Have no fear, here are our pick of 8 great place to lunch near the Imperial Palace. Delicious food and wonderful atmosphere, do take note for a refueling stop while you are in the neighborhood!
For travelers on budget, food expenses are often a big concern. You need good energy for adventures, but what do you do if you can’t afford to spend very much on food? Here are tips to save on food while keeping yourself full. Remember, Japanese people are obsessed with food, so we always seek good quality even from cheap food.
Museums of Osaka are typically represented by striking modern structures, such as Abeno Harukas. However, not only the appearances on the outside, they have much more to offer inside just as well. Here, we’ll introduce you to 7 of the best galleries and museums of Osaka.
Shiga is surrounded by plenty of nature, and is home to Japan’s biggest lake, Lake Biwa. It’s near Kyoto, so there are many shrines and temples from ancient times. Here are 10 recommended spots in Shiga for people that want to enjoy beautiful Japanese countryside scenes.
Tokyo has everything, including delicious food, sightseeing spots, and fashionable department stores. Here are some stylish, comfortable hotels with kitchens where you can stay for as long as you need to fully enjoy Tokyo!
In recent years, sake has been increasing in popularity overseas. The numbers of foreign tourists ordering sake in restaurants and buying it as souvenirs are also on the rise. One way to enjoy sake even more whether you’ve been a sake fan for years or are just starting is to know how to choose the proper drinking vessel for your needs.
The area around Osaka and Umeda Stations is great as a base for sightseeing or as a cuisine or shopping spot, but it’s so confusing that even Japanese people often get lost. This article has photographic guides to help foreign travelers find their way through the stations as well as helpful information. Please check it when you’re coming to Osaka for a smooth trip.
Hokkaido is the northernmost prefecture of Japan, but Wakkanai city is the northernmost city of Japan. It is not the place where you can come very often, so you want to go around the city effectively. Here is the list of 10 recommended spots to visit in Wakkanai, Hokkaido.
Kanazawa is a city in Ishikawa and one of the most famous tourist locations in Japan’s Hokuriku region. In this article, we’ll show you how to make your stay an affordable one with a selection of 12 stylish guest houses! There are plenty of great places to choose from!
If you visit Fukuoka with small children, you might find that the children will get fussy with an itinerary that just has sightseeing in it. For times like that, you should check out these facilities for children.
Shinjuku Station, the world’s busiest station, is so confusing that even Japanese people get lost. However, this guide is written complete with photos for foreign travelers so that they can navigate Shinjuku Station without getting lost. Please read this if you have plans to come to Shinjuku, or even just to Tokyo, because it might come in handy!
Traveling is fun, but isn’t it a burden to trying to find safe places to leave your big suitcases and bags with all your things? The convenient service Ecbo Cloak is here to solve those problems in Japan. Here is more detailed information about this new service!
Taxis are convenient when you’re sightseeing if you have lots of luggage or if you’re in a rush. Japanese taxis have always been called expensive, and thanks to those opinions, Tokyo taxis have lowered their base fare! Is it really a bargain compared to the old fare? Is it actually more expensive? Check this article out to get a detailed explanation of the fare changes and learn how to use taxis effectively and efficiently for better priced travel.