Tokyo Rail Map Apps

By ishikura update

Tokyo has the world’s most extensive urban rail network. Its many trains, subways, buses, trams, and monorails are operated by a number of different companies.

New Year’s Visit at Kanda Myojin Shrine

By ishikura update

Hatsumode is a traditional Japanese event in which people visit a shrine on either the first, second, or third day of the year, in gratitude for the new year and wishing for a full year of peace and safety. Most people are off from work from the 29th of December to the 3rd of January.


By tomiyama update

Bars and restaurants are essential to sharing time to chat with your friends, colleagues, and significant others. Food, drink, and light background music are all pleasant accompaniment, but prices are relatively high in Japan, so knowing nifty, wallet-friendly places is key to a good night on the town.

How to Buy an IC Public Transportation Card in Japan

By yonezawa update

It can be very convenient to use the IC card (to pay a ticket fare) when you are going to Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto – some large cities in Japan.

“Tonkotsu Ramen”, in Shibuya

By yonezawa update

One of the best parts of visiting Japan is sampling any of its 35,000 ramen shops.Tokyo alone is host to 3,700 shops, and new ones open as often as someone thinks they’ve found a taste others will love.

MOS Burger

By yonezawa update

If you want to enjoy some fresh and light tasting burgers, try MOS Burger. Your Mountain Ocean Sun burger, which can be beef, chicken, or soy, will be cooked to order and topped with vegetables hygienically prepared to insure proper taste, relish, and temperature.

How To Use Coin Lockers

By yonezawa update

There are other ways to keep your luggage downtown in Japan besides in hotels. The solution: Coin-Lockers.Coin - Lockers are roughly divided into two categories: