Tonki Tonki is famous for making one of the tastiest “tonkatsu” (deep-fried pork cutlets) in Tokyo since 1939. Tonki’s owner Koki Yoshihara and staff have since then been consistently using unique methods to bring out the authentic flavours of their best-quality pork, the eggs and flour, delivering always outstanding results. Consistency is a word that distinguishes this place. Every time we come… Read More
Cupnoodles Museum Created to celebrate Nissin’s 60th anniversary of Nisin’s Cup Noodles, CUPNOODLES Museum is an interactive museum that provides a rich educational experience for kids and adults alike. The museum is all about Momofuku Ando (founder of Nissin Food Productions), and the history of the creation of the world’s first instant ramen.
Fuglen Tokyo Fuglen is a high-quality coffee bar in the charming neighborhood of Tomigaya, Tokyo. They offer outstanding coffee at daytime, amazing Cocktails at nightime, and a gorgeous selection of Norwegian vintage furniture cured by Norwegian Icons.
Nook Store Nook Store is a lifestyle-oriented brand with a concept of “neighbourhood grocery store”. They offer a nice selection of both imported and Japanese general goods. You will also find their own brand “Nook and Cranny” which brings together daily-life objects with the best in patterns, craftsmanship and materials. The store opened in Daikanyama neighbourhood in 2013. It can be… Read More
Log Road Daikanyama Log Road Daikanyama is a shopping compound housing Kirin’s Spring Valley Brewery, LA-based boutique Fred Segal, and the Kamakura/Cali-inspired Garden House Crafts eatery. Opened in Spring 2015, the place is built over the Tokyu old rail tracks and is just about 3 minutes walk from Daikanyama station. Design Log Road Daikanyama can be accessed through various points… Read More
Mashiko Yaki Mashiko is a charming little village famous for its rustic yet simple pottery known as Mashiko yaki (益子焼). Located three hours away from Tokyo, the place is perfect for a day trip escape from Tokyo’s crazy and agitated scene.
OKUNOIN CEMETERY Awaiting quietly inside the thick, dark forests of Mt. Koya, Okunoin Cemetery is a fascinating place heavily charged with spiritual energy and awe.
Gen Yamamoto In Tokyo, each bar has its concept and vibe. Gen Yamamoto’s one is all about seasonal, high-quality and locally sourced ingredients. All the elements he chooses are cleverly combined to make a fantastic experience.
Tucked inside Shibuya’s lovely Tomigaya area, Mikio Koda’s Levain Bakery specializes in making high-quality bread with natural leaven as well as other baked goods since 1984.
Mozumo Hidden between snow mounts and pine trees of Hirayu Onsen, you will find Mozumo, a perfect little getaway retreat, with fantastic snowy scenes and lots of time to relax in the hot springs. If you are looking for a spot to spend the day drinking tea with a cozy blanket, pampering yourself, this is the place for you.