Japanese Bathing Culture

  Sento, Japanese public bathhouses, is one of the Japanese traditions. You can still find many of them around Ota-ku or Edogawa-ku. Go Tokyo website helps you to learn the history of Sento… Read more »

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Hanami experience in Tokyo

Many people around the world already know that the people of Japan gather around to view and celebrate their colorful cherry trees in bloom between late March and early April,… Read more »

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Download “Talking Tokyo” and Go Explore!

Tokyo is steeped in four centuries of tradition. Talking Tokyo explores the city from the perspectives of Canadians and other North American visitors, uncovering hidden treats, fresh attractions and the… Read more »

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HATSUMODE: A Shrine Visit in the New Year

As soon as the New Year begins, many Tokyoites visit a shrine for the old Japanese custom known as ‘hatsumode’ or ‘first prayer of the year’. The whole city is… Read more »

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Winter FLOWERS BY NAKED 2019 -Tokyo Nihonbashi-

The most famous traditional custom in Spring is known as hanami (“flower viewing”) and it usually lasts from late March to early April in Tokyo. However, you can experience beautiful… Read more »

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Top 4 recommendations for New Year Countdown!!

Any plans for New Year’s Eve through New Year? Here are top 4 recommendations for 2019 New Year Countdown; (1) Tokyo Tower First Sunrise In 2019, welcome the New Year… Read more »

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Check out WANDER COMPASS Shibuya!

Have you heard of WANDER COMPASS? WANDER COMPASS is located near Shibuya Station’s exit 3A and originally started out as a service counter, where a concierge provides information around Shibuya Station. It now… Read more »

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Dealing with your heavy suitcases and backpacks while visiting Tokyo

One of the biggest challenges of traveling through Tokyo is dealing with your luggage. For those hoping to move around the capital, here are some affordable options to consider. ecbo cloak The… Read more »

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The Cultural Exchange Building in Kanda Myojin Shrine

Kanda Shrine, also known as “Kanda Myojin,” is a Shinto shrine in Tokyo originally built in the year 730. It’s one of the most historically significant places of worship in… Read more »

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Tokyo Tokyo Photo Contest! Sep. 3 – Oct. 31, 2018

  Tokyo Tokyo invites everyone to participate in the Tokyo Tokyo Photo Awards. Post and vote for your favorite traditional and innovative photos of Tokyo between Sep. 3rd and Oct. 31st… Read more »

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