Akasaka in Tokyo is an exciting area in Tokyo. Especially the nightlife of Akasaka – which is completely different from the one in the more famous Roppongi area – is worth a visit.
Japan is famous for it’s food and the Japanese cuisine. There is so much food to choose from that sometimes the real deal get’s lost. There is Japanese soul food that is still unknown in many foreign countries. “Okonomiyaki” – which is called Japanese pizza – is one of these foods. I found a great “okonomiyaki” restaurant in the Mita area. Read on to find out more!
I love walking around Tokyo. Above all, I like to explore those narrow back streets that are hidden behind the main streets. Here, there is always something new to discover, like newly opened cafes and small restaurants. Also, these streets tend to be less crowded.
My last walk took us through the “Azabu-juban” district and its back streets. This time, I’ll go on a walk and explore the back alleys of “Omotesando”, the Minami-Aoyama area. Join me!!
In Japan, the rainy season begins in June. This means that there is much more rain than usual. Nevertheless, there are also many sunny days. On these days the weather is perfect. Blue sky and it’s not as hot as it is during the summer months. On such days I crave hamburgers. If you are like me, you might want to try these special burger shops in Tokyo!
When you think about Japan, you might think about Mt. Fuji, Geisha, Sushi, … and the Shinkansen bullet train! Speaking of the Shinkansen, there are only two stations where this bullet train stops in Tokyo. That’s Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station. Every station where the bullet train stops is fun to explore. This time I would like to introduce Shinagawa Station and some relaxing spots around it!