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  • Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

  • Museums ( Ebisu )
  • For those who wander what to do this week-end. You might think to The Museum of Photography. You have 3 floors consacred to the photo. On the basement, you can find a free exposition with a lot of n...
  • Beer Museum Yebisu

  • Museums ( Ebisu )
  • Beer lover’s paradise is about the best way to describe any beer museum, and the Yebisu beer museum is no exception. Located in the beautiful Garden Place, the beer museum is part of the Sapporo Bee...
  • La Fuente

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • I love this shopping mall because the layout of this place is even more fantastic than Daimaru Peacock in Daikanyama! The annex and main buildings are connected in this awesome zig-zag arrangement th...
  • Outlet

  • Fun Shops, Shopping-Others, Interior Design & Furniture ( Daikanyama )
  • As the name suggests, this shop sells odd goods at a discounted price. They sell cutlery, glasses, slippers, plastic plants, jewelry, furniture and so on. It's always fun to browse this store and yo...
  • Sun Rose Daikanyama

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • Just a stone's throw away from La Fuente - another great shopping mall. This place is much smaller than any other shopping mall I've been to, but it has a lot of authenticity...everything from the ci...
  • Loveria

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • This is one of the few "Outdoor-inspired" malls in Tokyo that I've seen. As you may imagine, the type of weather outside dictates how much you can actually enjoy this laid back, European st...
  • Zapady-Doo

  • Fun Shops, Interior Design & Furniture ( Daikanyama )
  • This is a great shop - lots of trinkets and items that show exactly how much Japanese people actually understand about the international world - which is not a lot. I know I'm generalizing, but bear ...
  • Atre Ebisu

  • Shopping Malls ( Ebisu )
  • A mall just like all the other malls in Tokyo, although this one has a very nice dessert section with lots of choice. There is a lot to see in this mall, but I wouldn't make a day of it. A nice plac...
  • Ebisu Yokocho

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Bars ( Ebisu )
  • Ebisu Yokocho is the latest addition to the drinking alleys of Tokyo. It is decidedly cleaner and completely indoors. Opened in 2008, it might take a little while to gather enough dust to look the par...
  • Tea Ceremony

  • One Day Experience ( Nakameguro )
  • Volunteers from the Meguro International Friendship Association teach Sado (literally the "Way of Tea") with demonstrations planned once a month on the fourth Monday. It is a good opportunity to expe...
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  • Yamada Heiando

  • Japanese Goods, Antiques ( Daikanyama )
  • Yamada Heiando has been in business since 1919, and specializes in lacquerware. They are known for producing top-quality pieces, and even the Imperial Household buys their wares from them.
  • CouCou: Daikanyama

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Daikanyama )
  • CouCou is a fun shop full of cute and colorful items. This is a good place to find a present! Best of all, everything costs 315 yen.
  • Comica

  • Manga/Internet Cafes ( Ebisu )
  • 24 hour internet, game and comics cafe with a variety of seating choices. Shower available.
  • Komyosen

  • Sento (Public Bath) ( Nakameguro )
  • Komyosen is a bath-house right by Naka-meguro Station. It is clean, with high ceilings. They have two tubs -- the "deep tub" and the "shallow tub."
  • Japanese Flower Arrangement

  • One Day Experience ( Nakameguro )
  • Volunteers from the Meguro International Friendship Association teach Ikebana, Japanese-style Flower Arranging, every Monday morning. It's a good experience for anyone interested in Ikebana. However,...
  • Meguro Gawa

  • Parks & Nature ( Nakameguro )
  • This drab, concrete-encased river comes to life during the cherry blossom season, especially at night when lanterns are hung along portions of the river to light up the flowers. The sakura-lined secti...

Sightseeing Articles

  • Japanese Gardens
  • Gardens in Japan were historically developed and used as places to teach...
  • 100 Yen Shops
  • Simply put, a 100 yen shop is a store in which everything costs 100 yen...
  • Maid Cafes
  • A maid cafe is exactly what you might think it means: a pretty girl...
  • Super Sentos
  • Sento is a public bath house. Japanese are really fond of taking...
  • Shrines
  • One of the really refreshing aspects of living in Japan is the omnipresence...
  • Temples
  • Buddhism has had a profound effect on Japan and Japanese history...
  • Sento (Public Bath)
  • Sento is a public bath house. Japanese are really fond of taking a bath. Sento was...
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