Here’s the complete guide to Japan’s onsen.
Rakugo is to Japan what stand-up comedy is to the United States. Sort of. Rakugo — comic storytelling — is a minimalist performance art that uses only the voice to tell an intricate and detailed story. The stories told date back hundreds of years. Rakugo is an ancient art form that still thrives today in cities across Japan.
Visitors have an old school cinema experience at Waseda Shochiku, one of the most well-known and beloved independent theaters in Tokyo.
Shopping takes on new meaning in Tokyo. In this otherworldly city, neon lights illuminate storefronts and retail workers call out in high-pitched Japanese, welcoming customers warmly into each chaotic store. Throngs of people fill the main streets and backstreets, the locals decked out in the latest fashions. In Tokyo, fashion ranges from funky and offbeat to couture and chic. It stretches from clothes all the way to cell phone accessories. For high-end brands, head straight to the Ginza Shopping District. For funkier and perhaps hipper items, you might enjoy a boutique. The best places to shop include the unique boutiques in Tokyo, where you never know what you might find.
In this guide, we’ve handpicked the very best of what makes Tokyo so special — both on and off the beaten path — so you can travel like an insider in Tokyo!
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