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I try to present as many Japanese gardens as possible here because they represent very significant zen punctuation in a travel itinerary, especially in megacities. Despite the concrete and electric vastness it represents, Tokyo doesn’t forget its historic green lungs, for … Read more
Odaiba is a frequent stop for travelers in Japan who spend a few days in Tokyo. It’s an artificial island located south of the capital towards Haneda Airport. Its construction goes back to the 19th century, but its true economic … Read more
Tsukiji market in Tokyo, which brows two thousand tons of fish every day, is ruled by a number of codes in order not to interfere with merchants and professional customers in a hurry, at the point that it was closed … Read more
Asakusa is best known for its famous Senso-ji temple. I’ve chosen to focus on this one to deal with the famous and heavily visited Tokyo district, which I’ve never been able to enjoy as much as others (eg the west of … Read more
Zojo-ji temple was built in 1393, but was moved to where it is now in 1598 by shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. Most of the buildings that make up this Buddhist complex were destroyed in fires, earthquakes or wars, especially during the … Read more
The huge and recently opened Tokyo SkyTree has become an inevitable part of your visit to the Japanese capital. Opened to the public since May 22nd, 2012, the Sky Tree was accessible only by reservation during its first weeks. As … Read more
I’ve already talked about how trendy Tokyo is, but people often think only of Takeshita Dori, the longest shopping street in Harajuku. However, as always in the japanese capital, there is more than a few dozen feets around JR stations. … Read more