La Vita is a commercial complex at Jiyugaoka. The main selling point is not the shop, but its Venetian architectural style. You will feel like being in Europe when you are at this place, and such as, it has become the must visit place for tourists as they like taking photos there. Address: 2-8-3 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Photo © OOOBS International Limited
Samurai is a symbol of Japan. If you want to know more about the history, you should visit the Tokyo's Samurai Museum in Shinjuku's Kabukicho area. Inside the museum, you will find introductions in Chinese, English and Korean. It talks about the origination of samurai as well as any famous historical figures, etc. Tourists from different countries can understand everything...
The travel-themed shop – TABI-YA uses "travel" and "human" as its main theme and gather lots of different stationeries and other accessories, allowing you to anticipate the happiness of your upcoming trip, or using those items during your trip and perhaps remind you about the experiences of your last trip. Every item that is sold in the shop has a travel-related theme ...
Situated in the Tochigi Utsunomiya, there is a mysterious underground space called the Oya Museum. This place used to be a former mining area which was in use from 1919 to 1986 and was abandoned since then. Since the area is huge and low temperature is maintained, therefore it was once used as secret warehouse, government granary, wine cellar, etc. Now it is opened to t...
Situated between Asakusa and Ueno, the Kappabashi Dougu Street was established in 1912. The street is 800 meters long and has over 170 shops selling various culinary wares, cooking wares and pops, etc. Its retail price is cheaper than other parts of Japan. You can even purchase a large bulk of those items together at a lower price. Therefore, it has attracted not only loca...
Futako Tamagawa is situated at the Setagaya district of Tokyo. If you go there from Shibuya using the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line, it just takes 15 minutes. After 20 years of redevelopment, finally the efforts bear fruits and the area has become an increasing popular destination. Near the train station, you will be able to find famous shopping centers such as Tsutaya Elect...
There is a coffee shop at Akiba, which uses the fact that customers are able to play with the owl in close distance as its selling point, and thus attracted a lot of owl lovers or those who had not contacted owl to visit the place. The AKIBA FUKUROU Coffee Shop allows you to play with the owl in very close distance. Before entering the coffee shop, visitors are given a...
Monceau Fleurs originates from Paris and it has a number of branches in Japan. The main store in Japan is located in Jiyugaoka. The decoration of this flower shop is in European style and it sells flowers from all over the world. Jiyugaoka's Monceau Fleurs Address: 1-8-9 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo For details, please visit :  https://goo.gl/M1L8ydPhoto © OOOB...
Jiyugaoka's Kumano Jinja is situated at the residential area of Jiyugaoka. It is frequently visited by nearby residents. As the shrine is surrounded by residential buildings, it is very quiet in normal days. However, when there are special festivals, such as the New Year as well as the Grand Festival of the shrine in September, the whole place becomes very lively.The Kuman...
The Patchwork Road is one of the two major sightseeing routes in Biei. It is located in the northern part of the city. The Patchwork Road will include sights such as Yadou Dream Hill, Mild Seven Hill, North West Hill Prospect Park, Seven Star Tree, Parent Tree, KEN&MARY, etc. People will visit these sights and used them as checkpoints when they travel in the area. ...