Postcard From A Japanese Home
What social distancing looks like for a family of five in Tokyo.
7 Of The Most Beautiful Gardens In Tokyo
A perfect retreat from the hustle of the capital.
A Guide To Traditional Tea Houses In Japan
Rituals, dos and don'ts—plus the best tea houses in Tokyo and Kyoto.
The 20 Best Things To Do In Tokyo
From museums to parks, shrines to palaces, shows to shopping, and more.
Japan During Cherry Blossom Season: A Complete Guide
Everything you need to know about Japan during peak hanami season.
This Tokyo Train Is Designed To Look (And Feel) Like A Living Room
Plus four other travel tidbits the Journy HQ has been hyped about this month.
A Guide To Tokyo With Kids
Family-friendly restaurants and activities—along with game-changing tips.
20 Of The Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Tokyo
Where to go, what to order.
What Is Shojin Ryori Japanese Buddhist Cuisine?
And why all vegetarians traveling to Japan should take note.
How Trunk Tokyo Borrowed The Concept Of A Boutique Hotel And Made It Better
It's all in the details.
This Japanese Ryokan Stands Out In A Sea Of Tokyo Hotels
An unforgettable retreat for food lovers.
You Haven’t Tasted Hamburgers Until You’ve Tried Japanese Chef Kentaro Nakahara’s Wagyu Burger
Fusion at its finest.
Meet The Bartender Who Befriended The Japanese Mafia In Tokyo
Uchu's Frank Cisneros shares the inspiration behind his cocktail omakase
Journy's Must-Read Travel Guide To Tokyo, Japan
We've got you covered on getting around, important cultural traditions, where to visit, and what to eat while you're in Japan's largest city.
How To Plan Your First Trip To Japan: 2020 Travel Guide & Itinerary
We break down the cities, transportation, itineraries, and travel tips for your dream trip.
Journy's Definitive Guide To Tokyo's Best Dining
The ultimate Tokyo bucket list for diehard foodie travelers.
A Tokyo First-Timer's Checklist
After three years working at Morimoto making the sauce and the stock, butchering the fish, and polishing the rice every morning to earn the respect of the sushi chefs there, I finally made my way to Tokyo to see what the city is all about. Arriving in Japan with a mission to eat, I spent an incredible time sampling Tokyo's best dishes and seeing some amazing sights. The thing about Tokyo that I find most pleasant, being from New York, is just how easy it is to navigate and how quickly you can
11 Books To Read To Prepare For A Trip To Tokyo
With its bustling streets and constant swirl, navigating the streets of Tokyo can be overwhelming for a first timer. That's why we've rounded up eleven books set in the metropolis that will help you get your bearings before arrival. After Dark by Haruki Murakami — Set during the menacing hours between midnight and dawn, the novel explores how three different characters experience the night. While it's shorter than most Murakami novels, it has all the psychological acuity, magical realism and W
Dinner At L'Effervescence Is A Must On Your Trip To Tokyo
"Dining at L'Effervescence is like going a bit away from Tokyo," says Zacchari Touchane, the restaurant's maitre d'hotel. Since L'Effervescence opened in Tokyo in 2010 [http://www.leffervescence.jp/], head chef Shinobu Namae has lured foreigners and local alikes to an unassuming corner of the city with thoughtful French cooking with a Japanese twist. The restaurant boasts two Michelin stars and currently sits at 16th best in Asia according to the World's Best Restaurants awards. But that's not
A Taste Of Tokyo
Tokyo is one of those cities that I can’t stop re-visiting. There’s really no other place in the world where boundless expression and measured restraint fit side-by-side with such ease. But let’s be real, I really just go back for the food. Yoyogi Park [https://plus.google.com/116019639605196523101/about?hl=en-US] (Yoyogi Village): Yoyogi village | Betty Liao [https://gojourny.com/stories/betty-liao-27/The%20dishes%20at%20code%20kurkku%20-%20more%20photos%20here] Just steps away from Yoyogi s