Fresh Soba Dining Experience with Japanese Tranquility Take a step aside from Harajuku’s vibrant streets, a shopping zone also known to attract youngsters from all over Japan. Hop on an elevator to the 4th floor and 15 seconds later, there expands a world of Zen, with a hint of Kyoto-l[...]
The town that weaves 400 years of history into the latest innovations The busiest area of Edo was the hub of traffic, business and culture The Nihonbashi bridge was built in the first year of the Edo period when the country’s capitalwas moved to Edo, the old name for Tokyo. T[...]
Florence Deygas Visual artist, makes drawings, and together with Olivier Kuntzel, under the name Kuntzel+Deygas, creates narrative design and videos. For Tokyo visitors, it is easy to jump for a few days to this delicate and relaxing place that seems so out of the scope of time: Just take the &[...]
Izakaya is the perfect place to get a glimpse of Japanese culture.
Although most Japanese people these days are unaware of it, the philosophy of Feng Shui is deeply woven into Japanese culture and customs. For example, the Japanese common phrase “Ki wotsukete. (Take care of yourself)” is a casual farewell greeting to wish safety to someone going ou[...]