Tokyo has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world, but it is not the only place in Japan where you can dine out to your heart's content and never try everything. Yokohama is Japan's second biggest city and a dining mecca all of its own.
We will introduce six of the best restaurants and cafes in the Yokohama area for you to get started on your culinary explorations with.
June in Tokyo is the rainy season. This means that it is cloudy, dreary and going outside is not always pleasant.
Luckily, Japan is a country of flowers, and June is no exception.
In June the hydrangeas bloom, and there are many places where you can see hundreds of thousands of these colourful plants against the fresh green backdrop of spring.
Here are some of the best spots near Tokyo to visit for hydrangeas.
Looking to get fit and active, or keep in shape in your new life in Japan?
Or simply looking for a way to make new friends? Joining a sport is a great way to maintain your fitness and expand your social group.
Here are five sporting groups that are expat friendly that you might be interested in joining.
March means it's cherry blossom time, so get your picnic baskets and
blankets ready for hanami (cherry blossom viewing picnics).
This article will list five of the best day trips from Tokyo to see the
When you are making the move to Tokyo with kids, having a good outdoor space
to play in is very important. Most people in central Tokyo don’t have their
own big garden, so public parks play a big role in entertaining children.
This article will recommend five of the best parks around Tokyo.
Wherever you go in Japan, you can almost always find a shrine or temple
nearby. Despite this, Japanese people are fairly casual about religion and
tend to practice a mix of Buddhism and Shintoism. There is one religious
tradition that almost everyone in the country participates in however -