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Explore the many ways to savor Japanese tea

Here we introduce must-visit spots where Japanese tea lovers can enjoy their favorite beverage in more ways than one! 〈Eating〉dan dan cafë From this c…

Machida Yakushiike Park, Shikisai no Mori

Cycling in Tokyo’s Tama Area

Accessible from central Tokyo on a little side trip, the Tama area is a place where you can enjoy different aspects of Tokyo, including quiet resident…

TOKYO SKYTREE view from Sumida Park

Eight recommended TOKYO SKYTREE little-known photo spots!

TOKYO SKYTREE, one of the main symbols of Tokyo. As a resident of eastern Tokyo near the TOKYO SKYTREE, I’ve compiled a list of recommended photo spot…

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Editors’ Picks! Our Top Stationery Stores and Customizable Stationery Recommendations

It is a little bit of a secret but almost all editors at att.JAPAN are crazy about stationery! That’s why we couldn’t resist introducing our recommend…

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Spend a posh afternoon of desserts and drinks in Tokyo

Dessert and a drink? Count me in! Here, we’ll introduce tantalizing establishments that are sure to please any adult’s craving heart, all in Tokyo whe…

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“Nicolai Bergmann Nomu” flower cafe in Minami-Aoyama (Tokyo) is an oasis in the city

Tired of the increased time spent at home and the gloomy skies of the rainy season? Perhaps you’d like to unwind at a cafe where you can also bask in …

Cats at Gokokuji Temple

Experience the history of Tokyo by taking a walk in Zoshigaya!

The Zoshigaya area is quiet despite being close to bustling Ikebukuro. It might not be a typical tourist spot to many people, but it is a place where …

Fuji-Torii’s folding screen

Casually drop by Fuji-Torii at Omotesando, Tokyo, for Japanese artwork and antiques!

Omotesando, Tokyo — where luxury brands, hip cafes, and trend-setting fancy restaurants set up shop in what is one of the most sophisticated urban “to…

fruits and season

To go, please! At the forefront of sandwiches in Tokyo

Sandwiches are enjoying a boom thanks in part to “moe-dan,” the strong urge to try it yourself after seeing pictures of cross-sections of hearty, appe…

Visiting Koji-ya Saburoemon, the only miso factory in Tokyo

Essential to various Japanese dishes, such as miso soup, nabe, and aemono salad, “miso” is a fermented food made from soybeans, salt, and koji (mold s…

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Tokyo Walk: A tour around Nerima City by using the Seibu Ikebukuro Line

Located in the north-west part of the Tokyo metropolis, Nerima City has good access from central Tokyo, which takes just eight minutes from Ikebukuro …

Gotokuji Temple, Local Town Walk Along the Setagaya Line

Tokyo Walk: Local town walk along the Setagaya Line

The Tokyu Setagaya Line is one of the only two tram lines left in Tokyo. The areas along the 10 stations from Sangen-jaya to Shimo-takaido are attract…

Sumida riverwalk

Tokyo Walk: Introducing new trending places to visit in Sumida

Known as home to TOKYO SKYTREE℠, Sumida now features some new must-see attractions that opened in 2020. The list of these trending spots includes Sumi…

30 min. from Tokyo! What to do in Funabashi? Vol.4 Experiences

Funabashi City, in Chiba Prefecture, is located between Tokyo and Narita Airport. The area around Funabashi Station, and the area facing Tokyo Bay are…

30 min. from Tokyo! What to do in Funabashi? Vol.3 Shopping

Funabashi City, in Chiba Prefecture, is located between Tokyo and Narita Airport. The area around Funabashi Station, and the area facing Tokyo Bay are…

Join our cooking class in Tokyo!

Are you looking to experiencing Japanese cuisine cooking class but don’t know where to go? Well, we have it ready for you! Date:May 16 (Saturday) 11:0…

att.JAPAN’s selection of 5 recommended Japanese alcoholic beverages. Check them out before hanami season!

Written by Ayumi The representative feature of spring in Japan is hanami (cherry blossoms viewing). It is forecasted that the blooming will occur earl…

[My favorite Kanda] Delicious lunch selected by our foreign staff

Many people may have an image that Kanda is a “town of office workers.” It is quite chaotic with many small restaurants, but there are many delicious …