Found in the far west of Tokyo, Mt. Kumotori is the tallest peak in the prefecture. It's also the home of Kamado family in Kimetsu-no-Yaiba.
Found west of Shinjuku, Koenji is Tokyo's top retro neighborhood. From vintage clothing to old school eateries, Koenji has much on offer.
From ancient shrines to the lovely Kyodo-no-Mori, western Tokyo's Fuchu is an area that is chock full of hidden gems and attractions.
Unbeknownst to overseas visitors, Japan's capital of Tokyo actually has a wide variety of natural hot springs within the confines of the city.
Found at the foot of Tokyo's ever-iconic Rainbow Bridge, Shibaura Minami Futo Park has been one of my go-to spots when I need a place to think.
The Todoroki Ravine is a natural sanctuary in the middle of Tokyo. Found near Futako Tamagawa, this hidden allure is a welcome reprieve.
If you’ve spent any time on Instagram and follow Japan creators, chances are high that you’ve seen Gotoku-ju and its maneki neko statues before.
Found near Shinagawa Station, Tokyo's artsy island of Tennozu Isle is one of my favorite getaways from the hustle and bustle of the megalopolis.
This installment of Backyard Tourism traces the roots of the devastating Great Fire of Meireki to a small temple compound in Tokyo's Sugamo area.
Tokyo's historic Sugamo area is often referred to colloquially as "grandma's Harajuku" due to the fact that many elderly shop there.
Found near Tokyo, the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural and the Nihon Minka-en Open Air Museum have some amazing historic buildings to explore.
This guide will show you how to make the most of a layover at Tokyo International Airport or otherwise just sneak in one final attraction.