As international visitors dive back into Japan after two-and-a-half years, many are eager to dive into bowls of ramen. Fortunately, there’s plenty of new noodles on the market in Tokyo. The 2022 Tokyo Michelin Guide lists 21 ramen establishments that
Our Feel Japan events are a fun, interactive way to get to know the many Japanese prefectures without leaving Tokyo. Earlier this year, we held a special event dedicated to Miyazaki and another featuring Kyushu’s Saga, Nagasaki and Oita prefectures.
There are so many beautiful places to visit in Japan, which makes it extremely difficult to choose only 70. But with recommendations from the whole Tokyo Weekender team and friends, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of must-sees in Japan per
Manchester City travel to Copenhagen looking to wrap up qualification from group G in the Champions League.
Erling Haaland maintained his hot streak with a goal in the 4-0 victory over Southampton last weekend.
And Pep Guardiola will look to
With the Japanese Grand Prix set to take place at Suzuka Circuit this weekend, we thought we’d take a look back at some historic international sporting moments that have occurred in Japan. Our latest list of seven includes Brazilian Ronaldo
There’s plenty to keep you occupied in Tokyo this week, including a Shibuya Parco Art Week, the Japan Writers Conference and Short Shorts Film Festival’s online screenings. Here’s what to look out for in Japan’s capital over the coming week.
Back after the summer break, musicians really hit the ground running in September. This year has been dominated by newer artists, yet last month reminded us that even accomplished musicians still got ‘it.’
We have crackling experimental electronic spookiness by
This is a fun-packed week with a three-day weekend at the end of it. Everybody is invited to our September-October issue party where you can dance to your heart’s content. Alternatively, check out some of the city’s top exhibitions or
In this week’s news roundup, we focus on Shinzo Abe’s controversial state funeral that took place on Tuesday. As well as the official guests inside the Nippon Budokan Arena, huge crowds gathered nearby to pay their respects outside. At the
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