Tokyo is definitely a top place to visit for tourists. No one can deny its charm. But, there are many buts. What if it’s too expensive? So much “what ifs”. Today is a great day to debunk all those Japan myths and start planning about this dream already.
1. Making Your Itinerary / Where to go? What to do?
We’ve made a couple of ready-to-print itineraries here at OurKawaii.Tokyo that you can just follow, alter or use as an itinerary inspiration. (Click here)
Cafe Zenon in Kichijoji introduces manga x art x cafe concept in one awesome establishment! They definitely cater to every Japan lover’s needs. It doesn’t matter whether you are cool, kawaii or otaku lover – this cafe got it all for you! For the art inclined, their monthly exhibits / collaborations with various artists is also a must-see! Continue reading →
Top Things To-Do in Roponggi: 1. Drop by at Mori Art Museum at Roponggi Hills. They’ve previously hosted Tim Burton, Andy Warhol, Pikachu, Peanuts (Snoopy), Doll (Blythe, Barbie, etc) exhibit and café. It was so, so amazing! We weren’t allowed to take photos for most part of the exhibit though. Enjoy!
2. Enjoy National Art Center. It’s proclaimed as Japan’s largest museum.
3. To complete the triumvirate, go to Suntory Museum of Art at Tokyo Midtown as well.
4. Visit Tokyo Tower. By this time everyone must be “I’ll go to Tokyo Skytree instead.” But, no. I’ll give you three reasons why you should still visit Tokyo Tower. It’s cheaper! For only ¥800, you can climb up. Less lines without extra cost. Last, Tokyo Tower has this “moon river” romantic vibe maybe because it’ less crowded and more private compared to Skytree.
5. Roppongi is famous for it’s night life, though it’s not highly suggested, why don’t you try karaoke!
6. Eat! It could be really expensive to dine in Japan especially in this area. Try Pink Cow (they serve Mexican goodness), Baker Bounce (my number one go-to place), Ritz-Carlton café (for afternoon tea), Cinnabon (yes they have it here) and Rigoletto (for dining and wine night with friends).