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I feel like there are a gazillion things to see and places to visit in Tokyo! I swear, I could visit Tokyo over and over again and there’s always something new to discover. During my visits, I’ve been around various districts and they are all so very different.
The capital of Japan is a hub of eccentricities, a clash of old and new, a whirlwind adventure and a place for everything kawaii and innovative. There are many ways to describe it but if you are wondering what to do in Tokyo in 5 days, here are my five cents. (In total, I have […]
Shibamata (柴又) is a Tokyo neighborhood on the eastern end of the Japanese city. It sits snugly at the border and the Edogawa River is a convenient border between Tokyo and Chiba Prefecture. During the Edo period (1603-1868), it actually didn’t belong to Tokyo (Edo) at all. Nowadays, it gets quite a vivid fanbase that’s […]