Japan’s oldest zoo was established in 1882, and is home to lions, tigers and bears, but the biggest attractions are two giant pandas...
Tōshōgū, like its counterpart in Nikkō, is dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified Japan. The shrine, resplendent in gold leaf and...
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum Of Art
Established in 1926, this museum hosts special exhibitions of everything from traditional Japanese arts, such as ink brush and ikebana,...
In an updated Meiji-era house, delectable skewers of kushiage (fried meat, fish and vegetables) are counterbalanced by small,...
Lonely Planet review
The bubbling amber water here contains minerals said to cure ailments. Ancient leaves that work their way up the pipes into the tub are reputed to be excellent for your skin. The bath is located down a small lane that is next to a shop with a green awning.