Tokyo Gallery collaborates with the Beijing–Tokyo Art Project, and shows challenging, often politically pointed works by Japanese and...
The Meiji-era Komparu-yu is a refreshing slice of Shitamachi (low city) in the midst of posh Ginza. This is a simple bathhouse without a...
This gallery in the basement of the Shiseido Parlour Café is more experimental than the cosmetics company thereof. An ever-changing...
The relocated Tokyo branch of this frosty international franchise imports ice from Lapland for the counters, walls and glasses. The...
If you can splurge on only one Tokyo sushi experience, make it this one. Established in 1936, Kyūbey’s quality and presentation have...
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In Tokyo, French restaurants are at the top of the culinary ladder, which is why it’s no small accolade that local gourmets consider L’Osier to be the best around. But if you wish to analyse the foie gras yourself, you’ll need to book as far as possible in advance since a table at L’Osier is a highly coveted commodity. However, once the wine hits your head and the food hits your lips, you’ll key into the art-deco-inspired surroundings and realise that Paris isn’t that far away after all.