Japan Travel and Sightseeing Insider

SIghtseeing and life guide for Japan by a Japanese father who has 5 boys. Covering Tokyo, Chiba, Ibaragi, Saitama, OKinawa area.

Archive List for Tokyo Area

Meiji Jingu, a sacred silence shinto shrine in Tokyo

One of the places I personally like among the many spots in Tokyo is Meiji Shrine. The Meiji Shrine is a shrine that enshrines the Emperor Meiji and Shogen Princess and was built in 1920. It marks the 100th anniversary of the Olympic year. Hatsumode is also known as a shrine that collects the number […]

Roppongi “Gonpachi” = the Kill Bill Restaurant in Tokyo

Do you know Roppongi “Gonpachi”? This restaurant is called as the Kill Bill Restaurant. Business hours: 11:30 to 3:30 The only drawback of this shop is that the location is far from the station. It will be access from Roppongi Station or Hiroo Station, but it will take about 10 minutes on foot each. There are […]

Shibamata things to do – Shibamata Taishakuten Temple, Shibamata Toy Musium, Shibamata Haikara Yokocho and etc

The other day, I went to Shibamata area with my family. Shibamata has many thing to do and to go. Where is Shibamata? Shibamata area is located at the east north of Tokyo. parking log of Shibamata park is recommended if you go to Shibamata sightseeing by car Shibamata park’s parking lot is recommended if you […]

Asakusa Sensoji Temple in Tokyo for local sightseeing

I recently went to sightseeing in Asakusa Sensoji with my American friend. Asakusa Senjoji Temple facts and history Asakusa Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo located in Asakusa, Taito-Ku, Tokyo. The mountain is Mt. The main sanctuary is the Holy Kanseon. Originally belonging to the Tendai sect, it became independent in 1950 and […]

Climbed the observatory of Tokyo Sky Tree

A sunny weekend, the university’s classmate living in California came to Japan on business, so I went to Tokyo SkyTree with him. Since I came from Matsudo area, I get off at Sky Tree Station. If you come from Tokyo visit, you can also go from Oshigami station. For some reason, Tokyo is hiragana “tokyo”. […]