Tagged: tokyo

Harajuku – Ra.a.g.f. Rabbit Cafe

Tokyo is well known for its wide variety of cafes like Cat Cafes and Maid Cafes. However, as a huge bunny fan, Rabbit Cafe Ra.a.g.f. (Rabbit And Grow Fat) is the place to observe the most cutest fluff-balls on earth. You’re not allowed to pick up the cuties, but you...

Super Yosakoi Matsuri in Harajuku

Photos taken at the Super Yosakoi Matsuri in Harajuku. This is one of the biggest Yosakoi festivals in Tokyo, which takes place in summer. A large number of teams dancing together on different types of music in all sorts of costumes. All this adds up to unique and exciting experience! Go to...

Harajuku – Evangelion Store

This shop in Harajuku has a huge selection of Evangelion goods spread over over 2 floors. Clothes, home accessories, figurines, food and more! There is also a Art wall which is covered with Evangelion sketches, posters and other art. You’re allowed to make photos of all the products and goodies...

Kawagoe – Cat Cafe NekoYa

NekoYa is located in Kawagoe, which is a must see if you visit Japan. If you want to take a break after a day of sight-seeing around Kawagoe, how about visiting a Cat Cafe? Instead of staying 1 hour, you can also stay for just 10 minutes, which will cost you 150...

Squirrel Park Machida

This cute, spacey Squirrel Park in Machida is the perfect place to spend your Sunday afternoon. There are lots of squirrels and they all have their own cute, little house inside the park. They can run around freely which is perfect for making photos and for feeding which is 100...

New Radio Kaikan in Akihabara

Photos made at the opening of the new Radio Kaikan (July 2014). After it’s closure in 2011, New Radio Kaikan was completely rebuilt and now open to the public again! 10 floors filled with shops, which were scattered around Akihabara previously, and of course lots of new stuff as well!...

Gotokuji Temple – Cat invasion

Gotokuji Temple is the home of the well known Maneki Neko (“beckoning cat”)! There are several stories about the origin of the Maneki Neko, one of them is that  a wealthy feudal lord named Ii Naotaka was taking shelter under a tree near Gōtoku-ji temple (in Setagaya, Tokyo) during a...

Tokyo Sky Tree

Tokyo Sky Tree, located in Sumida – Tokyo, is a 634m tall, Observation Tower used for broadcasting. Besides the stunning view Tokyo Sky Tree offers, you can enjoy lots of shops, small museums and restaurants! There is also a Planetarium and an Aquarium. Tokyo Sky Tree is easy to reach by train...

Asakusa – Amusement Park Hanayashiki

Hanayashiki is the oldest Amusement Park in Japan! The park originally opened as a flower park in 1853 and slowly became an Amusement Park with about 20 attractions. It’s a charmingly decorated park, however keep in mind that it’s not that exciting for adults, as most of the attractions are build...