Paople call Kagurazaka 'Little Paris' or 'Little Kyoto fo Tokyo' for having cute stores, nostalgic side streets with beautiful stone pavement, and many high-end restaurant and cool cafes.
Grown-up couples walk down on the street of Kagurazaka-Dori, and finish up the date at an elegant French-Japanese restaurant or at a traditional Japanese restaurant. However, what we do here is enjoy the street food! In this blog, I will show you my favorite street food spots in Kagurazaka.
There are many different kinds of izakaya chains (drinking dinner restaurants) that seem very cheap but you don't know for sure they are good. To be honest, they are hit-and-miss. So in this blog, I will share with you MY top 5 go-to cheap Izakaya that actually taste decent.
If you are a budget traveler coming to Tokyo, expensive tour guides may not be your choice. But good news to y’all! There are volunteer tour guides in Japan! In this blog, you will learn 6 FREE TOUR GUIDE IN TOKYO.
Have you heard of Uni Festival in Ginza? It’s an $125 Exclusive Uni dinner course in Ginza Sushi Restaurant and it is so hard to get into. We finally got a seats so we will share our experience with you guys!