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Tokyo Travel Guide

About Tokyo

Tokyo is a unique city, paradoxically steeped in ancient tradition and defined by innovation, creativity, and progressiveness. Here, old and new weave together into one vibrant and eclectic tapestry that features everything from nightlife in Tokyo to festivals in Tokyo, and more. Embarking on a Tokyo adventure allows you to explore this dynamic city’s rich cultural heritage and cutting-edge experiences.

This dynamic metropolis runs like clockwork, is perfectly organized, and operates like a hectic yet shockingly efficient machine while continuing to exist as a hub for mind-body healing.

Sprouting fervently from Japan’s roots and characterized by a range of ancient holistic wellness practices is a new age of health and wellness in Tokyo, represented by luxurious modern spas, elegant 5-star retreats, and foreigner-friendly cultural experiences unlike any other.

Tokyo exists today as a true mecca for sustainable wellness tourism and presents limitless possibilities for physical and emotional restoration — it’s the ideal starting point for embarking on an unforgettable adventure. You just have to know where to find the right locations amidst the fast-paced buzz of this infamous city.

How many days in Tokyo should you book for an unforgettable adventure? It depends on how much you want to take advantage of, as there are endless opportunities, and one could truly spend a lifetime exploring the city.

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Best Time To visit

The best time to visit Tokyo is in the Spring, because the sakura, or cherry blossoms, bloom at this time. Travel between late March and early April to participate in hanami, or “flower-viewing.” Expect less humid, cool weather and be aware that prices for accommodation during this popular season will be higher and attractions will be more crowded. For those who prioritize warmer weather, coming in the summer months may be a better experience. Some visitors choose this time of year due to the plethora of festivals in Tokyo throughout the season.


What to expect

Tokyo can seem like an entirely different world even to Japanese natives. It’s exceedingly clean, endlessly exciting, and modern. It’s luxurious and cosmopolitan, overwhelming travelers with its brightly lit towers and unmatched energetic vibe. But despite Tokyo’s fast-paced nature, this city has many wellness-centric experiences to offer. Here, health-focused travelers can enjoy a wide range of enlivening Eastern treatments, mind-body therapies, and natural remedies applied with time-honored techniques. Visitors should expect everything from the ancient practice of forest bathing, shinrin-yoku, to modern and innovative skincare approaches using futuristic technologies. 

Japan has incredible organic restaurants, sustainable and long-standing cultural traditions, and one of the longest average life expectancy rates in the world. We recommend taking full advantage of the holistically restorative rituals, culinary experiences, and novel approaches to health available only in its capital city.


Things to know

  • Safety: Japan is one of the safest countries in the world, and Tokyo is consistently ranked as one of the top ten safest cities across the globe. This capital is comforting for female solo travelers, offering female-only cars on some trains and specialized housing options for solo women.
  • Popular Sites: In Tokyo, visitors can savor the healing natural environment surrounding the buzzy capital, participate in a plethora of cultural experiences, and enjoy sprawling and beautiful neighborhoods such as: sophisticated and luxurious Akasaka or relaxing and artistic Ebisu & Meguro. Travelers love popular sites such as:
  • Historic Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines like the well-known Meiji Jingu Shrine, located in a green forest in the Harajuku area.
  • Famous modern buildings like the Tokyo Skytree, a structure in the Sumida area that boasts the title of tallest tower in the world. 
  • Japanese gardens: find three separate gardens at Shinjuku Gyoen, a park in Shinjuku and Shibuya.
  • Popular Dishes: Expect an endless array of freshly caught fish, intentionally prepared dishes, and sustainably sourced organic ingredients in the high caliber natural restaurants. Here are a few dishes commonly found in Tokyo:
  • Sushi: limitless combinations featuring sushi (vinegar) rice, raw or cooked fish, and an array of other ingredients.
  • Soba: thin noodles made from buckwheat, served cold with a dipping sauce or hot as part of a soup.
  • Miso Soup: fermented soybean soup with dashi stock.
  • Unagi: freshwater eel, eaten over rice or with sushi.
  • Yakitori: grilled chicken on a skewer.
  • Language: Japanese is a difficult language that features three alphabets with characters  — hiragana, katakana, and kanji — that look different from those in the English alphabet. The spoken version of Japanese is also hard to understand for English natives, but in the center of the city many vendors and service professionals (including luxury wellness providers) are more likely to speak English. Prepare yourself with these useful sayings:
  • Hello – (こんにちは) Konnichiwa  
  • Thank you – (ありがとうございます) Arigatou Gozaimasu 
  • Excuse me  – (すみません) Sumimasen 
  • I don’t understand Japanese  – (にほんごがわかりません) Nihongo ga wakarimasen 
  • Do you have an English menu (英語のメニューがありますか?) Eigo no menyuu ga arimasu ka?
  • Customs: The Japanese have specific conventions and social norms that can be perplexing for visitors. Tokyoites are more familiar with foreigners, but still follow many traditions that may surprise travelers. Prepare yourself by following their unspoken rules. Always being punctual, stay on the left side/pass on the right side of escalators, finish your entire meal, and slurp your noodles. Avoid pointing at people or things, being loud in public, refilling your own drink, tipping, sticking your chopsticks vertically into your bowl, (this resembles a traditional funeral ritual!), wearing shoes indoors, and eating and walking at the same time.
  • Time Zone: Tokyo follows Japan Standard Time” (JST), which throughout most of the year is 14 hours ahead of New York (EST) and 17 hours ahead of LA (PST). The time difference may be one hour shorter in the summertime due to the lack of Daylight Savings Time in Japan.
  • Voltage: The voltage most commonly found in Tokyo is 100V, lower than the standard in America. The design of Japanese plugs is similar to that of North American plugs, so when coming from North America some handheld appliances and electronic cables may work fine in Tokyo. But a voltage converter will be necessary for some appliances, such as hair dryers and electric heaters.

how to get around

Tokyo has one of the best transportation systems in the world, and using the uber-clean, safe, and quiet subways and trains is the best way to get around. These transportation methods are the most tourist-friendly and allow you to explore with efficient ease while seeing a lot more of the city. Travelers must purchase a prepaid IC card such as Suica or Icoca or buy a short-term ticket at a station.


where to stay

The Otemachi Tower, 1 Chome-5-6 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004

This hotel has amazing restoration offers such as onsen-style (naturally hot spring-fed) hot baths, a traditional Shinto purification ritual called the Misogi experience, seasonally inspired healing therapies,  . . . .

and holistic wellness assessments provided by experts.

2271 Inokashira, Fujinomiya 418-0108 Shizuoka Prefecture

This stunning wellness retreat is a more laid-back experience for those who want to truly immerse themselves in nature. Hitsuki Club is completely surrounded by forests, rivers, and breathtaking  . . . . 

views, places nature-based healing at the center of treatment programs, provides fresh and locally sourced cuisine, and even offers comprehensive educational wellness seminars.


Mandarin Oriental

2 Chome-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-8328, 

Mandarin Oriental is known for its exceptional service, impressive restaurants and bars, and award-winning spa. Guests love the integrated “Woods and Water” design concept and the in-house wellness  . . . .

center offering tons of treatments, from the immersive Sakura ritual to a pearl-infused remineralizing body scrub. 


8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-8283

Shangri-La Tokyo is a luxurious hotel known for its exquisite rooms and suites. This hotel was recognized as a Forbes Five-Star hotel in 2022, highlighting its high standards of hospitality and services.
Four Season Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo

1 Chome-2-1 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004

Park Hyatt Tokyo is a 5-star luxury hotel with an elegant oasis of calm space, providing guests with a serene environment amidst the bustling city. The hotel boasts 177 spacious rooms, . . .

3 Chome-7-1-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 163-1055

HOSHINOYA Tokyo is a luxury ryokan-style hotel that offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese hospitality with modern amenities and convenience. This hotel is designed as a towering ryokan, with each floor . . .

1 Chome-9-1 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004

HOSHINOYA Tokyo is a luxury ryokan-style hotel that offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese hospitality with modern amenities and convenience.This hotel is designed as a towering ryokan, . . .

with each floor functioning as a separate ryokan with its own Ochanoma lounge. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, featuring tatami floor mats, shoji paper screens, and deep soaking tubs. The design is an elegant fusion of classic Japanese aesthetics and contemporary comfort.

One of the highlights of this hotel is its rooftop hot spring, where you can soak while enjoying views of the Tokyo skyline. This hotel also has a restaurant that serves Nipponi cuisine, prepared using seasonal ingredients and traditional cooking methods.

In terms of location, this hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of several major attractions, including the Imperial Palace, the Marunouchi business district, and high-end shopping areas.

1 Chome-9-1 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004

Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo is a striking blend of art, fashion, and luxury that’s making waves in Tokyo’s famous skyscraper district. This 5-star hotel, part of the IHG Hotel group, is inspired by New York’s vibrant art . . .

and fashion scene, offering a creative and stylish vibe. In addition, this hotel is described as “bringing NY cool to the heart of Tokyo” by Forbes, and this sentiment seems to be shared by many. 

The hotel’s location is one of its biggest draws. Situated in the heart of Tokyo, it offers easy access to iconic sites like the Meiji Jingu Shrine and the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. It’s also conveniently located just a 7-minute walk from Shinjuku Station, making it an excellent choice for travelers looking to explore the city.

Where to Eat & Drink

1 Chome-1-14 Nezu, Bunkyo City, Tokyo 113-0031, Japan

This lesser-known, homey cafe offers set organic meals and cakes. Its menu features delicious, healthy, and vegan Japanese dishes. It’s also home to a vegan/vegetarian . . .

food shop.and holistic wellness assessments provided by experts.

1 Chome-22-12 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061

Cafe by day and bar by night, Italian & Organic Wine Bar SOYA is located in the Ginza shopping district and stocked with high-class, natural Italian wines. 

We recommend it for its clean and organic meals as well as the stellar service.

5 Chome-1-8 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001

Nestled in Neal’s Yard Green Square in Omotesando,  you’ll find a haven of wellness and sustainability – Brown Rice by Neal’s Yard Remedies. This gem of . . .

a restaurant has been serving up wholesome, traditional Japanese food since 2003.

The moment you step into Brown Rice, you are greeted by an all-natural wooden interior that radiates warmth and tranquility. The laid-back atmosphere is a welcome respite from the frenetic pace of city life outside. Their dishes are made with brown rice, soybeans, and vegetables, each dish is handmade with carefully selected ingredients. This restaurant takes immense pride in its commitment to healthy, organic vegan food, coffee, and tea, making it an ideal spot if you are seeking nourishment for both body and soul.

If you’re visiting the Omotesando/Harajuku area, make sure to carve out some time for lunch, afternoon tea, or some organic beverages at Brown Rice, as they are open daily from 11:30 am – 6 pm.


3-8-26, Minamiaoyama, Minatoku, Tokyo

Located in Minato, this organic restaurant stands as a shining example of sustainability and freshness. It boasts a bountiful array of locally sourced ingredients, carefully selected at the peak of their quality. . .

Upon entering this restaurant, you will immediately notice the atmosphere that echoes the restaurant’s organic ethos. It is a space where you can relax while enjoying their menu. 

If you are on a vegan diet, they offer from main courses to desserts and tea. They cater to various dietary needs without sacrificing flavor or presentation. Their menus are natural, free from pesticides, made with homemade fermented seasonings, and feature carefully raised meats. In addition to their delicious food, they serve natural wines and naturally grown teas. Gluten-free sweets are also available. 

They are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and open from Thursday to Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.


6 Chome-16-20 Daita, Setagaya City, Tokyo 155-0033

Tucked away in the charming backstreets of Shimokitazawa, this Food Therapy Diner Chabuzen. Known for its dedication to yakuza cuisine, this vegetarian and vegan-friendly menu includes Mukka-style . . .

curry and Mukka-style ramen.

With its slightly shabby yet cozy ambiance, the ambiance welcomes you into an intimate world of gastronomic delight. This restaurant is nostalgic with its gothic-looking coffee stand and cafe, located just a stone’s throw away from the North exit. It is the perfect place to unwind after a day exploring the bustling city of Tokyo.

Chabuzen’s extensive menu offers a variety of dishes, but it’s particularly celebrated for its organic ramen and gyoza. Each dish is meticulously prepared, showcasing the restaurant’s commitment to quality and taste. 

If you want to indulge in a unique dining experience while adhering to a vegan or vegetarian diet, Chabuzen is a destination not to be overlooked. They are closed every Monday and open every Tuesday and Sunday from 5 pm to 10 pm.

4 Ichigayadaimachi, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, 162-0066

Linio is a distinctive dining establishment located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. They have become renowned for their vegan options and are a top pick for those seeking organic and gluten-free meals. . .

The restaurant’s menu is diverse and caters to various dietary preferences. It is particularly noted for its organic and gluten-free offerings. Vegan-friendly options are also available, with five main dishes, desserts, and drinks. Notably, Linio can provide vegan sushi meals if preordered.

Aside from the vegan menu, they also offer a great selection of beers and organic wines. This makes it a perfect spot for a casual lunch or an evening out with friends.

Whether you’re a committed vegan or just someone looking for a wholesome, healthy meal, Linio is a must-try.

Japan, 〒160-0022 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Shinjuku, 2 Chome−5−8 志村ビル 4F

Kiboko, located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo, is a unique vegan restaurant and organic wine bar blend. Known for its daytime café ambiance, they offer a variety of vegan cuisine choices that are power-packed with nutrients. . . .

Their menu includes offerings like teriyaki skewers, curry, gyoza, a Spanish omelet, and a special lunch offering. Their wine bar, called KiboKo Organic Gallery & wine, offers a variety of organic wines that perfectly complement their vegan dishes.

The name ‘Kiboko’ comes from the Swahili word for ‘hippo,’ adding an exotic touch to this Shinjuku-based establishment. The aim of Kiboko is to make “working women” more beautiful through the use of vegetables and organic ingredients grown with soul by Japanese farmers. 

At Kiboko, you’ll find the perfect blend of nourishing vegan cuisine, exquisite organic wines, and a welcoming ambiance. It’s the ultimate haven for those seeking a refreshing experience in a relaxed and friendly setting.

6 Chome-31-10 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001

Opened in 2012, Eatrip is an organic restaurant in Harajuku’s center. It’s conveniently located within the bustling areas of Shibuya, Aoyama, Ebisu, and Meguro. With its rustic ambiance and stone path entrance, . . .

Eatrip offers a unique dining experience.

This restaurant is committed to the farm-to-table organic movement, with Chef Shiraishi Takayuki collaborating closely with farmers and winemakers to bring the freshest ingredients.

They offer a range of appetizers and desserts such as Amuse Bouche, a seasonal that is loaded with colorful seasonal vegetables, pasta, and a birthday cake while complementing their bio wines and non-alcoholic drinks.

If you want to savor their menu, they operate from Tuesday to Saturday for dinner (18:00-20:00) and Wednesday to Friday for lunch (12:00-14:00).

Japan, 〒150-0046 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Shoto, 1 Chome−28−11 髙田ビル 1F Pigeon

“We Are The Farm” is a unique restaurant chain with several locations in Tokyo, including Shibuya, Meguro, and Ebisu, that has made a name for itself with its dedication to organic, farm-to-table dining. . . .

This restaurant is popular for lunch due to its healthy-looking menu that strongly emphasizes its freshly harvested organic vegetables. Despite being health-oriented, the menu is designed to be hearty and satisfying. The fresh ingredients are sourced from their own farm in Chiba prefecture. This dedication to fresh, locally sourced produce not only supports local agriculture but also ensures a dining experience that is both healthy and incredibly flavorful.

The establishment is closed every Monday but open from Tuesday to Sunday, serving guests from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and later from 5:00 pm until 10:30 pm. Reservations are strongly encouraged to secure your experience.

So whether you’re craving the best bread in Tokyo or fancy a visit to their limited-time greenery-filled beer terrace and bakery café near Tokyo Station, “We Are The Farm” is the perfect choice for a memorable dining experience.

Japan, 〒150-0002 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Shibuya, 2 Chome−21−1 7F

Cosme Kitchen Adaptation is a popular restaurant in Tokyo known for its concept of clean eating and serving healthy, organic food. The restaurant focuses on providing delicious meals that are both good for the body . . .

and the mind. They offer a variety of dishes, including vegetable-based options, vegan, and gluten-free.

The restaurant also serves bio wine, cold-pressed juices, and desserts without white sugar. Another location is in Osaka located inside the Hanshin Department Store Umeda Main Store
,which is known as a trendy shopping district.

If you’re looking for a sustainable and health-conscious dining experience in Tokyo, Cosme Kitchen Adaptation is worth a visit. They are open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

  • Japan, 〒152-0004 Tokyo, Meguro City, Takaban, 2 Chome−21−10 学芸大スカイスクレーパー

Midorie Organic Restaurant is a haven if you are seeking fresh, healthy, and organic meals. Known for its cozy and minimalist ambiance, it sits comfortably in one of Tokyo’s quieter neighborhoods, Meguro, offering a . . .

respite from the bustling city life.

A standout feature of Midorie is its commitment to using clean, taste-packed, and organic ingredients. The restaurant directly sources seasonal seafood from fishermen and procures free-range chicken, ensuring every dish is as fresh and wholesome as possible.

The menu offers an array of vegan-friendly options, and their dishes showcase the natural flavors of their ingredients, thus providing a truly authentic and organic dining experience.

They also offer a takeout service and even deliver, making it a convenient choice if you prefer to enjoy your meals at home. They are closed every Monday, opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11:30 am to 3 pm and 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Japan, 〒106-0041 Tokyo, Minato City, Azabudai, 3 Chome−4−8 VKビル 1F

Organic Tokyo Indian Restaurant & Bar, located in the heart of Minato, Tokyo, is known for its authentic Indian cuisine and vibrant atmosphere.They take pride in its specialty – the Biryani, . . .

one of the world’s three major pilaf cuisines, which is famous. They are also brimming with various dishes catering to different tastes and dietary preferences.

If you are a vegan diner, this restaurant is a haven. They offer a plethora of vegan options, with each dish clearly labeled for customer convenience. The red curry, in particular, comes highly recommended. You can also request varying levels of spiciness to suit your palate.

1 Chome-1-10 Yokokawa, Sumida City, Tokyo 130-0003

Nestled on the edge of the picturesque Yokokawa Park, Sasaya Cafe in Sumida. This cafe boasts a tranquil setting just a few blocks away from the iconic Tokyo Skytree, offering a serene escape amidst the bustling city life. . .

At Sasaya Cafe, they focus on crafting delicious, fresh, and wholesome meals that celebrate the bounty of natural and traditional ingredients. Their menu features a tempting array of vegan dishes, with the only non-vegan item being honey. One of their standout dishes is the tempeh cutlets served in curry, sandwich, or brown rice, a testament to the cafe’s commitment to innovative and exciting plant-based cuisine. This cafe, which was thoughtfully renovated from a warehouse, amplifies its charm with its commitment to sustainability, and all ingredients are locally sourced.

They are open from 8:30 AM to 6 PM, making it an ideal spot if you are looking for a hearty breakfast, a leisurely lunch, or a late afternoon snack.

Japan, 〒107-0052 Tokyo, Minato City, Akasaka, 9 Chome−7−4 東京ミッドタウン ガーデンテラス 1F

Tucked away in the Midtown Tower, Napule Tokyo Midtown is an Italian-Japanese culinary gem that effortlessly combines the warmth and richness of Italian cuisine with Japan’s subtle, sophisticated flavors. . . 

This fascinating fusion restaurant is situated amidst the vibrant cityscape of Akasaka, Minato, providing a serene retreat from the city’s fast-paced rhythm.

Their menu is a celebration of Italian cuisine with a Japanese twist. The dishes are made with fresh, high-quality ingredients and prepared with care and attention to detail.

One of the must-try specialties of the restaurant is the pizza. The pizzas are made with a wood-fired oven and topped with a variety of fresh and flavorful ingredients, such as mozzarella cheese, San Marzano tomatoes, and imported Italian meats and cheeses.

Another must-try is the pasta. The pasta is made fresh daily and served with a variety of delicious sauces, such as pesto, carbonara, and tomato sauce.

If you are searching for unique flavors or looking to enjoy a leisurely meal in a tranquil setting, Napule Tokyo Midtown is a place you shouldn’t miss when in Tokyo.

Japan, 〒150-0046 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Shoto, 1 Chome−28−11 髙田ビル 1F Pigeon

Floresta Kōenji is a popular donut shop located in Koenji neighborhood that specializes in organic donuts. They are known for its trendy and laid-back atmosphere. The donuts are made with all-natural ingredients, . . .

including organic flour, eggs, milk, and sugar. They are also free of artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives.

This shop also offers a wide variety of donut flavors, including classic favorites like chocolate and vanilla, as well as more unique flavors like matcha, black sesame, and yuzu. Floresta Kōenji also offers a variety of seasonal donut flavors, such as cherry blossom in the spring and pumpkin in the fall.

In addition to donuts, they also serves a variety of other sweet treats, such as cookies, muffins, and cakes. The shop also has a full coffee and tea menu.
If you are donut lover or looking for pastry treat that is guilt free then Floresta Kōenji is a must-try to satisfy your palate. They are open daily from 10 am to 8 pm and conveniently located in Shopping district.

2-16-10 Mmaple Farm, Jiyugaoka, Meguro 152-0035 Tokyo Prefecture

Bareburger is a popular organic restaurant chain with two locations in Tokyo; Jiyugaoka, Meguro,and in Ginza. They are known for its delicious and healthy burgers, made with fresh, organic ingredients. . . .

Their menu features a variety of burgers to choose from, including beef, chicken, turkey, and vegan options. The burgers are made with fresh, organic patties that are cooked to order. You can also choose from a variety of toppings and cheeses to customize your burger to your liking.

In addition to burgers, they also offer a variety of other menu items, such as salads, sides, and desserts. The salads are made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, and the sides include options such as fries, onion rings, and sweet potato fries. The desserts include options such as milkshakes, ice cream sundaes, and brownies.

So, if you’re looking for a delicious and healthy burger in Tokyo, Bareburger Organic Restaurant is a great option.

Japan, 〒163-1401 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, Tokyo Opera City Tower 1F

Le Pain Quotidien is a Belgian bakery and restaurant chain with over 260 locations around the world, including several in Tokyo. They are known for its fresh-baked bread, pastries, and organic ingredients. . . .

Their first location in Tokyo opened in 2005, and the chain has since grown to include several locations in different parts of the city, including Shinjuku, Midtown, and Shiba Park.

They offer a wide variety of menu items, from breakfast classics like eggs, Benedict, and pancakes to lunch and dinner options like salads, sandwiches, and pasta dishes. The menu also features a number of seasonal items, such as the summer watermelon salad and the winter pumpkin soup.

In addition to its food, they are also known for its warm and inviting atmosphere. The restaurants are typically decorated with rustic wooden furniture and antique accents, and the staff is friendly and attentive.

If you are looking for a delicious and healthy meal in Tokyo, Le Pain Quotidien is a great option with its fresh-baked bread, organic ingredients, and a wide variety of menu items.

The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Tokyo Shiodome 1F 1-6-3 Higashi Shinbashi, Minato-ward, Tokyo

CHAYA Natural & Wild Table is located in Yurakucho, Tokyo, Japan, and offers a unique dining experience that combines Japanese cuisine with the wild and natural flavors of the world. The restaurant uses only . . . .

seasonal ingredients, and the menu changes frequently to reflect the availability of the freshest produce. The interior is designed to create a relaxed and inviting atmosphere, with natural wood and stone accents and a large open kitchen where you can watch the chefs prepare the customer’s meals.

Their customizable lunch set stands out. This meal offers a personalized dining experience with a choice of side dishes. The dishes are gluten- and chemical seasoning-free, catering to various dietary preferences, including vegetarian and vegan.

The Pescatarian menu is another highlight, featuring fresh fish and vegan food prepared following macrobiotic principles. The meals, pastries, and bakery goods are all crafted with an eye for detail and a commitment to healthful eating.

Japan, 〒160-0022 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Shinjuku, 3 Chome−14−1 伊勢丹新宿本館 7F

Green Italian TORCIA is an organic restaurant located on the 7th floor of the Isetan Department Store in Shinjuku. They offer a wide variety of Italian dishes made with fresh, organic ingredients. . . .

This restaurant has a casual and relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place to enjoy a meal with friends or family. The menu features a variety of dishes, including appetizers, pasta, pizza, and main courses. There is also a selection of vegan and gluten-free options available.

Some of the most popular dishes at Green Italian TORCIA include the organic tomato and basil pizza, the vegan carbonara, and the grilled salmon with organic vegetables. The restaurant also has a full bar, serving a variety of wines, beers, and cocktails.

They are open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Reservations are recommended, especially on weekends.

If you’re looking for a delicious and organic Italian meal in Shinjuku, Green Italian TORCIA is the place to go.

Japan, 〒105-8333 Tokyo, Minato City, Higashishinbashi, 1 Chome−6−3 ザ ロイヤルパークホテル アイコニック 東京汐留 1階

CHAYA Macrobi Shiodome is a beloved destination for vegetarians and vegans. Located on the ground floor of The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Tokyo Shiodome, this restaurant has made a name for itself with . . . .

its dedication to macrobiotic principles.

The menu at Cafe CHAYA Macrobi Shiodome is diverse, catering to a wide range of dietary preferences. They offer a pescatarian menu along with vegan food, using macrobiotic principles to create balanced, nutritious meals. In addition to main dishes, the cafe also serves pastries and baked goods, which means you can indulge your sweet tooth without straying from a health-conscious diet.

The restaurant’s commitment to quality and healthy options has not gone unnoticed. It is included in the list of Tokyo’s top 10 best vegan restaurants in 2023. You can enjoy their offerings from 11 am – 10 pm.

Japan, 〒950-0088 Niigata, Chuo Ward, Bandai, 1 Chome−1−26 万代ビル 1F

Cafe CHAYA Macrobi Bandai is a macrobiotic restaurant located in Bandai, Niigata, Japan. It is a popular spot for people looking for healthy and delicious food and is especially popular among women and families. . . .

The restaurant uses a variety of fresh, organic ingredients in its dishes and avoids using animal meat, eggs, dairy, refined sugar, and chemical seasonings. Instead, it focuses on using traditional Japanese ingredients such as organic brown rice, seasonal vegetables, beans, and seaweed.

The restaurant has a warm and inviting atmosphere, and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They are also conveniently located near Nigata Station, making it easy to get to.

Japan, 〒144-0041 Tokyo, Ota City, Hanedakuko, ターミナル1 南ウイング 出発ゲート

CHAYA Cafe Organic Coffee & Bread is a cafe located in the Haneda Airport Terminal 1, South Wing, 2nd floor. It is operated by CHAYA Macrobiotics, a Japanese company that specializes in macrobiotic cuisine. The cafe . . .

offers a variety of organic coffee and bread, as well as other healthy and delicious food and drink options.

The cafe’s menu includes a variety of coffee drinks, such as espresso, cappuccino, and latte, all made with organic coffee beans. There are also a variety of teas, smoothies, and juices available. For food, the cafe offers a variety of sandwiches, salads, and bowls, all made with fresh, organic ingredients. There are also vegan and gluten-free options available.

In addition to its food and drink offerings, it also sells a variety of Macrobiotics products, such as organic coffee beans, tea, and snacks. 

This cafe is a great place to stop for a quick and healthy meal or snack before or after your flight.

5 Chome-32-14 Minamikarasuyama, Setagaya City, Tokyo 157-0062, Japan

POF Bakery has built a reputation for offering all-organic bread. This bakery is renowned for its meticulous approach to baking. They incorporate organic ingredients into their breads, ensuring that customers enjoy . . .

the health benefits of organic food.

This bakery is known for its sourdough creations made with fresh, organic ingredients. POF also offers a variety of other breads, including shokupan (Japanese milk bread), rye bread, and bread with sweet raisins.

Whether you crave classic bread or seek something more unique, this bakery welcomes you from Wednesday to Sunday, operating between 12 pm and 8 pm with closure on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Minamiaoyama Garden Court, 2 Chome-6-15 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo, 107-0062

Sustainable Kitchen ROSY is committed to sustainability. They use organic ingredients, source food from local farmers, and minimize waste. ROSY also strongly emphasizes community and strives to create a . . .

welcoming space where people can come together to enjoy delicious food and good company.

The restaurant’s menu features a variety of dishes, including meat, fish, vegetarian, and vegan options. All the dishes are made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and carefully prepared. They also have a wide selection of wines and beers, including many organic and local options.

In addition to its focus on sustainability and community, they are also known for its warm and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant is housed in a renovated traditional Japanese house, and the interior features a mix of modern and traditional elements. 

The staff at ROSY is friendly and knowledgeable, and they are always happy to help guests choose the perfect meal and wine.

Ginza Six 6F, 6 Chome-10-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

Eataly is a fusion of two words: ‘Eat’ and ‘Italy,’ which incorporates Italian food culture. It is situated on the sixth floor of the luxurious Ginza Six shopping center and has 40 stores in Italy. The restaurant’s interior design . . .

reflects the elegance and sophistication associated with both Italy and the Ginza district.

The main restaurant at Eataly is called LA PASTA e LA PIZZA, and it serves classic Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza, and risotto. There is also a grill restaurant called LA GRIGLIA, which serves grilled meats and seafood. For a more casual dining experience, visitors can try the LA PIAZZETTA aperitivo and wine bar. 

In addition, they provide educational seminars and workshops, making it a place to “eat, shop, and learn.

Whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo or seeking to immerse yourself in Italian culture, Eataly offers a unique experience that combines the best of both worlds.

2 Chome-1-1 Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-8328, Japan

Nestled on the 38th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, you’ll discover an Italian gem that’s making waves in the culinary world – The Pizza Bar on 38th. Its accolades speak volumes, from being named Asia-Pacific’s . . .

best pizzeria in the 2023 50 Top Pizza ranking to earning the Michelin Guide Tokyo Bib Gourmand 2023.

The menu features a variety of organic pizzas, including classic options like Margherita and Pepperoni, as well as more creative options like the Burrata and Prosciutto pizza. The restaurant also offers a selection of appetizers, salads, and desserts.

You’re transported to Italy with a Tokyo twist when you step into this pizza bar. The ambiance is a blend of cozy and chic, featuring an intimate 8-seat counter that offers a front-row seat to the culinary theatrics of the open kitchen. The panoramic views of Tokyo from this lofty perch are nothing short of spectacular, adding to the unique dining experience.

Japan, 〒107-0062 Tokyo, Minato City, Minamiaoyama, 2 Chome−27−18 AOYAMA M’s TOWER(青山エムズタワ パサージュ青山2F

Ristorante Aqua Pizza is an Italian restaurant located in the Gaienmae/Aoyama-Itchome district of Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 1990 by Chef Yoshimi Hidaka, who has over 40 years of experience . . .

in Italian cuisine. The restaurant is known for using high-quality Japanese ingredients and authentic Italian dishes.

The name “Aqua Pazza” means “crazy water” in Italian, and it refers to the restaurant’s signature dish, which is a stew of fresh fish cooked in tomato sauce and white wine. The fish is typically steamed or grilled and served with a side of crusty bread.

In addition to Aqua Pazza, the restaurant also offers a variety of other Italian dishes, such as pasta, risotto, and meat and seafood dishes. The menu changes seasonally to reflect the availability of fresh ingredients.

The restaurant has a warm and inviting atmosphere, with elegant décor and comfortable seating, and it has been featured in numerous travel guides and magazines.

1 Chome-17-22 Meguro, Meguro City, Tokyo 153-0063, Japan

Locale is a unique farm-to-table restaurant nestled in the Meguro ward of Tokyo, Japan. Owned and operated by American chef Katy Cole, Locale is renowned for its dedication to sourcing directly from . . .

small farmers and producers around the country, showcasing the best of local Japanese produce.

At Locale, Chef Cole’s dedication to freshness and quality is reflected in the meticulously crafted menu. The offerings are thoughtfully curated daily based on the finest locally sourced ingredients. Their divine banana pancakes notably showcase the eatery’s unwavering commitment to simple yet exquisite flavors. Transporting a hint of European culinary charm to the heart of Tokyo, this restaurant offers a truly unique dining experience.

Operating from Wednesday to Sunday, Locale remains closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

4 Chome-18-12 Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo 108-0074

Kimitan House is a renowned vegan and macrobiotic cafe. It is particularly celebrated for its set meals consisting of a main dish, rice, soup, salad, single plates, and organic offerings. Many have recognized . . .

them as one of Tokyo’s most delicious organic vegan restaurants.

They also recently made it to Minato’s list of newly added vegan and organic restaurants, highlighting its commitment to providing fresh, wholesome, and plant-based meals.

Apart from its scrumptious food, Kimitan House is also known for its warm and inviting ambiance, making it a great place to enjoy a meal. Whether you’re a vegan or just someone who enjoys good food, Kimitan House is definitely worth a visit when in Tokyo.

1 Chome-22-12 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061

Italian & Organic Wine Bar is a highly-rated restaurant located in the heart of Tokyo, Japan. This restaurant has garnered a reputation for its delightful fusion of Italian cuisine and organic wine. . . 

They are known for using seasonal natural ingredients in creating dishes based on traditional Italian recipes that complement their selection of natural wines. This combination of well-prepared food and high-quality wine has made it a popular destination.

Their dedication to using organic and seasonal ingredients aligns with a growing interest in sustainable dining. By focusing on natural food and wine, the restaurant is contributing to a broader movement towards healthier and more environmentally friendly eating practices.

Whether you’re looking for a place to enjoy a quiet dinner or planning a night out with friends, SOYA Ginza offers an environment that is both relaxing and engaging.

Japan, 〒171-0031 Tokyo, Toshima City, Mejiro, 2 Chome−39−1 トラッド目白 2階

Racine Organic is a distinguished bistro situated in the Mejiro district of Toshima City, Tokyo. This restaurant is renowned for its organic and sustainable practices, offering a simple and delightful menu. . . .

It’s a reservation-only establishment, emphasizing its exclusivity and commitment to providing a personalized dining experience.

One of the unique aspects of Racine Organic is its direct sourcing of organic vegetables from producers. This farm-to-table approach ensures the freshness and quality of their dishes, contributing to a healthier and more sustainable food system.

This restaurant also operates a bakery, which offers freshly baked goods every day at 10 am. This adds another dimension to their service, as you can enjoy fresh bread and pastries along with their meals.

Japan, 〒150-0033 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Sarugakucho, 20−11 B1F

Bombay Bazar is a popular organic cafe in the Daikanyama neighborhood of Tokyo. It is known for its eclectic mix of furniture and decor and its wide variety of menu items made with safe and . . .

delicious ingredients, such as pesticide-free and organic vegetables and grains and additive-free seasonings.

The cafe has a relaxed and inviting atmosphere and is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee or a meal with friends. The menu features a variety of dishes, including curries, salads, sandwiches, and desserts. The curries are particularly popular and are made with a variety of fresh vegetables and spices.

Bombay Bazar is also known for its commitment to sustainability. The cafe uses solar power and recycles as much as possible. It also sources its ingredients from local farmers and suppliers whenever possible.

3-27-5 Shibuya, Shibuya 150-0002 Tokyo Prefecture

Tucked away in the bustling streets of Shibuya, Tokyo, lies a verdant oasis of organic goodness—Yaffa Organic Cafe. This restaurant is a pioneer in Tokyo’s slow food trend; this trendy cafe offers a . . .

full spectrum of healthy dishes.

The moment you step into Yaffa Organic Cafe, you’ll be greeted by its warm and inviting ambiance. The decor is tastefully done, with a perfect blend of modern and rustic elements that add to its charm. The open terrace is a delightful surprise, offering a refreshing change from the usual indoor dining experience.

As you browse through their extensive menu, you’ll notice that every dish is thoughtfully curated and presented. Whether you’re a vegetarian or simply someone who appreciates good food, you’ll find a plethora of options to choose from. Each dish is pleasing to the eye and a feast for the palate.

One of the highlights of Yaffa Organic Cafe is its commitment to sustainability. Every ingredient used is organic, guaranteeing that each dish is packed with natural flavors and nutrients. Their weekday lunch offerings come in generous portions, ensuring that you’ll leave satisfied and nourished.

Japan, 〒101-0041 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Kanda Sudacho, 2 Chome−8−19, Palet Dor Kanda, 101号

Nestled in Chiyoda City’s Kanda Sudacho district, this quaint and cozy restaurant is more than just a culinary destination; it’s a celebration of organic agriculture and sustainable living. . . .

The showroom of Ome Farm is a renowned farm located in Ome, West Tokyo. Known for producing the finest quality seasonal organic vegetables and pure raw honey, Ome Farm is a testament to sustainable farming practices that prioritize quality over quantity.

Their kitchen is run by a dedicated team committed to spreading healthy and delicious food in Tokyo. Their dishes are a harmonious blend of traditional Japanese flavors and innovative culinary techniques, all created with fresh, seasonal produce sourced directly from their farm and other friendly farms across Japan.

A visit to Ome Farm Kitchen is akin to taking an hour’s train ride from Shinjuku to the lush nature of Ome, a rural community nestled amid the foothills and mountains of western Tokyo.

Japan, 〒150-0033 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Sarugakucho, 20−11 B1F

Vegan Ramen UZU Tokyo, a celebrated dining experience originally from Kyoto, redefines ramen culture with innovative vegan offerings. Nestled in the plaza of teamLab Planets in Toyosu, this . . .

unique eatery invites guests to savor sumptuous vegan ramen amidst an immersive art installation.

This restaurant brings to the table a deeply flavored vegan soup that’s been slow-cooked for 12 hours. The base of this delectable soup is kelp from Raus and shiitake mushrooms, resulting in a rich, complex broth full of umami. Their Vegan MISO Ramen UZU style is a crowd favorite. Every dish is crafted with care, using only the highest quality plant-based ingredients. The result is a bowl of ramen that’s as nourishing as it is delicious.

They also offer specialty teas and ice cream for dessert, perfect for those looking for a sweet finish to their meal. Each sip of their tea and each spoonful of their ice cream is a testament to the restaurant’s commitment to delivering a holistic dining experience that’s mindful of the environment and our health.

2 Chome-9-8 Tsukiji, 中央区 Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan

This intimate dining establishment, named after the legendary Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, is a testament to the long history of Japan’s food culture. The restaurant’s dedication to its . . .

ancestors’ wisdom, ingenuity, and effort is evident in its exquisite menu and warm, inviting ambiance.

At Kurosawa, you can indulge in the flavors of authentic Teppanyaki cuisine, a style of cooking that has been captivating food lovers for centuries. One of the Kurosawa menu stars is the dry-aged wagyu from the highly regarded Japanese Black beef breed. Each cut of this delectable meat is meticulously selected and prepared. For a truly unique experience, try the marbled meat from rare black pigs raised on sweet potatoes in the open fields of Kagoshima. It’s a mouthwatering journey through Japan’s diverse culinary landscape that you won’t soon forget.

5-10-17 2F Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062

Parlor 8ablish has made a name for itself in the world of vegan and gluten-free baked goods without no refined sugar. This establishment is conveniently . . .

located near Omotesando station Exit B1 and a short walk from Shibuya Station and Aoyama Gakuin University, making it easily accessible to everyone.

This restaurant offers a range of delectable treats, including cakes, cookies, muffins, and even vegan ice cream takeaways. Their cakes are particularly noteworthy, enticing passersby with their homemade appeal. Besides sweets, they also offer organic and pesticide-free vegetable and grain salads. The establishment’s dedication to providing healthy vegan options extends to their lunch sets, which have been praised for nourishing both body and soul. 

Whether you’re a vegan or not, Parlor 8ablish in Tokyo offers a unique dining experience with its wide range of products and treats, making it a must-visit destination for everyone.

Green Michelin Restaurants

8 Chome-8-3 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061

Faro is a Michelin restaurant located in Ginza, Tokyo, perched on the 10th floor of Tokyo’s iconic Shiseido building. “Faro” means “Lighthouse,” and this restaurant truly shines its light on a new era of dining in Ginza.

Their menu is innovative and creative, offering a rich blend of Italian cuisine infused with the richness of Japan’s topography. A standout feature of Faro is its plant-forward dining approach, which showcases the elegance and diversity of plant-based dishes. It even offers a vegan degustation of 10 courses, catering to a broad range of dietary preferences. They are closed every Monday and Sunday but open from 6 am to 11 pm on the remaining days.

With its excellent food, innovative menus, and prime location, Faro stands out as a must-visit restaurant in Tokyo.

1-20-3 Higashiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0044

Crony means “permanent tea-drinking friend” and is a Michelin-starred restaurant situated in Higashi Azabu, Minato. This two-star venue has been recognized for its excellent cooking in the 2023 edition of the . . .

MICHELIN Guide. The restaurant offers an intriguing blend of French cuisine with influences from Scandinavia and North America, and all applied to Japanese ingredients. 

In addition to its two Michelin stars, Crony has been awarded a Green Star in the 2023 edition of the Michelin Guide Tokyo. This recognition is given to establishments that are distinguished by their sustainable practices.

This restaurant operates six days a week, is closed on Sundays, and offers dinner service.  A meal at Crony typically costs around 22,000 yen per person and a wine pairing for (7 glasses) is ¥13,200.

Minamiaoyama Garden Court, 2 Chome-6-15 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo, 107-0062

Narisawa is a renowned restaurant nestled in the Aoyama neighborhood, offering a serene dining experience away from the city’s hustle and bustle. The restaurant is situated on the ground floor of an office building,  . . .

providing a relaxing ambiance in an otherwise busy area.

The minimalist interior design, replete with subdued lighting and sleek lines, lets the food take center stage.

They served an “omakase-style,” which means the dishes are carefully selected, such as vegan, vegetarian, free from allergies for any dietary restrictions, and perfect for macrobiotic diets. These culinary offerings pay homage to satoyama culture, a product of harmony between humans and nature, and they are committed to sustainability and locally sourced produce.

In addition, this restaurant has been awarded two Michelin stars and also recognized as Best Restaurant in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards.

If you are looking for something to satisfy your palate, they offer both lunch and dinner services. Lunch hours are from 12:00 to 14:30, while dinner is served from 17:30 to 20:00. However, it’s important to note that the restaurant remains closed on Sundays and Mondays.


B1F Hillcrest Hirakawacho, 2 Chome-5-7, Hirakawacho, Chiyoda City, Tokyo, 102-0093

Nœud.TOKYO is a one-star Michelin restaurant renowned for its high-quality cooking, as mentioned in the 2023 MICHELIN Guide Japan. It’s a French fine-dining establishment located in the heart of Chiyoda city. . . .

The restaurant stands out by harmonizing nature, seasons, and food, creating a unique dining experience that goes beyond just being “delicious.” It aims to offer “true deliciousness” to your mind. The term Nœud means “connection” in French, which reflects the restaurant’s philosophy of connecting people through food. They served various vegetarian and vegan dishes available.

If you want to indulge your day, reservation is a must for at least 3 business days in advance.  While the restaurant remains closed on Mondays and Sundays, it welcomes customers on other days.

Coffee + Tea

5 Chome-4-41 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062

Ayoma is conveniently located near Shibuya and boasts a selection of black and herbal teas. It’s inside a beautiful flower market that feels like a magical forest, with plants and vines lining the walls. 

This use of flora and fauna is reflected in their food menu, as well.

4 Chome-20-4 Kuramae, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0051, Japan

Nakamura Tea Life Store is a quaint tea store that sells organic Japanese tea. It is located in Kuramae, Tokyo. The store is family-run and has been in business since 1919. They produce . . .

and sell their own organic green tea, as well as tea accessories.

The store is known for its high-quality tea and its knowledgeable staff. They are happy to answer any questions you have about tea and can help you choose the perfect tea for your needs.

In addition to selling tea, Nakamura Tea Life Store also offers tea classes. These classes are a great way to learn more about Japanese tea and how to brew it properly.

If you are looking for a unique and authentic Japanese tea experience, Nakamura Tea Life Store is the perfect place for you. The store is open from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. They are closed on Mondays.

If you are driving, there is metered parking available nearby. The closest train station is Kuramae Station on the Toei Oedo Line.

Hagan Organic Coffee

3 Chome-7-21 Hirano, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0023, Japan

Hagan Organic Coffee is a coffee shop that serves organic coffee and light snacks. They have a variety of coffee drinks to choose from, as well as a selection of organic teas and juices.

They also offer a small menu with sandwiches, salads, and pastries.

They are committed to using only the highest quality organic ingredients. Their coffee beans are sourced from organic farms around the world, and they use organic milk, sugar, and other syrups in their drinks. They also offer a variety of organic snacks and pastries.

The coffee shop has a warm and inviting atmosphere, with comfortable seating and plenty of natural light. It’s a great place to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee with friends or colleagues.

If you are driving, there is metered parking available nearby. The closest train station is Kiba Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.

The store is open from 10:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. They are closed on Mondays.


5-11-13 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001

THE MATCHA TOKYO offers high-quality organic matcha in a casual and accessible way. Founded in 2018, the company is committed to providing matcha lovers with . . .

a delicious and healthy way to enjoy this traditional Japanese tea.

They are sourced from organic tea farms in Uji, Kyoto, which is known for producing some of the finest matcha in the world. The matcha is shade-grown and stone-ground, resulting in a rich and vibrant green powder with a smooth and mellow flavor.

In addition to its traditional matcha powder, they also offers a variety of matcha-based products, such as matcha lattes, matcha soft serve, and matcha desserts. The company also sells a range of matcha-infused foods, such as matcha cookies, matcha granola, and matcha chocolate.
With its commitment to quality, sustainability, and accessibility, THE MATCHA TOKYO is making it easier than ever for people to enjoy the many benefits of matcha.

Urth Caffé Shibuya, スクランブルスクエア店 B2F 2 Chome-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan

Urth Caffé is a popular coffee shop chain with locations all over the world, including Japan. The Daikanyama location is one of the most popular in Tokyo, and is located . . .

in a trendy neighborhood known for its fashion and art galleries. 

The cafe is known for its 100% organic coffee, which is roasted in-house. They also offer a variety of pastries, sandwiches, and salads. The interior of the cafe is stylish and modern, with a mix of wood and concrete. There is also a large outdoor terrace with views of the neighborhood.

Urth Caffé is a great place to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee or a bite to eat. It is also a popular spot for people watching.

Here are some of the things you can expect to find at Urth Caffé:

  • A wide variety of 100% coffee drinks, including espresso, lattes, cappuccinos, and more.
  • A selection of teas, including black tea, green tea, and herbal tea.
  • A variety of pastries, including croissants, muffins, and cakes.
  • Sandwiches and salads for lunch or dinner.

The store is open daily from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. So, If you are looking for a great cup of coffee in a stylish setting, Urth Caffé is a great option.

3 Chome-1-12 Matsugaya, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0036

Nestled within the Asakusa district, this cafe invites patrons to immerse themselves in the captivating aroma of freshly brewed specialty coffee, the soothing . . .

touch of handcrafted ceramics, and the serene ambiance of a minimalist space.

Upon stepping through the understated entrance, one is greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere. The interior is adorned with natural elements, such as exposed wood and stone, creating a sense of connection to the earth. Soft lighting casts a gentle glow, while calming music plays softly in the background.

In addition to coffee, Sensing Touch, they also offers a selection of organic teas, matcha, and other beverages. Each drink is carefully crafted to complement the cafe’s tranquil atmosphere.

They also have a collection of handcrafted ceramics on display. Each piece is unique, showcasing the artistry and craftsmanship of local artisans. The cafe also hosts regular exhibitions featuring the work of up-and-coming artists.

If you are seeking a respite from the chaos of Tokyo, Sensing Touch of Earth is a must-visit.

Organic Markets

5-chōme-53-70 Jingūmae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

The Tokyo Area Farmers’ Markets are interspersed throughout the city and feature a variety of natural and local goods. Head over on the . . .

weekend between 10am-4pm to browse the diverse offerings from the range of vendors. 

4-1-3 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Serie Building 1F With 15 Locations in Japan

Natural Food F&F is a grocery store chain with many locations that stocks only pesticide-free, clean, and organic foods that you can source to . . .

make your own meals and get a true sense of life in Japan.

io c’ Bon Azabu Juban, 1階 2 Chome-9-2 Azabujuban, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0045, Japan

Bio c’ Bon is a French organic supermarket chain that offers a wide variety of organic and natural foods. Their offerings include: . . .

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Juices and beverages
  • Organic meals or snacks
  • Deli and prepared foods
  • Pantry and cooking essentials
  • Frozen and chilled foods
  • Bulk bins of dried grains and nuts
  • Natural body care products

Bio c’ Bon is committed to providing high-quality organic products that are both delicious and healthy. They source their products from around the world, and they are always looking for new and innovative ways to bring organic food to their customers.

In addition to their commitment to quality, Bio c’ Bon is also committed to sustainability. They are working to reduce their environmental impact by using eco-friendly packaging and by sourcing their products from local suppliers whenever possible.

If you are looking for a great place to buy organic food in Tokyo, Bio c’ Bon is the perfect place for you. With their wide variety of products and their commitment to quality and sustainability, Bio c’ Bon is sure to have everything you need to live a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle.


Natural House Shimokitazawa, 2 Chome-26-3 Kitazawa, Setagaya City, Tokyo 155-0031, Japan

Natural House is a Japanese organic food and natural cosmetics store chain headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 1979 and has over . . .

140 stores across Japan. The store sells a wide variety of organic food products, including 

  • condiments 
  • snacks
  • beverages
  • supplements
  • fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, nuts, and seeds 

They also sells a wide variety of natural cosmetics products, including skincare, haircare, body care, and makeup products.

Natural House is known for its commitment to quality and sustainability. All of its products are certified organic and are made with natural ingredients. The store also sources its products from local farmers and producers whenever possible. 

In addition to its commitment to quality and sustainability, they also known for its commitment to customer service. The store’s staff are knowledgeable about organic food and natural cosmetics and are always happy to help customers find the products they are looking for.

The store’s wide variety of products and its commitment to quality and sustainability make it a great choice for people who are looking to live a healthier and more eco-friendly lifestyle.

Japan, 〒160-8321 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, 1 Chome−1−4 京王百貨店新宿店 8F リフレピア売場

Natural Food F & F is a Japanese health food store located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It is known for its wide selection of natural and organic foods, including groceries, . . .

supplements, and cosmetics. The store also has a cafe that serves healthy meals and drinks.

This shop is a popular destination for people who are looking for healthy and natural food options. The store is committed to providing high-quality products that are free from artificial ingredients, preservatives, and additives.

In addition to its wide selection of products, they also offers a variety of services, such as nutrition counseling and cooking classes. The store’s staff is knowledgeable about healthy eating and can provide customers with advice on how to make healthy choices.

Natural Food F & F is a great place to find healthy and delicious food options. The store’s commitment to quality and its wide selection of products make it a valuable resource for anyone who is looking to improve their diet.

Japan, 〒101-0052 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Kanda Ogawamachi, 3 Chome−11−9, E/Front Bldg., 1階

Nestled amidst the bustling streets of Kanda, Laule’a stands as a haven of tranquility and wholesome nourishment. Adorned with wooden accents . . .

and warm lighting, the shop exudes a rustic charm that invites you to step inside and explore the wonders of organic produce.

As you browse through the aisles, you will be greeted by a symphony of sights, sounds, and aromas. Freshly picked fruits and vegetables radiate with vibrant colors, their imperfections a testament to their natural growth. Dried herbs and spices fill the air with enticing fragrances, promising to elevate your culinary creations. And neatly arranged on shelves are a variety of organic staples, from grains and legumes to oils and vinegars.

The knowledgeable staff is always happy to answer your questions and offer recommendations, ensuring that you make informed choices about the food you consume.

Whether you’re a seasoned organic enthusiast or just starting out on your journey towards a healthier lifestyle, Laule’a is a place where you can find everything you need to nourish your body and mind. 

Be Organic (Chiyoda)

Japan, 〒100-6390 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Marunouchi, 2 Chome−4−1, Marunouchi Building, 4階

Be Organic is an organic shop located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. It offers a wide variety of organic products, including fresh produce, groceries, and cosmetics. The shop . . .

is committed to providing high-quality, organic products that are both healthy and delicious.

This shop is a great place to find all your organic needs. Whether you’re looking for fresh fruits and vegetables, organic meats and cheeses, or natural beauty products, you’re sure to find it at Be Organic. The shop also offers a wide variety of organic snacks and drinks, making it a great place to stop for a healthy pick-me-up.

They also committed to sustainability. This shop uses eco-friendly packaging and sources its products from local farmers and producers whenever possible. Be Organic is a great place to shop for organic products that are both good for you and good for the planet.

Beauty Stores

Japan, 150-0034 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Daikanyamacho, 19−4 1F Building

Cosme Kitchen is a popular beauty chain with a several location in Japan that specializes in organic, natural, and sustainable beauty brands. The store has a . . .

wide selection of products to choose from, including skincare, makeup, hair care, and body products  from both international and domestic brands. Cosme Kitchen is also known for its commitment to sustainability, and the store uses recycled materials and energy-efficient practices whenever possible.

1 – 5 – 1 Nishi, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8001

Gratiae is a high-end beauty store in Tokyo that specializes in luxurious skincare and makeup brands from Japan and around the world. The store has a . . .

wide selection of products to choose from, including skincare, makeup, hair care, and body products. The brand revolves around the use of organic ingredients, specifically those sourced from the Gratiae thermal spring in Italy. The store itself exudes luxury, with a sophisticated and elegant design that reflects the brand’s high-end positioning. Ingredients. Gratiae is also known for its personalized service and its commitment to providing customers with a truly pampering experience.

Japan, 〒107-0052 Tokyo, Minato City, Akasaka, 9 Chome−7−4 東京ミッドタウン Galleria2F

Bamford is a British-owned wellness and lifestyle brand with a flagship store in Tokyo. The store offers a wide range of products, including skincare, makeup, . . . 

body care, supplements, and home goods. Bamford is known for its holistic approach to wellness, and its products are designed to nourish the body, mind, and spirit.The store mirrors the brand’s ethos, providing a tranquil and serene shopping environment. The interior is clean and minimalistic, with a focus on natural materials, reflecting the brand’s commitment to organic and sustainability.

Japan, 〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Jingumae, 5 Chome−2−6 コロネート神宮前 1F

Qoo Vintage Tokyo is a vintage fashion paradise for those with a keen eye for designer classics. Nestled in the heart of Tokyo, this boutique boasts a curated . . .

collection of timeless pieces from high-end designers. From vintage Chanel handbags to exquisite Gucci dresses, the store offers a wide selection of pre-loved fashion gems. The knowledgeable staff is passionate about fashion history and can provide insights into the origins of each piece. Whether you’re a vintage connoisseur or simply looking to add a touch of luxury to your wardrobe, Qoo Vintage is a must-visit destination.

5 Chome-1-15 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001

If you’re seeking designer vintage with a touch of romance, Amore Vintage has you covered. Nestled in Tokyo, this boutique is a treasure trove of . . .

 vintage Chanel, Dior, and more. The elegant ambiance and knowledgeable staff create a shopping experience that’s as delightful as the fashion finds. They’ll regale you with stories about the origins of each piece, adding a layer of history to your fashion. Whether you’re on the hunt for an iconic designer handbag or a vintage gown, Amore Vintage is the place to uncover unique, timeless treasures.


6-14-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

For a more contemporary take on vintage fashion, RagTag is the place to be. This store offers a wide range of high-quality, pre-owned designer items that cater . . .

to a variety of styles and budgets. You’ll find everything from designer streetwear to luxury accessories. RagTag’s selection is ever-changing, making each visit a new adventure. The staff is knowledgeable and can help you navigate through their vast collection to find the perfect addition to your wardrobe.


Japan, 〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Jingumae, 5 Chome−12−10 鈴木ハイツ 1F

Casanova Vintage is a Tokyo-based vintage clothing store with two locations in the trendy Harajuku and Omotesando districts. The store specializes in . . .

 high-end vintage fashion from top brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Dior.

They are known for its carefully curated selection of unique and high-quality vintage items. The store’s buyers travel the world to find the best pieces, and they are always on the lookout for rare and unusual items. Casanova Vintage also offers a wide range of vintage accessories, including bags, shoes, and jewelry.

If you are looking for a unique and stylish vintage piece, Casanova Vintage is the place to go.


5F, Atlas Building, 30-3 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0042

This is a highly acclaimed wellness center offering a range of wellness services, including Shiatsu massage therapy, oil massages, foot massages, and more, aimed at stimulating the nerves and boosting  . . . .

the immune system.

Also called shinrin-yoku, this is the holistic Japanese preventative-healthcare practice of bathing your senses and spirit in nature. Soak in stillness in beautiful spots and take a daytrip from Tokyo to locations  . . . .

such as: Totoro’s Forest, Hama Rikyu Garden, and Mount Takao.

Gotanda Yamakatsu Building 201, 3-16-44 Higashigotanda / Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0022

This studio is noncommercial and organic, offering private lessons for anyone who wants to enhance their asanas or meditation practice. Welcoming practitioners and students from all over the  . . . .

world, they create a global community and open their doors to Yogis with diverse levels of experience. 

What to Experience

Yoyogi 2-24-7 #106, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Learn the ancient art of calligraphy with Miyazaki-Sensei—a bilingual teacher who offers lessons to teach you the orthodox styles, as well as modern approaches. Benefiting from his tips and guidance, you  . . . .

will leave the class with a work of your own. 

6 Chome-5-1 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan

Enjoy this small, calming, pre-modern and East-Asian art museum housing a Japanese garden and traditional tearoom. They host informative lectures, events, and tea ceremonies so you can immerse yourself . . . .

 in an educational, cultural experience.

3 Chrome-25-1 Koyama, Nerima City, Tokyo

This spa is considered among the best of Tokyo’s bathing complexes, featuring a garden designed by a famous landscape architect. The facility includes a central pool, outdoor jacuzzis, a sauna, and  . . . . 

hot springs that are rich in sodium chloride which can relieve pain in the muscles and joints.


Toyosu 6-1-16, Koto-ku, Tokyo

This site hosts an immersive, interactive, and innovative full-body art experience. Experience an out of body feeling in the immense gardens, boundaryless installations, and breathtaking uses of flowers, . . . .

 plants, mirrors, projections, and more. 

2-7-1 Atago, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0015 Fukuoka Prefecture

Built in 1603, this shrine is located in the Minato area and features distinctly steep stairs that are said to represent success in life. It was originally built at a high altitude, with distinct views over the city to  . . . . 

enable residents to spot fires. Today, high rises have obscured the view, but the stunning architecture of the site remains. 

6 Chome-10 Ueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0005, Japan

Get ready for a treasure hunt at Ameya Yokocho, a bustling flea market in Tokyo. Stroll through narrow alleys filled with stalls selling a diverse range of products, from clothes to electronics and street food. 

Engage in bargaining, sample local delicacies, and experience the lively atmosphere of this vibrant market.

Japan, 〒100-0006 Tokyo, Chuo City, Ginza, 西3ー1先

Experience the epitome of luxury and style at Ginza, Tokyo’s premier shopping district. This bustling neighborhood boasts high-end boutiques, department stores, and flagship stores of renowned brands. 

Indulge in a shopping spree, dine at exquisite restaurants, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this fashion-forward and sophisticated destination.


1 Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001 Tokyo Prefecture

Indulge your senses in the whimsical world of Harajuku, specifically along Takeshita Street. This vibrant and eccentric neighborhood is renowned for its unique street fashion, quirky shops, and  . . . . 

delectable sweets. Dive into a world of kawaii culture and explore the fascinating blend of tradition and modernity that defines Harajuku’s charm.

District in Tokyo’s Taitō Ward

Immerse yourself in art, culture, and nature at Ueno, a diverse neighborhood in Tokyo. Visit the iconic Ueno Park, home to world-class museums, cherry blossom trees, and peaceful ponds. Explore Ameya . . . .

Yokocho market for bargain shopping and savor local street food. Ueno offers a delightful blend of history, entertainment, and relaxation.

1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-8111, Japan

Discover the historical and cultural heart of Tokyo at the Imperial Palace. Set amidst beautiful gardens, this grand residence showcases Japan’s imperial heritage. Take a stroll along the moat, admire the elegant . . . .

architecture, and bask in the tranquility of the surrounding nature, offering a serene escape from the bustling city.


Kabukicho Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0021 Japan

Kabukicho, Tokyo’s famed entertainment district, is a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood that exudes an electrifying atmosphere. Known for its neon lights, bustling streets, and a captivating blend of  . . . .

entertainment options, Kabukicho is a place where the city truly comes alive. While it may be recognized as a red light district, Kabukicho offers more than just that. Visitors can enjoy a wide array of entertainment venues, including theaters, bars, restaurants, and karaoke establishments, providing endless possibilities for a night filled with excitement. With its unique energy and diverse offerings, Kabukicho is a destination that promises an unforgettable experience for those seeking Tokyo’s vibrant nightlife scene.

Japan, 〒116-0014 Tokyo, Arakawa City, Higashinippori, 4-7-2

Embark on a journey into the world of traditional Japanese martial arts with Kendo. This disciplined and exhilarating sport combines swordsmanship, focus, and physical prowess. Engage in training sessions,  . . . .

watch captivating matches, and gain insights into Japan’s rich cultural heritage through the art of Kendo.

Minato City, Tokyo 105-0000, Japan

Spanning across Tokyo Bay, the Rainbow Bridge is a magnificent architectural marvel that effortlessly blends beauty and functionality. As its name suggests, this suspension bridge offers a mesmerizing   . . . .

spectacle of colors after sunset, when it illuminates the night sky with a vibrant palette. Strolling across the Rainbow Bridge offers breathtaking panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, with iconic landmarks such as Tokyo Tower and the futuristic Odaiba district in sight. Connecting the city’s bustling neighborhoods, this iconic symbol of Tokyo is not only a transportation hub but also a beloved attraction, offering a memorable experience for visitors and locals alike.


Robot Restaurant

Japan, 〒160-0021 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Kabukicho, 1 Chome−7−7 B1F

Prepare for a mind-blowing spectacle at the Robot Restaurant, a must-visit attraction that will leave you utterly amazed. Located in the heart of Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, this sensory extravaganza  . . . .

combines cutting-edge technology, music, and vibrant performances. Witness a mesmerizing clash of flashing lights, giant robots, and energetic dancers who take the stage with exhilarating choreography. Immerse yourself in this futuristic world of entertainment, where imagination knows no bounds. The Robot Restaurant is a truly unique experience that must be witnessed to be believed, so make sure to secure your tickets in advance to guarantee a seat at this unforgettable show.

District of Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Discover Tokyo’s vibrant nightlife and international flair in Roppongi. This district is renowned for its upscale clubs, trendy bars, and art galleries. Experience the energetic atmosphere as you explore the  . . . .

bustling streets lined with restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Roppongi is a hub of excitement, offering a dynamic and cosmopolitan experience.


Shibuya 1-18-21, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8010

Discover Tokyo’s vibrant nightlife and international flair in Roppongi. This district is renowned for its upscale clubs, trendy bars, and art galleries. Experience the energetic atmosphere as you explore the  . . . .

bustling streets lined with restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Roppongi is a hub of excitement, offering a dynamic and cosmopolitan experience.

Japan, 〒160-0021 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Kabukicho, 1 Chome−7−7 B1F

Step back in time and experience the nostalgic charm of Shinjuku Golden Gai. This hidden gem is a collection of narrow alleyways packed with tiny bars and izakayas, exuding a vintage ambiance. 

Immerse yourself in the intimate atmosphere, savor local drinks, and engage in conversations with friendly locals.

4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan

Rising gracefully above the Tokyo skyline, Tokyo Tower stands as an iconic symbol of the city. Ascend to the observation deck for breathtaking panoramic views or explore the vibrant shopping and dining  . . . . 

options within. Immerse yourself in the charm of this landmark, capturing the essence of Tokyo’s modernity and tradition.

4 Chome-13 Tsukiji, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan

Prepare to be captivated by the culinary wonders at Tsukiji Market, an iconic destination hailed as the largest seafood market globally. Located in Tokyo, this bustling marketplace invites visitors to explore 

a world of oceanic treasures. Witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of the tuna auction, where gigantic fish are traded with impressive speed and precision. Stroll through vibrant alleyways lined with stalls offering an astounding array of fresh seafood delicacies. From succulent sashimi to briny oysters, Tsukiji Market delights the senses, providing an unparalleled opportunity to immerse oneself in the vibrant tapestry of Japanese seafood culture.

Japan, 〒150-6145 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Shibuya, 2 Chome−24−12 14階・45階・46階・屋上

Perched atop the trendy Shibuya Scramble Square, this observation deck offers a panoramic view of the city that will leave you breathless. The sprawling Tokyo skyline stretches as far as the eye can see, and . . .

on a clear day, you can even spot the majestic Mount Fuji in the distance.

The modern and stylish design of Shibuya Sky adds to the experience, with its futuristic glass-walled observatory providing unparalleled photo opportunities. The breathtaking view of the Shibuya Crossing from above is a unique perspective that captures the bustling energy of Tokyo. Don’t forget to visit during sunset for an awe-inspiring moment as the city transitions from day to night. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or visiting Tokyo for the first time, Shibuya Sky is the perfect spot to soak in the city’s beauty from above.

1 Chome-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0023, Japan

Omoide Yokocho, also known as “Piss Alley”, is a small but vibrant alleyway nestled in the bustling district of Shinjuku. This place is all about the food and the atmosphere. It’s a maze of tiny, smoky, and  . . .

often crowded izakayas (Japanese pubs) where you can sample scrumptious yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) and other Japanese comfort foods. The lantern-lit street adds a cozy, retro vibe, making it a great spot to soak in the nightlife. Be prepared to make some new friends at the communal dining counters, and don’t worry if the menu is a bit limited – it’s all about the experience at Omoide Yokocho.

Hello Kitty Tea Room

Nestled in Harajuku

For those who adore all things kawaii (cute), the Hello Kitty Tea Room in Tokyo is a whimsical and enchanting place to indulge your sweet tooth. Nestled in the . . .

bustling district of Harajuku, this charming café is a paradise for Hello Kitty fans. The interior is adorned with adorable Hello Kitty-themed decor, from pink walls to plush seats, making you feel like you’ve stepped into the world of this beloved character.

4 Chome-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

Tokyu Plaza is a modern, upscale shopping complex nestled in the heart of Tokyo’s upscale Omotesando district. Its architecture is a work of art, featuring . . .

 a striking facade of crisscrossing mirrored escalators, creating a dynamic and visually stunning entrance. The plaza is a haven for fashion enthusiasts, housing a curated selection of boutiques from both renowned international and local designers. It’s not just about shopping; the rooftop garden, known as the Omohara Forest, is a tranquil oasis in the midst of the urban hustle and bustle, offering respite and a breathtaking view of the city. The building’s design and the brands it houses cater to a sophisticated and fashionable crowd, making it a perfect destination for those seeking high-end shopping and a taste of Tokyo’s contemporary style.

4 Chome-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

Bic Camera in Shinjuku is a tech enthusiast’s paradise, offering an unparalleled shopping experience with multiple floors dedicated to a vast array of . . .

electronics and gadgets. Spread over several stories, this massive electronics retailer has an incredible selection of products ranging from the latest smartphones and cameras to household appliances and audio equipment. Each floor is meticulously organized, making it easy for customers to explore and find their desired items. Additionally, you’ll find knowledgeable staff who can assist you in several languages, enhancing the shopping experience for both locals and tourists. Bic Camera is an immersive journey through the cutting-edge world of technology, offering the latest innovations and reliable service for all your electronic needs.

1-13 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-8511, Japan

Tokyo DisneySea is like Disneyland’s cooler, edgier cousin. It’s a Disney theme park, but with a unique nautical twist. You’ll find yourself in a fantastical world of maritime . . .

bustling district of Harajuku, this charming café is a paradise for Hello Kitty fans. The interior is adorned with adorable Hello Kitty-themed decor, from pink walls to plush seats, making you feel like you’ve stepped into the world of this beloved character.

3 Chome-13-1 Yanaka, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0001, Japan

Yanaka Ginza is like stepping into a time machine in the heart of Tokyo. It’s a charming neighborhood that feels frozen in time, with its winding streets lined . . .

by quaint wooden houses. As you explore, you’ll stumble upon hidden shrines and temples that offer a tranquil escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. What makes Yanaka Ginza extra special are the mom-and-pop shops that sell everything from handmade crafts to tasty street food. It’s a great place to experience the nostalgic, more traditional side of Tokyo and get lost in its timeless beauty.

1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo 131-0045, Japan

Standing tall and proud in the Tokyo skyline, the Tokyo Skytree is a marvel of modern architecture. This towering structure is not just an impressive piece of . . .

engineering; it also offers some of the most breathtaking panoramic views of the city. Take an elevator ride up to the observation deck, and you’ll be treated to a stunning vista of Tokyo and beyond. It’s especially mesmerizing at sunset. If you’re up for a bit of shopping or dining, you can explore the Skytree Town at its base, making it a well-rounded destination.


Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan

Escape the city and unwind in the scenic beauty of the Izu Peninsula. This coastal paradise offers pristine beaches, hot springs, and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Explore charming seaside towns,  . . . .

indulge in fresh seafood, and rejuvenate your senses in the tranquil ambiance of this natural haven near Tokyo.

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