Should you find yourself in Tokyo, and in need of a break, here are a few places to unwind.
Skip over Western-style accommodations in favour of boutique hotels with local charm. Here, four of the best.
Interconnected mini-exhibits and pop-ups celebrating contemporary Japanese architecture, design, and cuisine.
Founded in 1872 by Arinobu Fukuhara, Shiseido is widely credited with bringing aspects of Western life and culture to the East.
It is more than using the right cleanser and moisturizer. It is more than exfoliation and masking. It is more than a genetic difference. It’s a lifestyle.
A whirlwind visit to the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show proved that Japanese car manufacturers take a back seat to none when it comes to sheer ingenuity.
Blurring the lines between furniture and sculpture, the Balloon Bench was designed by Satoshi Itasaka of the Tokyo design studio h220430. The aluminum bench appears to defy gravity with the assistance of two large clusters of polyethylene balloons, which not only add an element of whimsy, but also conceal the ceiling anchors that keep it off the ground.
Ever wanted to compare the labyrinthine twists and turns of the London Underground with those of the New York City Subway? Or take a peek at what’s involved in tooling around Tokyo?