I got interviewed recently by Jeremy Meets Japan. We went to a shrine in Shinjuku and I got asked a bunch of questions about Cheapo Japan!
There are lots of areas to stay at or you can just walk around love hotels in Tokyo. Before visiting one, check our Love Hotel Guide for how to get a room. Recommended Areas in Tokyo Shibuya Love Hotel Hill – The largest collection and great just to walk around. Shinjuku Kabukicho Love Hotel AreaContinue reading “Tokyo Love Hotel Guide”
Shakey’s is a chain of all you can eat pizza restaurants in Japan. The menus are far from orthodox, and will feature all sorts of crazy flavours and toppings. Past favourites include marshmallow, strawberry and green tea flavour pizzas. But if this doesn’t sounds too good, they also have plenty of more normal pizzas. AllContinue reading “Crazy Japanese All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Buffets for $10!”
Designated a Monument of Japan, because of its beauty, Nanzen-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple complex at the start/end of the famous Philosopher’s Walk. Budget travel tips Combine this with a trip to Ginkaku-ji Temple, via the Philosopher’s Walk. This should provide for a whole afternoon/morning’s sightseeing. Most of the temples in this complex have a charge, so justContinue reading “Nanzen-ji Temple”
Here are some recent ‘Engrish’ highlights from Tokyo! Room 201 looks like fun. Someone has been using Google Translate. “No bouding port of the plantform. Amoing torans only”. Stopped in the middle of rush hour to take this. Want to move to Ass Building No.2? Seen in Shinjuku. Don’t let the children listen….forever! In JapanContinue reading “Engrish of da Month Version 2 – Funny English from Japan!”
A nice route through the quiet, but traditional side of Tokyo. This route takes you from Kiyosumi Garden and Fukugawa Edo Museum, via traditional neighborhoods, to Sumida river and the Edo-Tokyo museum. Can be used as a cycling route as well. Walking time: 3-4 hours Go to Monzen-nakacho Station on the Oedo Line (purple Metro line)Continue reading “Tokyo City Walk: East Tokyo Historical Walk”
A great way to save money. Starting from an unbelievable 750 yen, internet cafes are a great way to stay a night or two in a central area. Probably much comfier than what you are used to back home, they are often the best way to stay the night downtown. They are also great ifContinue reading “Tokyo Internet Cafe Accommodation”
Saw this at the Panasonic Centre in Odaiba. Japanese toilet seats are often warm in the winter as well!
The Tokyo Meat Market, near Shinagawa and Sengakuji Temple is a yearly festival dedicated to meat. The best thing about this festival is all the FREE meat they give out! Today I had Shabu Shabu pork (very soft and tender) and pork Katsu (cutlet) for the grand total of 0 yen. Also on offer wasContinue reading “Free Meat! Tokyo Meat Market Festival!”
Want to try out a capsule hotel while on holiday in Japan? We have some great recommendations. Also, check out our capsule hotel first experience post. Most people don’t book a capsule, as there are usually many available. But if you are worried, just go to the capsule hotels with an English booking system. Oriental PassageContinue reading “Top Capsule Hotels In Tokyo”