A writer discovers the late night charm of Tokyo’s Shinjuku neighbourhood, famous for peddling eclectic little bars in its historic Golden Gai area.
These subterranean train rides are packed with striking architecture, historic sites, and surprising views.
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies and books rooted in travel and food.
In the Japanese capital, you don't chase Pokémon, they chase you: in malls, inside gaming arcades and at cafés where even the crockery is Pokémon-themed.
In search of secret sushi, sumo masters, and a robot uprising in Japan's crazy cool capital.
The capital may have its own charms, but the country often resides outside city borders.
And how to win the hunger games in Japan.
The high-tech Japanese capital turns to the past for cutting-edge inspiration. | By Elizabeth Woodson
The frenetic pace of Tokyo, the kindness of strangers in Kyoto.
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