Tips and Articles for Tokyo

Andrea Fazzari

The editors of Travel + Leisure have teamed up with Black Tomato—a company known for securing insider experiences—on a series of one-of-a-kind journeys... Read More

In more than 150 countries around the globe, youths are taking to the streets this Friday as part of the Global Climate Strike with the aim of getting... Read More

We spend so much time, money, and energy planning a vacation, so it should be a given that where we go should also give us a sense of security as well... Read More

y express the culture of each country, city, or region.The list was curated by James Beard Award-winning writer Besha Rodell, who has been reporting on... Read More

Spanning more than 17 million square miles, the world’s largest continent is home to over half of the earth’s population. This is Asia: a beautiful,... Read More

When it comes to urban charms, Travel + Leisure readers just can’t get enough of Mexico. San Miguel de Allende, which topped our list for the past two... Read More

 Airports are often the places where a traveler gets their first impression of a country. Delicious dining options are remembered fondly, for... Read More

As the world’s largest metropolis, Tokyo boasts hotel options that are fittingly extraordinary and seemingly limitless. The competition to remain at the... Read More

There are endless reasons to visit Asia’s dynamic, culture-rich cities, from the centuries-old Forbidden City grounds in Beijing to the cutting-edge... Read More

After drinking on velvet furniture in dark lounges all winter, we’re ready for spritzy cocktails in sunny bars with the best views of skylines and... Read More

If most of your summer vacation days are already spoken for, there’s no reason to put off planning something special for the winter. Need ideas? Start... Read More

Like the slowest traffic lane, the busiest airport is always the one that you’re stuck in. But if you’re flying out of Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta,... Read More

Mark Lakin is a member of Travel + Leisure’s Travel Advisory Board and the A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world, and can help... Read More

Have you ever dreamt that you’re in your own version of Beauty and the Beast’s “Be Our Guest” scene? The china is dancing, delicious food is before you,... Read More

“Tokyo brings out my inner tourist,” said American designer Tory Burch, who recently returned from a whirlwind trip to the Japanese capital. The New... Read More

There is something particularly defeating about landing in an airport only to discover you have to go through security again before boarding your next... Read More

The official torch for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo was released this week, and its design is a bit flowery.Indeed, the rose-gold aluminum torch was... Read More

While cherry blossom season in Washington, D.C. is drawing near — with peak bloom expected to start on April 3 — the pink petals are mere days away in... Read More

In December 2017, Starbucks opened what was helmed to be “the largest Starbucks in the world” in Shanghai—a 30,000-square-foot Reserve Roastery with two... Read More

In case you somehow missed it, Japan is having a tourism moment. Not only was it named the Travel + Leisure Destination of the Year in... Read More

Upon landing in Tokyo there was one thing I wanted to do: Shop. Shop until I literally dropped. Because setting fashion trends is one of the things... Read More

This fall, Tokyo's Pokémon Café is dressing Pikachu up for Halloween.Already fun and quirky on an ordinary day, the themed café has revamped its food... Read More

2019 may seem far away, but planning next year's travel now could save you some serious cash. Especially if traveling to Tokyo for the famed cherry... Read More

In what could very well be the most fantastical way to relive your childhood, you can fully immerse yourself in Nintendo 64 nostalgia with a Mario Kart... Read More

Tokyo’s cherry blossoms may be in full bloom, but that isn’t the biggest story coming out of Japan today. No no, that title belongs to the other Bloom —... Read More

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