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Dave Spector - “Home is Where You Hang Your Hat” | Tokyo Weekender
Japanese TV personality Dave Spector, and his wife Kyoko, allow TW to peek inside their LA-inspired, high-rise residence in Tokyo. Tokyo Weekender | Home Interiors | Decor | Life in Japan | Appartment
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Tokyo Coffee Shop Mia Mia Fosters a Sense of Community During the Pandemic | Tokyo Weekender
How a much-loved coffee shop revitalized a sleepy nook of Toshima-ku. Tokyo Weekender | Pandemic Stories | Coffee Shop | News | Neighborhoods | Life in Japan
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A Guide to Plum Blossom Season in Tokyo: How and Where to Celebrate | Tokyo Weekender
Tokyo | Plum Blossoms | Ume | Spring in Japan | Japanese Culture | Food | Cuisine | Nature | Tokyo Weekender | Travel
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10 Essential Apps for Tokyoites | Tokyo Weekender
Whether you want to stay up to date on the latest news or see what the city has to offer, here are the best apps every Tokyoite should have. Tokyo Weekender | Apps for iPhone and Android | Life in Japan | Tokyo Lifestyle | Abroad | Expat | Travel Tips | Recommendations | Ideas
the best places to see the fall colors in near tokyo
The Ultimate Guide to Autumn Foliage In and Near Tokyo | Tokyo Weekender
Japan abounds in maples, ginkgoes and other deciduous trees that dazzle us with fiery colors from October to December. The mountains and valleys of the Kanto and Chubu regions offer endless choices for leaf peeping. Luckily, for those who prefer to stay in Tokyo, you don't need to travel far to get a good dose of autumn colors. Here are our top five picks for the best autumn foliage destinations in Tokyo's surrounding regions, as well as six must-see places within the city. Tokyo Weekender
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How to Plan a Staycation in Tokyo: 5 Tips for an At-Home Holiday | Tokyo Weekender
An effective staycation can take just as much thought and plan as a conventional trip, and this is even more true considering the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Japan. Tokyo Weekender | Staycation | Stay at Home | Summer Holiday | Winter Holiday
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Shop Japan: 18 Quintessential Japanese Products For Your Home
Add a tiny spark to your living room with these exclusive Japanese products. Tokyo Weekender | Shopping | Online Store | Japanese Goods | Craftsmanship | Made in Japan | Omotenashi Selection
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The 100 Views of Setagaya: 10 of the Best Places to Visit | Tokyo Weekender
The Setagaya Ward in western Tokyo is full of little-known places to visit – 100 to be exact. Tokyo Weekender | Tokyo, Japan | Travel Inspiration | Urban Landscape | City Parks | Greenery | Secret Gardens
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A Quick Guide to Buying Indoor Plants in Tokyo | Tokyo Weekender
From where to acquire them to what plants are most likely to strive in Japanese weather, here is a quick guide to getting starting with indoor planting in Tokyo. Tokyo Weekender | Home Decor | House Plants | Guide | Tokyo Life
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The 100 Views of Setagaya: 10 of the Best Places to Visit | Tokyo Weekender
The Setagaya Ward in western Tokyo is full of little-known places to visit – 100 to be exact. Tokyo Weekender | Tokyo, Japan | Travel Inspiration | Urban Landscape | City Parks | Greenery | Secret Gardens
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3 Ways Make Your Tokyo Home Smell Like a Sanctuary | Tokyo Weekender
Transport yourself with the help of these home fragrances. Tokyo Weekender | Tokyo Living | Apartment | Incense | Candles | Essential Oils | Home Fragrances | Scents | Japan
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Tokyo’s Best Secret Gardens | Tokyo Weekender
With the end of the rainy season comes the scorching Japanese summer, but in between — if we’re lucky — there’s a short period of pleasant warm early summer days. Use that perfect time to get outside, avoid the crowds and enjoy our selection of some of Tokyo’s lesser-known garden treasures. Tokyo Weekender | Travel | Secret Gardens | Tokyo, Japan | Nature | Urban Landscape | City Life
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Japanese Holidays: What is Kodomo no Hi (Children’s Day)?
Children’s Day, celebrated on May 5th during Japan’s Golden Week holiday every year, has a much longer history than most expect. While most people are familiar with the fact that the holiday used to be known as Boys’ Day and honored male offspring only, the tradition goes much deeper. Tokyo Weekender | Japanese Holidays | Kodomo no Hi | Golden Week
A few style ideas to add to your wardrobe a few pops of pastel colors, inspired by traditional Japanese sweets.   Tokyo Weekender | Fashion | Japanese Spring | Shopping | Trends | S/S 2020 Clothing, Outfits, Fashion, Spring Fashion, Pastel
TW Style Radar: How to Dress for Tokyo Spring
A few style ideas to add to your wardrobe a few pops of pastel colors, inspired by traditional Japanese sweets. Tokyo Weekender | Fashion | Japanese Spring | Shopping | Trends | S/S 2020
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5 Essential Gadgets for Surviving Working From Home
Here are the only five things you need to make remote working effective and seamless. Tokyo Weekender | Japan | WFH | Tech