He’s one of the most famous residents so it’s no surprise that there are a few Godzilla sights in Tokyo. Check out our guide to help you find them all (including a hidden gem that it’s very easy to miss). We’ll also explain how to book the famous Godzilla hotel room.
Its official name is Okunoshima but it’s better known as Bunny Island or Rabbit Island – a magical land just off the coast of Japan where over 1,000 bunnies run free, demanding snacks, cuddles, pats and selfies with the people who come to visit them every day. Yep, it’s as cute as you think.
When I asked my friend to take me somewhere very Japanese in Tokyo, I wasn’t expecting to end up pretending to escape a vampire! But that’s what happens when you visit the Tokyo Trick Art Museum. And here’s what you need to know to do the same.
Recently, I had the grand sum of eight hours in Tokyo – and two things I had to achieve in that time. Buy a dress for my friend’s rabbit (yes that’s a thing) and cuddle a hedgehog at the new branch of Harry Hedgehog Cafe Harajuku. Not surprisingly as you’re reading a post about it …