Tokyo is Japan's capital and the world's most populous metropolis. Tokyo is also a gourmet city, producing some of the most creative and delicious fare in the world. As veganism is growing worldwide we can assure that this growth is also taking place in Tokyo. Vegetarian and vegan food have finally started going local in Tokyo, with a growing number of Japanese-style restaurants rolling out vegetarian and vegan menus.
This shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Dowager Empress Shoken. Located close to Harajuku Station, it is popular as an oasis in the capital. Every year it ranks top in numbers of pilgrims visiting on New Year’s Day, and it draws many tourists from Japan and around the world.
This street, running from Harajuku Station to Meiji Avenue, is about 350m long and crammed with shops that give feel for the latest in fashion and youth culture. It is full of Instagrammable sites and sweets.
In 2019, Saido (Jiyugaoka) won the world's No. 1 award for “Best Vegan Restaurants Worldwide” by Happy Cow, the world's leading vegetarian and vegan website. This is the first time a Japanese restaurant has won the award. You can enjoy a new world of Japanese food that combines deliciousness and presentation.
This is the place for everyone, from children to adults, to enjoy ninja experiences. Throw shuriken stars, touch Japanese swords, and search for tricks and traps hidden in a ninja house. You’re sure to find precious experiences that exist nowhere else.
Shinjuku Gyoen is a park that is treasured as a place to encounter nature amid the city. It is a popular spot for sakura in spring and colorful foliage in fall. The spacious expanse of lawn bustles with picnicking families and couples viewing the blossoms.
The vegan restaurant group, AIN SOPH now have 4 locations: Ginza, Shinjuku Sanchome, Ikebukuro and Kyoto. And each restaurant has its unique appeal and offers something new on every visit. One of them is located right outside of Shinjuku-Sanchome station, the restaurant is a quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
This government building has two observation rooms, looking north and south, on the 45th floor. Visitors can enjoy the night scenery until 11 pm. (Opening hours are subject to temporary change.) Admission is free of charge. The view includes the Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree, Roppongi Hills, and other landmarks.
On our international flights, On our international flights, we offer a range of meals that cater to a wide variety of dietary requirements to ensure that everyone's needs are met. Our lineup includes allergen-free meals, dietary meals, religious meals, meals for infants and small children, and more. If you would like to request a special meal, please do so via the relevant channel by the applicable deadline.
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