Ultra luxurious department store featuring several levels of designer European brands.
Michelin star restaurant in Tokyo that blends traditional kaiseki with molecular gastronomy.
National Gallery, London
The hands-down best collection of Western art - especially rich in Renaissance works.
Learn about over 400 years of Japanese history, culture, and every day life.
Edgy jewelry—East Village style.
Momofuku Noodle Bar
One of David Chang's uber successful Momofuku restaurants that just happens to also be wallet-friendly.
Thoughtful custom t-shirt design in Shoreditch.
One of the world's greatest museums, complete with over 700 pieces on display.
Volks Dollfie Salon
Where collectors of handmade Super Dollfie's and Dollfie Dream dolls come for all their supplies.
Mori Art Museum
Contemporary art gallery and museum in Roppongi Hills.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
An iconic symbol of freedom in the United States, the Statue of Liberty is 450 000 pounds of copper, steel, and awesome.
Largest Shintō shrine in the heart of Harajuku.
Tokyo's most interesting park has a long history as the meeting place of where the East meets the West.
Doughnut Plant JP
New York's best doughnut shop in Tokyo.
Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal's architecture brings you back to a more glorious time, and will also take you to Westchester.
Rival to Sushi Dai, this is the other most popular sushi joints in the Tsukiji Market.
Cloak & Dagger
Fashionable threads for the East Village girl.
Budget friendly, Japanese streetwear in Harajuku. This place carries some of the trendiest junior looks for men and women.
Traditional and authentic Japanese souvenirs.