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The former Nikkei chairman’s guide to the Japanese capital, with scenic runs and walks rounded off with fine food and culture
The Japanese capital’s thousands of cherry trees are about to burst into bloom — and despite Covid restrictions on the social side of viewing them, it’s still not to be missed
In the first in a new FT Globetrotter series on parks in our cities, our Asia business editor revels in the magic of the Japanese capital’s most eccentric and accepting green space
The busy ‘wedding’ district conceals a portal to a world of mysterious winding streets that barely feel like Tokyo at all . . .
With our movements more restricted, our focus has sharpened on the neighbourhoods we live in. Here FT writers explore their local area up close
As the country lifts its state of emergency, Leo Lewis dips cautiously back into a revived, rolling party
This is the first in a new FT Globetrotter series, in which correspondents and writers explore their local area up close. In Japan’s capital, despite the deserted shopping streets, nature has sprung to life
Where to beat jet lag, a royal 5k run and the tempura of your dreams
Exhibits re-create working class neighbourhoods — right down to wet pavement
For FT journalist Christopher Grimes, the record store is the first place he heads to in unfamiliar cities
The chef, restaurateur and newly minted hotelier shares hidden gourmet highlights and perennial cultural favourites