Low on money after a wild summer? We’ve all been there, but a temporary dip in your bank balance is no excuse not to enjoy Tokyo to the fullest. In our autumn issue, on shelf from September 30, we've embraced our inner penny-pinchers, gone out and scoured the capital for cheap but amazing things to do, eat, drink, buy and see.
Great-value meals, shopping bargains, secret museums, drink deals and family fun – it's all in our guide to Tokyo on the cheap. And if you need a pick-me-up after all that prudence, make sure to also check out our feature on the best coffee in Tokyo, complete with a handy map.
In addition, we reveal the history behind the Japanese 'souvenir jacket', highlight five electronic music artists to watch, hop on some of the country's finest sightseeing trains and drink our way around the capital's top liquor stores. For all this and more, pick up your free copy at any of our distribution points in the city, download the PDF version here or get the mag delivered by placing an order here.
Title: Time Out Tokyo Magazine no. 16
Publication frequency: Four times per year (next issue: December 2017)
Format: 297 mm x 225 mm (slightly larger than A4), 76 pages
Distributed at various locations nationwide. Please note that copies of the magazine may be limited at each distribution point.
Tourist information centres:
Shibuya Station Tourist Information Desk
Shibuya Tourist Information Centre
Tokyo Tourist Information Centre at Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center
Ginza Tourist Information at Mitsukoshi
Moshi Moshi Box
Shops and restaurants:
Tower Records Shibuya
Books Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store
Books Kinokuniya Tokyo
Tsutaya Tokyo Roppongi
Hard Rock Cafe Tokyo
Hard Rock Cafe Ueno-Eki
Hard Rock Cafe Yokohama
Time Out Café & Diner
Most HUB and 82 Ale House locations in the Kanto region.
NOTE: The Guzman y Gomez Shibuya advertisement on page 50 erroneously omits the November 15 opening date of the restaurant. For more details, see here.