Pick up the summer issue of Time Out Tokyo magazine!

50 Great Escapes and Staycations

Pick up the summer issue of Time Out Tokyo magazine!

Art direction: Steve Nakamura, image: Jun Kanno

Wishing you were somewhere else? The third issue of our magazine lets you in on 50 ways to escape the daily grind – whether you're planning a visit to Tokyo, or you live here and just need a break. If you're a Tokyoite who's bogged down by budget and lack of time, we've got that covered too with a host of 'staycations', so you can get away just for a weekend or a day. There are also hints for travelling lovers and thrill-seekers, as well as a summer survival kit, because anyone who's spent a few hot months in Japan will tell you: prepare to sweat!

But that's not all. We've also added in a bumper special section: '30 Things to Do in Yokohama'. This eight-page guide will help you explore the Yokohama Triennale 2014 art festival, which promises to be packed with inspiring works and events, and then go on to discover the best of Japan's second-largest city.

The release date for this issue – which features a wealth of other trends and hotspots too, including where to watch the fireworks festivals, listings of the best upcoming events, and where to go to meet your summer fling – has been set for June 30. Pick up your copy at one of our 300+ distribution points nationwide, or order the magazine online here.

Release details:

Title: Time Out Tokyo Magazine no. 3
Publication frequency: Four times per year (planned issues: 2014 - March, June, September, December)
Format: 297 mm x 225 mm (slightly larger than A4), 84 pages
Price: Free
Copies: 100,000

Distribution points

Distributed at over 300 locations nationwide. Please note that copies of the magazine may be limited at each distribution point.

Haneda Airport

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

Train stations:
Tochomae Station, Shinjuku Station, Asakusa Station, Ginza Station, Roppongi Station etc.

Conrad Tokyo
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
The Peninsula Tokyo
The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

Tsutaya Daikanyama T-Site
Tsutaya Tokyo Roppongi
Tokyu Hands Shibuya
Books Kinokuniya Tokyo

Time Out Café & Diner

All HUB and 82 Ale House locations in the Kanto region:


Hub: Asakusa, Roppongi, Roppongi No. 2, Ikebukuro West Exit, Ikebukuro West Exit Park, Ikebukuro East Exit, Ikebukuro East Exit Annex, Shinjuku Kabukicho, Shinjuku West Exit, Shinjuku South Exit, Shinjuku Yasukuni-dori, Takadanobaba, Tokyo Opera City, Ebisu, Gaienmae, Shibuya, Shibuya No. 2, Harajuku, Yoyogi West Exit, Kamata West Exit, Gotanda West Exit, Ueno, Ueno Shinobazu-dori, Ginza Corridor, Shinbashi, Hibiya, Yaesu, Akihabara, Ichigaya, Ochanomizu, Tokyo Dome City, Kinshicho, Kitasenju, Kichijoji, Kichijoji South Exit, Hachioji, Machida

82 Ale House: Ikebukuro East Exit, Shinjuku Sanchome, Shinjuku West Exit, Takadanobaba Clovers, Shibuya Miyamasuzaka, Akasaka, Kamiyacho, Gotanda West Exit, Shinagawa, Hamamatsucho, Mita, Tsukiji, Higashi-Ginza, Akiba Tolim, Kanda, Kanda East Exit, Kinshicho


Hub: Kaihin-makuhari, Kashiwa West, Shinurayasu, Chiba Fujimi, Funabashi


Hub: Omiya West, Omiya East, Tokorozawa Prope Dori


Hub: Kawasaki, Keio Hiyoshi, Colette・Mare Minatomirai, Sagami Ono, Yokohama Tsuruyamachi, Yokohama West

82 Ale House: Kannai, Yokohama West

By Time Out Tokyo Editors
Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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