It’s not easy living in Japan at first, but after some time, you’re sure to be a veteran at all of these once confusing aspects of Japanese life.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on August 25, 2014
From flavors and textures to appearance and execution, the actual food in Japan is a world of difference from what we know as Japanese cuisine.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on August 18, 2014
These attractions and many more make up Japan’s most unique theme park. Try this Tokyo Disneyland alternative to get the true Japanese amusement park experience!
By Kelsey Leuzinger on August 11, 2014
For many Japanese and Americans, Yokosuka’s Friendship Day represents a deep and lasting bond that is maintained each day by the military and civilians in both countries.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on July 28, 2014
Yokosuka Curry has become a staple of Kanagawa culture. Next time you’re in the area don’t miss out on this delectable dish.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on July 24, 2014
Peak climbing season for Mt. Fuji is July and August. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect on your first climb.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on July 9, 2014
The Kamakura Fireworks festival is a stunning display of pyrotechnics! Make sure to check it out on your next visit to Japan.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on July 3, 2014
When you need to stop and smell the flowers, the Kurihama Flower World makes a fun day trip from Tokyo.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on June 24, 2014
Avoid these seven rookie mistakes to make your next visit to Japan a smooth one.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on June 19, 2014
The Temple of the Golden Pavilion in all its majesty is something you must see with your own eyes to believe.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on June 11, 2014
The Fushimi Inari Shrine is home to 10,000 Torii gates that are seen as an enterance to a sacred shrine in Shinto religion.
By Kelsey Leuzinger on June 2, 2014
One of the most intriguing places to visit in Kyoto is Arashiyama. This ancient town is filled with small shops, traditional restaurants, and beautiful bamboo forests.