Randiah Camille Green is a writer from Detroit, MI, USA, and enthusiast for offbeat travel and spooky things. She loves heavy metal and Tales from the Darkside.
Don’t call it Mount Koya. This sacred complex in Wakayama Prefecture is much more than just a mountain.
Harajuku fashionista, art student, Black Lives Matter Tokyo founder, and all-around badass.
Foreign residents of Japan have been left stranded overseas for months as the country closed its borders over COVID-19.
The global movement has reached Japan.
The sacred land of the Kamikawa Ainu in Hokkaido offers a peek into the way of life of Japan’s original people.
Like the temporary nature of the cherry blossom season, this too shall pass.
Winter in Japan’s chilly central prefecture means skiing, Hokusai, and most importantly, snow monkeys.
Many attractions have re-opened, while it's still undetermined when the Studio Ghibli Museum will reopen.
Harness your inner strength and climb outside your comfort zone on Tottori Prefecture’s Mount Mitoku
Tokyo is overrated. Head up to lesser-known Yamagata Prefecture where a more authentic Japan is ripe for discovery.
A symbolic death and rebirth in the mountains of Yamagata, but not without indulging in the local nightlife