A look into Nada Gogo’s centuries-old rustic wood warehouses that have turned into museums, shops and restaurants to tell the public the whole story of sake making.
By Simon Rowe 6 min read
Get the budget-friendly JR Kyushu Rail Pass and travel Japan’s scenic third island in comfort.
This traditional city in the wild mountains of Nagano is a must-visit for foreigners looking for the consummate Japanese experience.
Uncover the remnants of samurai, geisha and traditional crafts from the past.
The Mitsuboshi Kaidou is a well kept secret packed full of scenic spots and experiences surrounded by traditional Japanese culture.
Explore Hiroshima’s ‘Little Kyoto’ while enjoying its handmade crafts, local noodles, sake heritage and traditional family homes and warehouses.
The Japan Heritage official site has all the resources you need to plan the perfect Japanese cultural journey.
Discover some of the best places to visit in Japan next year. Featured are destinations that’ll get you back in touch with the best of nature and rural community.
Tokyo is far more expansive than what you can see from atop of one of its many skyscrapers—even on the clearest day.
Foreigners living in Japan can share their favorite destinations using with the hashtag #MyOwnPersonalJapan.
Don’t call it Mount Koya. This sacred complex in Wakayama Prefecture is much more than just a mountain.
Break me off a piece of my own personalized KitKat bar.