By GaijinPot Blog 2 min read
From locally sourced food to spiritual healing and incredible scenic views, traveling from coast to coast in Tohoku is an experience you shouldn’t miss.
Tokyo is far more expansive than what you can see from atop of one of its many skyscrapers—even on the clearest day.
Don’t call it Mount Koya. This sacred complex in Wakayama Prefecture is much more than just a mountain.
Everything to catch you up to speed on Japan's domestic travel campaign.
Chronicles of a turbulent meditator and where you can try it for yourself.
The Yokohama Pikachu Outbreak and Aomori Nebuta Festival have been canceled for 2020 while the Edo River Fireworks have been postponed.
Have you ever seen Asakusa this empty?
You’ll have to take the climb off your bucket list this year, but don’t worry, you can be better prepared for next year.
And the #gaijinpotsakura2020 grand prize goes to...
Visiting a cat cafe in Japan is a bucket list item for many tourists, but the animal cruelty that goes on behind closed doors should give you pause.
A look back at photos from previous years and how Japan's LGBT community is sharing their pride with #おうちでプライド.