Visiting Osaka? Take yourself out to the ballgame with a baseball match at Osaka Dome.
By GaijinPot Blog 5 min read
The Tanabata festival celebrates the perennial once-a-year meeting of two star-crossed lovers.
If you love monkeys, Japan is a great place to see them both in the wild and in captivity. For a unique monkey experience, I would head to Inuyama in Aichi.
Going down into the basement is like going back in time to a 1970s science fiction television show set mixed with a disco.
From the middle of February to the middle of March, there are many plum blossom festivals and viewing locations all over Japan.
Christmas in Japan isn’t just about romantic dinners and fried chicken. In Osaka, there are plenty of family friendly activities that you can enjoy for free.
This Osaka-based theater is keeping kabuki current while staying true to its 400-year history.
Learn to cook traditional Japanese cuisine in a laid-back, inviting setting.
The perfectly proportioned rectangular park is now known as Utsubo Park, but its unique shape betrays some of its colorful history.
Visiting Daisenryo Kofun isn’t just about walking along a nice trail and looking at a torii gate in front of the spooky forest resting on the kofun.