Spring is astonishingly beautiful in Japan, and what better way to celebrate than at one of these unique and fun shrine festivals?
By Adam Douglas 4 min read
Want to avoid the crowds this sakura season? Check out these five spots to enjoy the cherry blossoms in peace!
These fresh in-season fish dishes will tickle your tastebuds and possibly bring you closer to understanding Japanese culture too.
If you want to tone down the cherry blossom celebrations this year, here are five alternatives for spring activities in Japan.
We asked hanami revelers if they knew the origins of cherry blossom viewing.
Beauty or Barfy? You be the judge.
Because of the blossoms’ limited time, so are the parties that come with them. Tokyo may be tapped out, but there are still plenty of spots left.
Spring is here and it's time to enjoy the warmer weather with a cool spring drink!
It's time to go out and enjoy the variety of colors that have popped out!
The Bairin Plum Festival (Ume Matsuri) is a famous plum blossom festival held at the park in March every year. The festival features live musical performances and lots of food vendors selling all kinds of tasty Japanese festival food.
Spring in Japan means allergies. Here's a quick look at some of the common allergy medication that is available either by prescription or over the counter.
Spring in Japan means sakura blossoms and sakura flavoured snacks from many western brands such as Starbucks and McDonald's.