If you want to tone down the sakura celebrations this year, here are five alternatives to squatting in the cold on a blue tarp.
By Teni Wada 7 min read
Soak in the nature and history of one of Japan’s oldest traditions — with ladies and gentlemen alike!
Exquisite fall foliage, a crow-colored castle, a legend about an ogre-slaying peach-boy. No, you’re not in a fantasy story. This is Okayama.
Night-time canoe tours and boozing in black markets — discover a different side of Tokyo.
Almost every Tokyo itinerary will include an attraction here but there's more to this eastern ward than meets the eye.
Reduce needless travel stress and have a better experience at this year’s 70th anniversary winter festival.
A cross-country culture trip through Japanese history was slightly mad but changed the way I travel.
Explore Kanagawa's hidden gems and enjoy some delicious maguro at the same time.
There’s snow place like Japan when it comes to winter festivals.
Brush up on the best lookouts in Sapporo, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe and Nagasaki.