Luxury abounds at the Arima Grand Hotel in Kobe, home to a magnificent onsen complex and some very fine dining.
A trip to Matsushima means a trip to one of the Three Great Views of Japan, plus temples, bridges, caves and islands around every turn.
There is a garden in Hiroshima that is bigger on the inside than the outside. Leave the city’s main train station and head north over Enko Bridge to Kaminoboricho neighborhood. After that follow the signposts: as with all of the city’s major …
Dig in to Hiroshima’s favorite fare: the okonomiyaki. And with 2000 restaurants dedicated to the dish, you’ll be spoiled for choice!