Nijo Castle is one of the seventeen Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The birthplace of commercial whisky in Japan.
A co-working space in Kobe.
Major shrine in Nara Prefecture approximately an hour south of Kyoto.
A giant complex in Mie Prefecture containing Japan's most sacred Shinto shrine.
A Japanese style castle in the city of Kishiwada, Osaka Prefecture.
One of the many shrines within the giant network that makes up Ise Grand Shrine.
Kyoto's largest convention center.
One of Osaka's major temples. Also known as Shouman-in.
A museum with samurai focus and glimpse into the feudal past of the city. Admission for international visitors is 250 yen.