Mount Koya is one of the holiest and most beautiful places in Japan. Check out our guide for essential attractions, accommodation and transport info.
The island is a haven for hikers, seafood lovers, and unique alpine flowers.
Walk, hike, and cycle through some of Japan’s most iconic nature and enjoy some of the freshest and tastiest seafood, beef and sake the country has to offer.
Visit Takasakiyama Monkey Park in Kyushu where you'll find one of the largest groups of monkeys in the world.
Hokuto boasts over 2,500 hours of sunlight per year. It's also a great place to cycle, with the beautiful Yatsugatake Volcanic Range in the backdrop.
Osaka’s autumn leaves transform quiet corners of the busy city into seasonal treats, from temples to mountains and beyond.
For spectacular views of the Japanese Alps and Mt. Fuji, venture up the Yatsugatake mountain range.
John Daub, creator of Only in Japan, shares his cheeky take on joining the Noboribetsu Onsen “Naked Man” Festival, which takes place annually in Hokkaido.