Get your fall leaf fix wherever you are in Japan -- from Hokkaidō’s mountains to the secret valleys of Kansai.
From quiet corners of the city to destination-worthy mountain temples, we've got all the details on the best spots for Osaka autumn leaves.
A list of beautiful places for viewing beautiful Kyoto autumn leaves, plus day trip ideas to Nara, Wakayama and Shiga Prefectures.
We cover a wide variety of hikes in Japan, including some of the country's most remote, historic and beautiful routes.
Stroll through Edo-period Japan along the historical Nakasendo Trail.
A great day trip from Hiroshima, Sandankyo Gorge is the perfect hiking location considered one of the Top 5 Special Valleys of Scenic Beauty in Japan.
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.
World Heritage Sites, stunningly beautiful natural creations and spiritual hubs — Kii Peninsula is a quiet corner of Japan with plenty to offer.
Hike the eight-peak mountain range, take a gondola ride for scenic views, or check out some contemporary art.
For spectacular views of the Japanese Alps and Mt. Fuji, venture up the Yatsugatake mountain range.
Walk in the footsteps of Edo-era samurai.
There's just so much to see outside of the city!
More than just nice shores—Japan beaches offer onsen, incredible views, sand slopes and even views of Fuji while you sunbathe!
The top 6 summer day trips from Osaka and how to get there. Tunnel hikes, waterfalls, sandy beaches and more!
For those of you who'd rather see Fuji-san than stand on top of it.
Ise Grand Shrine is the most sacred Shinto shrine in Japan. Marvel at the architecture and surrounding scenery on your next trip to Mie Prefecture.
Think cool castle towns, hiking trails, boat rides and more.
From ice-blue pools to ancient forests and gigantic sand dunes, your bucket list just got longer.
The summer heat in Kansai remains well into September—here are 5 escapes to help you cool off.