A comprehensive Kyoto top attractions list — so you don't miss out on any of the beauty, wonder and entertainment the ancient capital has to offer.
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.
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.
Six suggestions for a special start to 2020.
Take a stroll through one of Kyoto's oldest shopping streets.
With shrines, temples, parks and amazing views, Nara makes for a stress-free wandering experience, with no buses to catch nor busy roads to navigate.
Tasty eats, colorful nights, tradition and pop culture all come together for a fun adventure.
A stunner of a place, mixing ancient and modern in a relatively compact area, with some of the finest ramen.
Experience the ethereal "flower light path" this March.
August 6th traditionally marked the end of summer. On this day, locals bid farewell to the dangerously hot season at the Yatori-no Shinji Festival.
A unique and beautiful way of recording your travels throughout Japan.
Looking to experience Japan’s historical and rural side? You might be best off leaving Tokyo behind for Saga Prefecture in Kyushu.