If you have never been to Osaka, the Osaka Castle (大阪城 – Osakajo) is definitely one of the spots you need to visit. Built in 1583, the Osaka Castle has been the center of many historical events, from its birth to the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate, and today it is a hot spot for
Ginza is not only the center of high-end shopping, but it is also where the latest trends from the world over converge with timeless traditions. To make sure that you arrive at this experience when traveling to Ginza, here’s a guide on what to do and what to check out in the area.
Aomori is a wonderful place for winter activities. Make sure to add these 10 things to do in winter in Aomori, Tohoku, for winter fun in your itinerary.
If you are planning to travel Sendai of Miyagi Prefecture in winter, read on our post on 10 best things to do that will make your trip memorable
Aside from being Tokyo’s international gateway, Narita is a city that offers charming sights and activities perfect for last minute adventures in Japan.
Asakusa used to be the most popular entertainment and pleasure district in Tokyo. For those who prefer to enjoy the nightlife in the city, feel free to visit these places and be captivated by the hidden charm that is uniquely found in Asakusa.
Tokyo is one of the most attractive cities in the world that offers tons of things to do. There are temples, museums, countless shopping destinations, cultural experiences, busy nightlife districts, and more. Find interesting things to do in Tokyo in the year 2020!
Sendai is the capital of Miyagi Prefecture and home to many special events and attractions, including its biggest nightlife district Kokubuncho. Make sure to try the 10 things to do at night in Sendai for a memorable nightlife.
Omotesando, also called Tokyo’s Fifth Avenue, is a posh shopping and entertainment hub lined with elm trees, high-end shops, and trendy eateries. Find 10 things to do when in Omotesando.
Tokyo welcomes summer from July to early September. During this time, locals enjoy lots of things that are limited only in summer. Check out this list and plan your trip to spend the summer in Tokyo like a local!
Yanesen area (Yanaka, Nezu, and Sendagi) is one of Tokyo’s old neighborhoods with many attractions. Bring a friend and check out these 10 things to do in Yanesen area while on a trip.
Akita in Tohoku Region is a very popular tourist destination in Japan. Check out these 10 activities that you can do when you go to Akita for a vacation.
Explore Ebisu area with the best advices on activities, bars and must-visit shops! Located near Shibuya, Ebisu is at the center of Tokyo’s entertainment area. Ready to discover some fantastic places?
When you're done visiting Japan's usual tourist hotspots, go explorer mode in Aomori - the prefecture up north where only great surprises await.
Yokohama is Japan’s second largest city and home to over three million people. It is also the first city who first opened its port to foreign traders. Who would have thought that the small fishing village, will turn into Japan’s second largest city and become the host to many popular festivals t...
Harajuku is the area that surrounds the Harajuku Station up to Omotesando and Aoyama area. It is also home to many lively festivals that can be observed all year round.
The northernmost prefecture in Japan’s main island Honshu, Aomori in Tohoku Region is a destination worth seeking out if you’re one to enjoy the beauty of nature. Its magnificent nature scapes give stunning views to offer all year long, but of course, springtime there are cherry blossoms!
Just 90 minutes by train from Tokyo, Sendai is Tohoku Region’s top city that delivers sightseeing destinations, culture, and attractions with a regional charm. Learn the best things to do in Sendai to experience every attraction!
Make the most out of your trip to Kamakura by scheduling it in time for any one of its major festivals. This article shows festivals in each month of the year. Experience history and culture in this ancient capital.
This city up north is no stranger to natural beauty. Nicknamed as the City of Trees, Sendai is an urban center that boasts of numerous tree-lined avenues, shrines, and parks. Come spring time, like the rest of Japan, it awaits that brief time period when pink cherry blossoms (sakura) take over th...
Geisha are the traditional entertainers in Japan that are well loved by the locals and foreigners alike. Visit these places if you want to catch a glimpse of these elusive ladies.