Kitsuki City holds within in walls the unique opportunity to see the life of the Samurai and it’s not something you want to miss.
I was standing in and amongst the steamy pits of reds, serine blues and bubbling muddy greys, the likes of which one could only liken to hell. And thus the scene of steamy puffs of smoke scattered amongst the landscape led to name of these famous tourist attractions. The Jigoku Onsens (Hell hot springs) are certainly not for bathing.
If you delight in Buddhist culture, statutes, temples, shrines and scenic views, this tour is definitely for you. Some of these places are considerably difficult to find on your own and even if you do manage to locate them, finding a place to park may be difficult. With this bus tour, you have nothing to worry about.
After their astoundingly successful performance in the 2015 World Cup in England, what better country to host Asia’s very first Rugby World Cup than Japan? This important milestone for Rugby in Asia has promised to be a very ‘Japanese’ World Cup, but it’s one that is creating a stir that can be felt across the whole of Japan. So, drink some beer, grab some snacks and make some noise as the best players break into the light and battle it out for the right to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.
If you ever have the opportunity to stay in an authentic Japanese Ryokan, with an authentic Japanese family, jump at it! While the capsule hotels and bright lights of Tokyo may have recently stolen the limelight in terms of popular tourism, there is nothing quite like getting your hands on a truly traditional Japanese experience.