Daruma, Japanese traditional doll
Activities Culture Sponsored Tohoku | Sendai

Try Your Hand at Painting Traditional Dolls at a Traditional Folk Art Village

Sponsored by The Tourism Association of Central Region in Fukushima Prefecture The History of Takashiba Dekoyashiki (Workshop) During the Edo Period, this area was part of the Miharu Clan territory, and the local toys at Takashiba Dokoyashiki Doll House are often referred to by this…
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Activities Culture Koshinetsu | Nagano Sponsored

Koide International Snowball Fight: Costumes, Snowball Fights, and Igloo Huts (Niigata )

Sponsored by UONUMA City Tourist Association   Koide(Niigata) Koide is a small town located in the larger city of Uonuma. Well known for its ski resorts and heavy snowfall the area has many winter related sports during the snowy season. Among them is the Koide International…
Enoshima illumination
Kanto | Tokyo Sightseeing Sponsored

Enoshima Illumination Festival – the amazing Winter Illumination!

Sponsored by Fujisawa City Tourist Association   You have until Feb.19, 2017 to admire “Enoshima Illumination Festival”  on Enoshima Island. This award winning illumination event is one of the most important winter illumination festivals within the Tokyo and Kanto areas. It’s only a short train ride…
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Activities Kyushu | Fukuoka Sightseeing Sponsored

Oita’s Big Eye opens for the Rugby World Cup in 2019!

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.