Enryakuji temple, located on top of a mountain, is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mountain also offers breathtaking views from the summit.
This museum in Okayama features the hero Momotaro, one of Japan’s favorite protagonists from a popular fairy tale, and also trick art you do not want to miss!
The countryside of Okayama offers lush landscapes, a festival for all any occasion, and a serene lifestyle that comes with exciting wildlife.
The beautiful river-port town Kurashiki boasts of a romantic canal, traditional Japanese architecture, and a sublime shrine and a picturesque market.
Miyajima, home to a “floating” torii gate, is also famous for the Itsukushima shrine and the numerous deer found everywhere on the island.
Japan has many different places where you can go shopping, but exploring arcades is a unique aspect of the Japanese shopping experience.
There is a certain refined quality to Japanese street fashion, despite the fact that it is very similar to its western counterparts. Why is it different?
Japan is famous for its interesting relationship with animals. One such example is the amazing experience that is Rabbit Island!
In Yasujirō Ozu’s Tokyo Story, Hiroshima prefecture’s mountainside town Onomichi is featured as an example of the “real” Japan.