Hokkaido is one of Japan’s most celebrated areas, with many locals and international visitors alike making the trip up North to explore the dramatic mountains, natural parks and tasty Hokkaido seafood cuisine.
Hokkaido is jam-packed with natural beauty at every turn, however Mount Asahidake, some of the most stunning trails in the country, is often not the first destination on a traveller’s list when arriving in the region.
Located on the border between Akita and Aomori Prefectures in northern Japan, Shirakami Mountains are the primeval forests of the region.
After driving the coastal route that offers some of the best coastal scenery in Japan, I was immediately began to think about when I could return.
Fukui is the ultimate destination; it boasts beautiful ports with crystal clear waters and mountainous land full of wildlife. Here is your quick guide to the Fukui.
We went to Iizaka Hot Springs to take a bath in the early afternoon after cherry picking in Fukushima.
The cherry begins to ripen in early summer, and then the cherry picking season starts. Here’s a quick guide to where to get fresh cherries in Japan.
Here you’ll find the best things to eat, see and enjoy beautiful scenery around Toyama city.
Stayed at Yaomachi’s traditional inn, Miyata Ryokan established in the late Edo era, in the mid 1850’s.
Here’s a quick guide for first time visitors to Kurobe Dam to ensure you know how to go through.