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 visited Mount Nokogiri in Chiba Prefecture to experience the world of Laputa virtually. For Hayao Miyazaki film fans, you’ll love these locations in Mount Nokogiri.
Tokyo has magnificent parks and equally impressive aquariums and zoos and here are the top picks.
Togakushi Shrines: the setting is idyllic, scenic and unique with plenty on offer to see and do. Here’s a quick guide on Togakushi area.
Mount Togakushi (1,904 m) used to be one of the training fields for monks and Togakushi is said to be one of the major sites where Ninja trained. Here’s a quick guide but you can find out more to help plan your own visit.
If you have 2-3 hours before leaving from Tokyo, but at least want to see an old Japanese town, Naritasan Park would fit in to such a short visit.
If you go along the Miura Peninsula of coastal Kanagawa Prefecture, you’ll find unique destinations.
In Mashiko Town, Tochigi Prefecture, you’ll find a quirky and cool neighborhood. Here’s our best of Mashiko Pottery Town.
Hatoyama Hall is a western residence with Japanese traditions and English style garden.
Edogawabashi itself is a small town, but it has a strong creative community.