The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower and the second largest structure in the world.

Tokyo Skytree

Some locals might still hold a candle for the more retro Tokyo Tower but the Skytree is a competing favorite for good reason.

Edo-Tokyo Museum

Specialities Museums - Modeled after a traditional Edo raised storehouse, from the outside the Edo-Tokyo Museum looks like an enormous spaceship crossed with a luxury cruise...

Nagasaki Peace Park

Specialities Museums - On August 9, 1945, Nagasaki was struck by the atomic bomb “Fat Man,” killing thousands and decimating the city to rubble. Ten years later, the...

National Museum of Nature and Science

Specialities Museums - Split over two buildings and five floors in a quiet corner of Ueno Park, the National Museum of Nature and Science houses a range of...

Huis Ten Bosch

Specialities Theme Parks - Huis Ten Bosch is a Dutch-themed amusement park along Omura Bay in Sasebo city. Founded in 1992, it’s complete with Dutch-style homes, windmills, wood...

Noboribetsu

Specialities Hot springs - In the heart of Japan’s wildest prefecture lies a sleepy onsen (hot spring) town guarded by ferocious demons. Thick clouds of smoke gush out from Jigo...

Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum

Specialities Museums - Cup Noodles are the holy grail of fast food, loved by college students and busy full-timers everywhere. Unlike the holy grail though, the origin of...

Unzen Onsen

Specialities Hot springs - Today, Unzen Onsen is regarded as an onsen (hot springs) paradise, with public and private baths available at ryokans and hotels that are sprinkled ar...

Hamanomachi Arcade

Specialities Shopping - If you’re on the hunt for omiyage (souvenirs) for family back home or a bite to eat while in Nagasaki (or both), you’ll want to...

Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum

Specialities Museums - Nestled near Nagasaki Bay, the Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum opened in 2005, offering visitors the chance to see a mixture of classic to modern art....

Tokyo DisneySea

Specialities Theme Parks - Everyone loves Disney. Japanese people also love Disney. In fact, they love it so much they have two Disney theme parks right next to each...

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