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Sennichimae Doguyasuji Kitchen Street

For cooking utensils and kitchen essentials, this historic shopping street has you covered.

Honba Yuki Tsumugi History Museum

Stepping through the gates of the Honba Yuki Tsumugi History Museum is a bit like going back in time...

Namahage (Demon) Museum

Namahage is an oni, a giant and fearsome demon, common in many Japanese folk tales...

Yokote Masuda Manga Museum

Famous for rice planting, savory apples, and Akita dogs, who would have thought that Akita Prefecture is also the home of the first manga (comic book) themed museum in Japan...

Ishinomori Manga Museum

At the mouth of the Kitakami River on "Manga Island," the spaceship-like structure of Ishinomaki Mangattan Museum (also known as Ishinomori Manga Museum), stands as a tribute for beloved manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori...

Top 12 Spots to See Autumn Leaves Around Tokyo

The Japanese go crazy for koyo so why not join in the national pastime of ogling those fall colors...

6 Things To do at Kinosaki Onsen in Autumn

Just two and a half hours from Kyoto lies Kinosaki Onsen — one of the top hot spring destination towns in Japan...

Niigata Manga Animation Museum

That most notably includes Yoshifumi Kondo, an animator at Studio Ghibli, Rumiko Takahashi, creator of Inuyasha and the Ranma ½ series, Nobuhiro Watsuki, who is known for Rurouni Kenshin, and Takeshi Obata, the creator of Death Note and Bakuman...

HEY (Hirose Entertainment Yard)

The problem is, especially for those hungry for a taste of nostalgia, most arcades are now stuffed with crane games — basically slot machines for otaku (in this case, anime/manga lovers)—and purikura photo booths...

Sendai Tanabata Festival

Sendai Tanabata, the most iconic star festival in Japan, draws more than 2 million tourists each year...

Secret Retro BaSe

Visiting Kamakura is a delight for those interested in temples, street food and seaside activities...

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