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Landscape of mountain reflection of Mount Daisen in a pond

Mount Daisen

Lost and found on the highest mountain in western Japan.

Toyama Memorial Museum

The Toyama Memorial Museum is a collection of buildings founded by prominent businessman Gen-ichi Toyama as a home for his mother...

Shinsekai

Shinsekai, or New World, was constructed in 1912 as a hip neighborhood of the future but quickly forgotten after World War II...

Samurai Museum

You'll find tons of exhibits and museums about samurai in Japan, but it can be difficult to find ones that cater to tourists who don’t speak Japanese...

Sendai

Japanese cities are known for being endlessly chaotic concrete jungles...

Sengaku-ji Temple

Sengaku-ji Temple is often overlooked by travelers coming to Tokyo...

Arima Onsen

Compact enough to be explored entirely on foot, Arima’s main Taiko-dori shopping street forks into narrow cobblestone pathways, flanked by Edo-style wooden houses and free ashi-yu (foot bath) spots...

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

It's called Aka Renga Soko, or Red Brick Warehouse, and it’s worth a walk around its open grounds to relive a bit of the past...

Hase-dera Temple

Hase-dera temple in Kamakura was constructed to hold a massive, gold-gilded, wooden statue of Kannon, the god of mercy...

Shuzenji Onsen

If you’re looking for an outstanding onsen (hot spring) town, then head to Shuzenji Onsen, a few hours’ train ride from Tokyo in the prefecture of Shizuoka...

Obuse Town

Since the Edo Period, Obuse Town in Nagano Prefecture has been an important art and cultural hub...

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