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Explore Shinsekai, a pre-war neighbourhood that was created with New York as a model for its southern half and Paris for its northern half.

Shinsekai

An old new world.

Sendai

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

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...

Obuse Town

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

Shimonoseki

Shimonoseki has all the attractions of a large city, a fascinating past, amazing food and easy connections for traveling to your next destination...

Yunotsu Onsen

Visiting Yunotsu is like jumping into a photograph from the 1900s—a time when Japanese houses didn’t have baths, so hot springs were the only bathing option...

Sasebo

Sasebo is the second largest city in Nagasaki prefecture...

Higashiyama Onsen

Higashiyama Onsen is a historical onsen (hot spring) town located on the eastern outskirts of Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture...

Osaka

Osaka's retro-yet-modern vibe gives it the feel of a cult 80s movie set in the future...

Nara

The relics are well-supervised by the city’s famous deer, who use their protected status as godly messengers to their advantage, regularly harassing tourists for local shika senbei (rice crackers for deer) especially near Todaiji...

Kyoto

Japan’s capital for more than 1000 years, the story of an ancient nation is written all over Kyoto’s cobbled streets, endless temples and gardens, and in the traditional way of life preserved by tea merchants and geisha houses...

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