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Misasa Onsen

Rest and recoup at this all-healing hot spring town.

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...

Shiroyone Senmaida

Picturesque Shiroyone Senmaida has enchanted many of its visitors with its more-than 1,000 rice paddies that descend to the Sea...

Namahage (Demon) Museum

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

Nichieiyu Bathhouse

Even though it is probably only known to the locals of Nagasaki, Nichieiyu Bathhouse has been the social hub for bathers since around the 1930s...

Tokyo National Museum

As one of the largest art museums in the world and the largest in Japan, Tokyo National Museum complex is surrounded by nature and cultural assets...

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...

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...

Where to See Kagura Dance in Japan

With colorful costumes sewn with luxurious golden thread– costing up to ¥2 million– and elaborate masks showing ferocious gods and harrowing demons, Kagura reenacts classic Japanese folklore tales of good versus evil...

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...

Saltybe Sea Salt Making Workshop

Sightseeing in the remote prefecture of Kochi is unforgettable...

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