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Toyama Memorial Museum

A walk through the everyday life of a not so everyday person.

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...

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...

Tokyo Closet Ball

Tokyo Closet Ball is where people can go to express their “true authentic lives...

Shitamachi Museum

One of several museums dotted around Ueno Park, Shitamachi Museum is something of a journey into Tokyo's past...

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...

The Tomb of Emperor Nintoku (Daisen Kofun)

Daisen Kofun, believed to be the final resting place of the mysterious Emperor Nintoku, is the largest tomb in Japan...

Unko Museum Odaiba

It may sound strange on (toilet) paper, but Tokyo’s poop museum is one of the city’s most trendy attractions...

A Guide on Where to See the Mummies of Yamagata

Three years later, his disciples will dig him up to see if he has successfully completed the process to become a self-mummified monk or living Buddha (sokushinbutsu)...

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