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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.

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...

Hase-dera Temple

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

Hosen-in Temple

Nestled in Kyoto’s serene countryside among other temples stands Hosen-in Temple where appearances can be deceiving...

Fujiyoshida Sengen Shrine

Unmissable against the green backdrop, it marks the entrance to the sacred Fujiyoshida Sengen Shrine...

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...

Sennyu-ji Temple

These days you’ll be hard-pushed to find a temple worth visiting in Kyoto City that isn’t swamped with selfie stick-wielding tourists and groups of students on school trips...

Senko-ji Temple

Finding your way to the heaven or hell temple, Senko-ji, is like navigating your way through a bizarre purgatory in Osaka Prefecture...

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)...

Kumano Kodo: Iseji Route

Traversing steep mountain passes, bamboo forests, cobbled stone paths, and sandy beaches, Kumano Kodo’s Iseji trail is one of the oldest surviving sacred sites in Japan...

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