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Yunotsu Onsen

Home of rustic onsen and fighting demons.

Higashiyama Onsen

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

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...

Taito

Taito is a ward in Tokyo that is synonymous with tradition, and consequently, tourists...

Gion

The original Japanese pleasure quarter, Gion is Kyoto condensed into a scene straight out of Memoirs of a Geisha...

Ryogoku

The spiritual and physical home of sumo, Ryogoku is where centuries of Japanese tradition continue to live and breathe right in the whirl of modern Tokyo...

Kawagoe

You'll find little shops selling sweets, tea leaves and other souvenirs lining the stone-paved streets...

Otoyo Shrine

While Komainu statues, regal lion-dogs who stand guard at the gates of shrines and temples, are a familiar sight throughout Japan, Otoyo Shrine has an altogether different security detail...

Tsuboya Pottery Street

It’s no exaggeration to say that Tsuboya Pottery District is the bona fide birthplace of yachimun - a regional word describing all pottery made by Okinawan artisans that uses only indigenous soil...

National Theatre of Japan

The larger theatre often holds performances of the famous traditional Japanese arts like Kabuki, Noh and Bunraku...

Saitama Craft Center

This is hosokawa-gami, one of three types of washi (traditional Japanese paper) that has been recognized by UNESCO as a piece of intangible cultural heritage - and it's only made in Saitama...

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