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YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - AUGUST 15, 2015: Yokohama's Chinatown district at night. It is the largest Chinatown in Japan.

Yokohama Chinatown

If you can deal without the Great Wall or the Terracotta Army, then you can get on with your life knowing that there’s a not-so-little slice of China just half an hour away from Tokyo.

Yokohama is Tokyo's chic and cosmopolitan neighbor.

Yokohama

Yokohama is a quirky city with an ocean view and enough personality to make even it’s big brother Tokyo jealous.

The bright neon lights of dotonbori in Osaka, Japan

Osaka

A kaleidoscopic vision of neo-Japan.

Tokyo, Japan - June 4, 2015: Retailers busy selling and packing seafood in Tsukiji market. It is the largest fish market in Japan.

Tsukiji Fish Market

A tourist spot it ain’t but this only adds to its fishy charm.

Sanatorium Cafe

Taxidermy and tea at this quirky medical-themed cafe and gallery in Fukuoka city.

Daimyo

Where the cool kids hang out in Fukuoka for drinking and vintage shopping.

Morioka Sansa Matsuri

Morioka

Oodles of noodles in this colorful Iwate city.

Odori Park

The coolest park in Sapporo, even when there's no snow!

Sea salt adventure in Kochi.

Saltybe Sea Salt Making Workshop

Don’t be salty — appreciate the gifts of the sea and take a little Kochi home with you after this interactive workshop.

Mino

A gorgeous natural getaway right in Osaka’s backyard.

Rainbow Burritos in Shinjuku Ni-chome.

Rainbow Burritos

Tokyo's best burritos 🌯.