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Battleship Island in Nagasaki

Gunkanjima (Hashima Island)

The inspiration behind the villain’s hideout in the 2012 Bond film Skyfall, Gunkanjima is an eerie time capsule of Japan’s industrial age.

Ouchi Juku Village In Fukushima, Japan


3, 2, 1 and action...

Monument for LARA

Two stones in Yokohama tell a big story of generosity and spirit.


A remote treasure island with a long military history.

Ryugadou Cave

Explore the underground depths of Kochi's prehistoric past.

Shimabara Castle in Shimabara, Nagasaki, Japan.

Shimabara Castle

A picture-perfect castle with a not so picture-perfect history.

Yoshinogari Historical Park

Truly live like the locals at this park dedicated to these ancient Yayoi period ruins, going back over 2,000 years.

Goto Islands

You’ve got to go to Goto. Try saying that three times fast.

Hakone Checkpoint

Check in at Hakone's historic gate.

Nagoya, Japan - November 21 2013: Nagoya Castle was built by Ieyasu Tokugawa between 1610 - 1612, burnt down in WWII and reconstructed in 1957

Nagoya Castle

Castles, no matter what shape or form, are cool. Nagoya's version is no exception.