Don’t miss it!
Considered one of Japan’s top 100 castles, Fukuyama Castle was built at the beginning of the Edo Period.
The eastern region of Kushiro abounds in national parks, wildlife and a huge seafood market.
Constructed out of stone in 1634, this double-arched bridge spans the Nakashima River and is one of several stone bridges built around this time.
Atop a frozen freshwater lake and sea of snow, Japan’s Ice Village reappears every winter.
One of Japan’s three Chinatowns and a center of the Chinese community in Kansai
This historical gem is a must-see when visiting Nagasaki.
Relive one of the most important moments in Japan’s history
Located nearby Mount Fuji, Oshino Hakkai is a traditional village that is a designated World Heritage Site.
This Hirayama-style castle features a pentagonal-shaped moat and is incredibly picturesque in the springtime.
A charming historical hotspot showcasing the prosperous former rice trade on the Sea of Japan
Whether for religion or to learn history, the chapel and its grounds have something to teach.