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Mojiko Retro

Mojiko Retro

Mojiko was a site of industrial development and a hub for railway travel. Raw materials were shipped to factories in central and eastern Japan via train and ships.

Tenmonkan

Tenmonkan

To shop and eat like a local in Kagoshima, head over to Tenmonkan!

Kobe Chinatown

Kobe Chinatown

One of Japan’s three Chinatowns and a center of the Chinese community in Kansai

Kanazawa

Kanazawa Neighborhoods (Nagamachi, Higashi Chaya, Nishi Chaya, Kazue-machi)

Get to know the neighborhoods in Kanazawa that have been preserved from the Edo era

Dutch Slope

Dutch Slope

This historical gem is a must-see when visiting Nagasaki. 

Ishinomaki

The ideal pilgrimage for visitors wishing to pay their respects to victims of the tsunami

okage yokocho

Okage Yokocho

Walk through ancient Edo and Meiji period downtown streets and indulge in local delicacies.

Nagasaki Chinatown

Nagasaki Chinatown

Come walk the streets of Japan’s oldest Chinatown

Tsuwano

A pocket of old Japan with attractions consisting of traditional-style buildings that house historical sites and modern additions.

Matsue Historic District

Beyond the castle moat, learn more about the history of Matsue along with its rich samurai and tea culture.

Johnson Town in Saitama, Japan.

Johnson Town

Japan's own little slice of 1950's America.