Yokohama is a quirky city with an ocean view and enough personality to make even it’s big brother Tokyo jealous.
Leave modern technology and worries behind, and rediscover a simpler way of life buried in the mountains.
Get a refined taste of a traditional Edo garden without having to brave the crowds of the Imperial Palace.
Prehistoric flowers and record-breaking rice paddy art at this park in rural Saitama.
Travel in a picture book-like scenery with Mt. Fuji in the backdrop.
Out of all the parks in Tokyo, Yoyogi Park has the most character; equal parts beautiful, quirky and just plain odd.
Your gateway to the Yamanote line’s garden paradise.
Even a samurai needs to unwind.
Truly live like the locals at this park dedicated to these ancient Yayoi period ruins, going back over 2,000 years.
A great escape lies along this former military runway.