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.
A tourist spot it ain’t but this only adds to its fishy charm.
A monthly market with amazing handmade wares and even better vibes.
Visit the historic heart of Edo-Tokyo, home to Japan’s oldest department store, the famous bridge with the country’s Kilometer Zero point, and much more.
Osaka’s funkiest ride.
More than an airport.
Take a cruise on the Blue Moon while exploring Hakodate’s famed commercial district.
A view of Mt. Fuji and Japan’s first “sushi theme park.” What more could you need?
Many of us may have overlooked the “Otaku Oasis” that is Osaka Den Den Town
Food is art in this centuries-old Kyoto market