Eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites guarded by some very hungry deer.
The imagery of geisha almost always springs to mind when people think of Japan—set foot in Kyoto’s Gion district and you might just bump right into one.
Leave modern technology and worries behind, and rediscover a simpler way of life buried in the mountains.
Matchmaking mice save the day.
Get ready for your pants to be charmed right off at this picturesque mountain town.
If size matters, Kamakura’s bronze-cast idol proves that bigger is better.
Where geisha and France rendezvous over some of the city's finest cuisine.
Encounter spiritual Japan at one of its holiest destinations.
Time to reflect: Discovering the quieter side of the Yamanote line stops.
The 330-year-old center and symbol of Okinawan pottery.