The grand temple of Senso-ji looms large in the heart of Tokyo’s downtown.
Eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites guarded by some very hungry deer.
Reunited lovers at Japan’s most iconic Tanabata celebration.
A distinct keyhole-shaped burial mound that's considered the largest in the world. Exactly who’s buried here, however, is a bit of a mystery.
Every August, it's the beautiful island's main event: A post-hippie island drum fest.
Blaze and amaze. Praise the ancestral spirits during Kyoto's annual fire display.
Head to Fukuroi for the biggest fireworks fest in Shizuoka.
A display to rival the Sumida River Fireworks.
Gotta catch Japan's cutest summer festival.
When the streets turn into the ultimate Japanese variety show.
Kyoto's rival is a city of as much elegance and historical significance—just more compact.