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100 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Hokkaido

The untouched and majestic landscape of Hokkaido is your last chance to catch cherry blossoms in Japan —a fittingly beautiful end to the fleeting season...

Senjojiki Beach

Senjojiki Beach offers up stunning rock formations and tide pools, but don’t forget your usual beach supplies becauSe it’s still a mecca for swimming and camping...

Shiroyone Senmaida

Picturesque Shiroyone Senmaida has enchanted many of its visitors with its more-than 1,000 rice paddies that descend to the Sea...

Yokote Masuda Manga Museum

Famous for rice planting, savory apples, and Akita dogs, who would have thought that Akita Prefecture is also the home of the first manga (comic book) themed museum in Japan...

Ishinomori Manga Museum

At the mouth of the Kitakami River on "Manga Island," the spaceship-like structure of Ishinomaki Mangattan Museum (also known as Ishinomori Manga Museum), stands as a tribute for beloved manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori...

Senkakuwan Bay

What is worth seeing doesn’t come easy...

Top 12 Spots to See Autumn Leaves Around Tokyo

The Japanese go crazy for koyo so why not join in the national pastime of ogling those fall colors...

5 Places to See Japan’s (Very Real) Winter Cherry Blossoms

Japan is world-famous for its sakura (cherry blossoms), which transform the country into a breathtaking sea of pink for a few fleeting weeks each spring...

Niigata Manga Animation Museum

That most notably includes Yoshifumi Kondo, an animator at Studio Ghibli, Rumiko Takahashi, creator of Inuyasha and the Ranma ½ series, Nobuhiro Watsuki, who is known for Rurouni Kenshin, and Takeshi Obata, the creator of Death Note and Bakuman...

Obama Onsen

On the eastern side of the Shimabara peninsula sits Obama Onsen, home to some of the hottest spring waters and the longest foot bath in Japan...

Yunotsu Onsen

Visiting Yunotsu is like jumping into a photograph from the 1900s—a time when Japanese houses didn’t have baths, so hot springs were the only bathing option...

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