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Anata no Warehouse

Anata no Warehouse is a trip before you even enter it...

A Guide on Where to See the Mummies of Yamagata

Three years later, his disciples will dig him up to see if he has successfully completed the process to become a self-mummified monk or living Buddha (sokushinbutsu)...

Kumano Kodo: Iseji Route

Traversing steep mountain passes, bamboo forests, cobbled stone paths, and sandy beaches, Kumano Kodo’s Iseji trail is one of the oldest surviving sacred sites in Japan...

Atami Adult Museum

A crank-operated fan underneath Marilyn Monroe’s dress reveals a rather *ahem* hairy situation at the Atami Adult Museum...

Tachiarai Peace Memorial Museum

Tachiarai City in eastern Fukuoka Prefecture offers two very different museums focusing on the history of kamikaze pilots towards the end of World War II...

Osaka

Osaka's retro-yet-modern vibe gives it the feel of a cult 80s movie set in the future...

Roppongi

It’s post-war reputation as a somewhat seedy entertainment district popular among foreigners has had a recent overhaul, with the building of several large-scale, upmarket commercial centers that have transformed the area into a classy and cosmopolitan meeting place for young professionals...

Shimabara Castle

It caused such a strain on the local populace that it was one of the factors behind the Shimabara Rebellion erupting from 1637 to 1638...

Nagoya Castle

If you’re into your samurai history (or you’ve just watched History of Japan on YouTube too many times) then you’ll be excited to know that one of the quintessential big shots of the time, Tokugawa Ieyasu, is responsible for commissioning the original castle...

Ouchi-juku

Ouchi-juku is a time-slip worthy of a Hollywood movie set...

Kokusai Dori (International Street)

Stretching roughly two kilometers through the heart of downtown Naha, Kokusai Dori Street - literally “International Road” - is a shopping strip that’s as unbeatably colorful as the capital city itself...

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