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Top Museums to Visit on Teshima Island

Naoshima and Teshima islands are famous for being home to numerous museums that showcase the works of various international and Japanese modern artists...

Enoshima Sea Candle

Constructed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Enoshima Electric Railway, this beloved lighthouse has become a regional icon since its completion in 2003...

Shinsekai

Shinsekai, or New World, was constructed in 1912 as a hip neighborhood of the future but quickly forgotten after World War II...

Top Museums to Visit on Naoshima

Perfect for a day trip, Naoshima and Teshima islands are famous for being home to numerous museums that showcase the art of modern artists from around the world...

Gora Park and Hakone Craft House

Furnace ablaze and a spectrum of colours to choose from: which will you choose...

Hakone Open Air Museum

Possibly one of the most beautiful settings for an art museum in the world, the Hakone Open Air Museum offers a glimpse into modern art like never before...

Sennichimae Doguyasuji Kitchen Street

But where do those in the know get their cooking utensils and kitchen essentials...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossom in Japan: Chugoku

Most visitors will end up in the Chugoku region because of Hiroshima but there’s a lot more to the westernmost part of Honshu than travel guides give it credit for, including some rather breathtaking cherry blossom spots...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossom in Japan: Kansai

winding cobbled streets lined with dark wooden houses, the sound of distant gongs in the mountains and - for a limited time only - cherry blossoms...

100 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Chubu

The central region of Japan’s main island, Chubu is the mountainous hinterland that predominantly serves as a passage between the economic centers of Kanto and Kansai...

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...

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