Otome Road

Specialities Anime & Manga - Interested in the 2D side of Japan? Head to Otome Road in Ikebukuro, which has anime and manga goods, voice actor CDs, doujinshi (self-published works...

8bit Cafe

Specialities Anime & Manga - Shinjuku is Inception come true for those looking to see into the future – skyscrapers touching the clouds, high-rise buildings so close that they're ...

Kaho Gekijou Kabuki Theater

Specialities Art & Design - Situated in Iizuka in the idyllic rural region of Chikuho, Fukuoka Prefecture, the Kaho Gekijo Kabuki Theatre offers authentic kabuki performances thr...

Nikko Toshogu Shrine

Specialities History - This elaborate shrine complex reached full completion in 1636 and is the final resting place of the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate...

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Specialities History, Museums - Located in downtown Hiroshima, the Peace Memorial Park is a place for remembrance - commemorating the city and the nearly 140,000 victims lost to the....

Sakitama Kofun Park

Specialities History - "Kofun" is the Japanese word for an ancient burial mound, which Sakitama Kofun Park has aplenty. Entering into the park with no prior knowledge, the.....

The Hundred Caves of Yoshimi

Specialities History - Though they're called the hundred caves of Yoshimi, there are actually 219 of them in this little town in Saitama. In folklore, it was thought...

Odawara

Specialities History - Odawara is an often overlooked gateway to nature and history. Tourists looking for castles or towns rich in Japanese traditional culture often opt for...

Toyama Memorial Museum

Specialities History - The Toyama Memorial Museum is a collection of buildings founded by prominent businessman Gen-ichi Toyama as a home for his mother. Reconstructed from ...

Tagawa Coal Mining Museum

Specialities Museums - Once the epicentre of the coal mining in Japan, Tagawa is home to an entire museum dedicated to its rich history and deep involvement in...

Togetsukyo Bridge

Specialities Landmark - Built over Kyoto’s former commerce center along the Oi River, the timeless Togetsukyo Bridge - which literally translates to “Moon-Crossing Bridge” - ...

«Previous Next»