The Kuju Mountains will entertain day trippers and experienced hikers alike.
Small Worlds blends the magic of miniatures, captivating lighting and enchanting music to evoke a sense of nostalgia and discovery.
Contemporary Art exhibits celebrating the resilience of Tohoku 10 years after the tsunami.
One of the attractions of Izu Peninsula is Mount Omuro, a dormant volcano that formed about 4,000 years ago that looks like an upside-down bowl.
Visit a shrine built to honor the first discovery of gold in Japan 1200 years ago, whose grounds comprise a whole island.
Immerse yourself in tropical flowers and fruit at Miyako Botanic Garden!
Sitting at the summit of picturesque Mount Mitsumine is the ancient Mitsumine shrine.
Known as one of Japan’s 200 most famous mountains, Osuzu is home to many stunning waterfalls and valleys.
With 5,000 goldfish across a hundred different varieties, Art Aquarium Museum Ginza will not disappoint as a unique art experience in the middle of Tokyo.
Step inside a train gallery of colorful bridal curtain designs while savoring the panoramic view along the Noto Peninsula.
Get to know the neighborhoods in Kanazawa that have been preserved from the Edo era