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Nagasaki, Japan city skyline at dusk

Mount Inasa

This is the night, such a beautiful night.

Nagasaki Peace Park

Serving as a sobering reminder of the loss of life that occurred, the Nagasaki Peace Park is also an artistic symbol of the enduring struggle for peace.

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Fushimi Inari Shrine

Follow the path to riches through 10,000 vermillion torii gates.

Philosopher's Path Kyoto

Philosopher’s Path

Named after an actual philosopher, this streamside path inspires a zen state of mind.

Sumo wrestlers Fujiazuma Kazuyoshi with friends during tournament season. Sumo is Japan's national sport, most professional wrestlers are foreigners

Ryogoku

You vs heavyweight traditional heritage in the sumo center of the world.

Edo Tokyo Museum Diorama

Edo-Tokyo Museum

Tokyo through the centuries at this funny-looking but seriously impressive museum.

Ryoanji Temple

Find your zen at one of the world’s famous meditative rock gardens—serenity-seeking tourists tested, UNESCO approved.

Kannon is the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. You'll spot incarnations of this many-armed goddess throughout Japan.

Sanjusangendo

Don’t be fooled by Sanjusangendo’s austere exterior; concealed within these dark wooden walls are a 1001 statutes of the Goddess of Mercy, all built to human scale.

The Naiku of the Ise Jingu enshrines the sun goddess Amaterasu, the mother of the Japan.

Ise

Ise is the original pilgrim's playground; home to Japan's holiest shrine and some of the friendliest people you'll encounter.

Sensoji Temple in Asakusa , Tokyo

Asakusa

The grand temple of Senso-ji looms large in the heart of Tokyo’s downtown.

People eating and drinking in an izakaya in Ameya-yokocho, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Taito

Discover old time Tokyo in the downtown districts of Taito ward.