Watch historic Japanese plays with subtitles in a dedicated venue
A shrine with an impressive tunnel of red torii gates and home to Tokyo’s famous Sanno Festival.
Also known as Kyoto Kasuga, the shrine is a small piece of Nara in a Kyoto mountain suburb.
A little nihonshu, nature and... De Niro? Plus taiko drums!
The birthplace of Japanese plastic food.
Don’t be salty — appreciate the gifts of the sea and take a little Kochi home with you after this interactive workshop.
Cool off in Aomori this summer and dance among giant floats at Japan’s most iconic festival.
A wild — yet dying — tradition. Catch these dance performances before they're gone.
Chilled-out picnics, samurai, iconic food and street performers.
Watch a J-Soccer league game at the home of the Kashima Antlers!
Live and bathe like the locals — in a cauldron — at this historic and tattoo-friendly spot.