An enduring symbol of the vibrant city's dramatic past.
A distinct keyhole-shaped burial mound that's considered the largest in the world. Exactly who’s buried here, however, is a bit of a mystery.
Ninja time in the mountains.
Check out samurai re-enactments at this “Flying Castle” just a day trip away from Tokyo.
A hipster haven in an Osaka neighborhood unchanged since before WWII.
Kyoto’s undiscovered gem.
Romance comes alive.
Hiding in Chiba: take a bus that goes under the ocean to the castle’s peaceful Edo-style town.
The ancient silver of the far east. What once was Japan's largest silver mine is now its most historic.
Home of rustic onsen and fighting demons.
Journey into Tokyo’s forgotten past, before it became a modern Metropolis.