If you can deal without the Great Wall or the Terracotta Army, then you can get on with your life knowing that there’s a not-so-little slice of China just half an hour away from Tokyo.
Live and bathe like the locals — in a cauldron — at this historic and tattoo-friendly spot.
Life in the chicest slow lane imaginable.
This guesthouse-studio hybrid is redefining cultural exchange in the Japanese countryside.
What do The Beatles and a mummy have in common? You can find them both at this Yamagata Temple.
Fewer tourists, more sashimi and don't forget the citrus!
The ancient silver of the far east. What once was Japan's largest silver mine is now its most historic.
Sippin' sake and seeing snow sculptures at Japan’s original snow festival.
Home of rustic onsen and fighting demons.
Retreat from the urban hustle and bustle of Fukuoka City by taking a trip to the “Kingdom of Fruits,” where you’ll find an inari shrine (Shinto shrine dedicated to the god Inari)...
A hidden gem of Hiroshima City’s nightlife and a perfect place to sink your teeth into some okonomiyaki.