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Mojiko Retro

Mojiko Retro

Mojiko was a site of industrial development and a hub for railway travel. Raw materials were shipped to factories in central and eastern Japan via train and ships.


Kanazawa Neighborhoods (Nagamachi, Higashi Chaya, Nishi Chaya, Kazue-machi)

Get to know the neighborhoods in Kanazawa that have been preserved from the Edo era

Nagasaki Chinatown

Nagasaki Chinatown

Come walk the streets of Japan’s oldest Chinatown


Get to know this hip Osaka neighborhood with Michelin-ranked restaurants, and strange architecture.

Shotengai in Nishinari, Osaka.


The “Skid Row” of Osaka may be a dream for budget-conscious tourists, but is it safe?


A neighborhood where Osaka’s lively personality is always on full display.


Welcome to the bohemian ‘hood where Tokyo's cool kids gather.


Even with a traditional flair, this Tokyo ward is all about relaxing and refreshing

Second-hand books stacked and priced in window display of bookshop in Jimbocho, Tokyo.


Tokyo’s book town.


The imagery of geisha almost always springs to mind when people think of Japan—set foot in Kyoto’s Gion district and you might just bump right into one.

View of Rainbow Bridge and Minato, from Odaiba in Tokyo


Tokyo's international district.