Partake in ancient tradition by making a pilgrimage to three of Japan’s most important shrines.
Take the road less traveled on this coastal hiking trail once sought out by poets and painters for artistic inspiration.
The mummified remains of an 18th-century monk resides in this peaceful rural temple.
Let the scent of chrysanthemums take you back in time.
A spiritual awakening and a romantic view.
You’ve probably seen the thousands of cat statues at this Tokyo temple in photos, but seeing in person is believing.
Though rooted in sorrow, it's a stunning summer festival.
Tucked away in Osaka, this is where winners get their luck and the rest of us get to take in the exceptional scenery.
A bewitching natural underworld, hidden at the tip of Aomori.
A stunning onsen town a bamboo forest and wasabi ice cream but a tragic history.
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)...