We have compiled a guide of everything that is worth seeing and enjoying at the amazing Tsukiji Fish Market. There is not much time left until the relocation of the market, so take the next opportunity to marvel at this famous place by yourself!
Hita yakisoba from Ōita is beloved by locals. It is carefully cooked on a grill, not fried like regular yakisoba. This article will introduce its crispy charms.
Akihabara, Japan’s modern pop culture hub, is close to Tōkyō’s main sightseeing spots. GRIDS Akihabara is a hostel conveniently located in this area. Here you can find a room to meet your needs.
Have you ever heard of "Shichifukujin", the Seven Deities of Good Luck? Visiting the temples and shrines dedicated to them is said to bring blessings and good fortune. One of the areas in Tokyo where such a tour can be performed is Azabu in Minato ward.
Nagasaki city has a culture of its own, one that is a mixture of western, Chinese and traditional Japanese culture. Nagasaki is also known as a city of slopes, making it a little difficult to tour the city on foot. We will be introducing the tram that will make your transportation and sightseeing in Nagasaki much easier.
A prosperous hub for international trade, Nagasaki is a unique fusion of the West and East, which has left many historical sites you shouldn't miss when visiting the city!
Nagasaki has prospered as a doorway between Japan and the outer world since the Edo period. In this article, we introducing the most convenient ways to travel to Nagasaki as of June 2016.
Want to learn how to prepare traditional Japanese dishes while in Japan? We have compiled a series of places where you can enjoy Japanese cooking lessons.
Welcome to stylish Cafe Yū, where matcha lattes are served in handcrafted pottery cups. This cafe is located in Fukuoka city's Daimyō ward, a trend-setting area.
So, you've gone shopping, seen the castle and aquarium, been to USJ... what else is there to do in Ōsaka? How about learning how to cook your own Japanese dishes?
Are you looking for a vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free dining place in Japan? We have compiled here a list of vegetarian restaurants and useful information sources on vegetarian dining.
At T's Tantan, a ramen restaurant located inside Tokyo Station, the dishes are made without any ingredients of animal origin. It's a perfect pit stop for vegan visitors!
Enjoy the sight of adorable bonsai and taste delicious Japanese summer sweets at GRADO, a cafe in Ōsaka's Sumiyoshi area, a neighborhood that still retains the charm of Japan from the old days. With its staff who can help with any language barriers, GRADO is the perfect place to kick back and relax.
Ōita prefecture is famous for its hot springs, but did you know there's more to enjoy? Among them is the charming old town of Mamedamachi where old architecture still stands as testament to a different time.
The Tōkyō Character Street in Tōkyō Station is a one-stop shopping area, with more than 30 shops featuring goods designed after your favorite anime characters!
The Tokyo Dome City is home to shopping areas, hotels, and even an amusement park. We list five great attractions for foreign visitors to the park.
Japan's youth - and many international celebrities - have long made the pilgrimage to the fashion capital that is Laforet Harajuku. A visit here is a one-of-a-kind experience!
One of Japan's favorite summer foods is watermelon. The fruits is used in a pinata-like game called "suika wari" that people play at BBQs and on the beach each summer.
Summer in Kyōto means one thing: the Gion Festival. For the first time in 50 years, the Ato-matsuri ("after festival") was revived last year.
Shopping is part of the fun of traveling in Japan. Today we'll be introducing Shisui Premium Outlets(R), a shopping spot popular among visitors to Japan.
"Laputa: Castle in the Sky" is a world-famous animation film by Studio Ghibli. The Third Battery found on Tomogashima in Wakayama is known as a place just like the world of Laputa, and attracts visitors from all over.