March 14, 2022
Unusual Accommodation: The Most Interesting Places To Stay In Japan
Discover Japan’s most unusual accommodation with our guide to quirky and interesting places to stay across this spectacular and unforgettable country.
March 7, 2022
Guide To Tsutenkaku Tower
Set to open a new 60m-tall slide in 2022, Osaka’s iconic Tsutenkaku Tower is set to become even more of an attraction this year.
March 2, 2022
Meiji Shrine: Serenity Amid The Urban Sprawl
Meiji Jingu, one of Japan’s most important Shinto shrines, can be found deep within a dense evergreen forest spanning 170 acres.
February 28, 2022
Guide To Shima Onsen
Visit Shima Onsen to explore one of the oldest and most popular onsens in Japan, that just so happens to be easily reached from Tokyo.
February 22, 2022
Mt. Mitake: A One Day Itinerary For Nature And Serenity
When the excitement of Tokyo has got to be too much, head to the mountains to recharge in nature. My favourite mountain is Mt. Mitake, close enough to be accessed during a day trip from Tokyo yet still feeling worlds away.
February 21, 2022
Visit Japan 2022: A Month By Month Guide To Japan
When is the best time to visit Japan? What are the must-see highlights in Japan during each month of the year? Read on for our expert month-by-month guide.
February 14, 2022
Free Virtual Tour Tsukiji Fish Market, Get The Local Experience
Together with Arigoto Travel, we're organizing a free live tour of Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market and local neighbourhood. Join us and get hyped!
January 31, 2022
Guide To Former Samurai Districts In Japan
See what life was like for noble samurai and their families with a trip to these former samurai districts around Japan.
January 24, 2022
Japan In December
From winter illuminations and snowy weather to uniquely Japanese Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations, December is the most wonderful time of the year.
January 17, 2022
The Teahouse Districts Of Kanazawa
Kanazawa is famous for its history, beauty, and unique Japanese culture. These elements all come together in the city’s three well-preserved teahouse districts: Higashi Chaya, Nishi Chaya, and Kazue Machi.