Japan has long been a destination for any traveler dreaming of an excursion in Asia, where teeming mega-cities are offset by ancient temples, and provincial spa towns meet neatly cultivated farm regions and rugged wilderness. A Honshu road trip in Japan is the perfect way to see Japan.
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Tokyo, Japan might be one of the most expensive cities in the world to visit, but sightseeing won’t break your bank book if you spent your time taking advantage of Tokyo’s free attractions.
The Japanese Peach Blossom Festival is a special day for young women in Japan. Otherwise known as Hina Matsuri or Japanese Girl’s Day, this special tradition is held each year on March 3.
One of the pure joys of traveling is discovering the culinary delights that are at your fingertips. Japan, in particular, is a gastronomes paradise.
The challenge to eating in Japan lies not only in finding local food and ordering successfully, but following the rules of table etiquette so you don’t make any social blunders.
The Japanese are experts at urban landscaping, and one of their most superb examples is Kyoto’s Golden Pavilion, also known as Kinkaku-ji, formally known as Rokuon-ji or “Deer Garden Temple”.
One of my favorite photos from Japan is of these colorful little temple dolls. We found them at the last station in a temple 6.3km from the top of Mt. Fuji. Although the weather refused to cooperate with us that day, we still had a great time exploring the area despite the fact that the […]
This is one of my more popular photos on Flickr, so I thought I’d share it with you. I took this photo from the front end of the Monorail on our way from Tokyo to Odaiba in Japan.