Not so long ago I took you on a foodie’s tour of Japan’s three major Chinatowns—and after all that delicious food it is time for a new cross-cultural experience right here in Japan. We are[…]
You just moved to Japan. You paid an absorbent amount of key money and other fees, and now you’re ready to move into your empty apartment. Where to get all those things needed to make[…]
Hiking, as we all know, is the best way to explore Japan’s vast and stunning nature—and Hakone has plenty to explore!
Whether you have some time to pass for your flight or are stranded due to a freak weather, New Chitose Airport will keep you entertained for plenty of hours. You might just even receive a[…]
Hokkaido is truly vast with boundless nature and a rich diverse history. Driving around Hokkaido on your own is a great experience allowing you to reach unique places, villages and sites for activities. So let’s[…]
When a large eruption occurred about 110,000 years ago and the lava started to cool down over the thousands of years that followed, Lake Toya rose from the earth. Today the caldera is regarded as[…]
Chinatowns in Japan’s Yokohama, Kobe and Nagasaki are a must-visit for any foodie for their rich variety of streetfood and other delicious Chinese dishes!
So you just touched down and are ready to see, do and eat in Hokkaido? From architecture, beer & fresh seafood these are the musts of Sapporo in a day!
Known as “Heaven’s Grass”, the islands of Amakusa combine splendid natural beauty with a religious history that certainly does their name justice.
Tucked away in Kansai mountainside lies Mount Koya, a true must-visit. But how do you get to one of Japan’s most secluded spiritual retreats?