Known as “Heaven’s Grass”, the islands of Amakusa combine splendid natural beauty with a religious history that certainly does their name justice.
For its sophisticated arts and crafts as well as beautifully preserved traditional neighbourhood, Kanazawa is often described as “little Kyoto”. For the full article, please refer to ANA Experience Japan.
Rising above Mt. Torafusu lies the architectural beauty Wakayama Castle as the cherry blossoms engulf Kimiidera overlooking the sea and the town.
The seemingly simplistic confectionery “wagashi” belongs to Japan’s most renowned art forms and in its essence represents Japanese culture and life.