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[…]
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?
The small former merchant district of Naramachi does its best to preserve its Edo-period atmosphere and charm to this day.
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.
Buddhist temples in Japan always tend to leave quite an impression. They house some of the finest traditional art and architecture in the world and are maintained with the greatest care. Yet there is a[…]
As the largest Imperial villa in Kyoto, Shugakuin has an excellent view over Kyoto throughout the year. Designed in the mid-17th century by Emperor Go-Mizunoo himself working together with some of the finest architects and[…]