Throughout Tokyo you will be able to find small Christmas markets popping up around this time of the year, but none other attracts as many visitors as Yokohama’s Christmas Market.
Finding a spot to view the tree leafs changing in a metropolis may be difficult, but Tokyo’s Imperial Palace is the one spot you should not let pass by.
Be one of the 3 million other visitors at Kobe Luminarie illuminations to be in awe of its 200,000 hand-painted lights in Italian baroque-style.
Engulved in beautiful maple trees in autumn and plum trees in the spring, visiting Kitano may ensure good academic performance or heal your bodily ailments.
Kyoto Palace Autumn Opening, a time to admire the amazing architecture and lush gardens hidden within the palace’s walls.
An ancient great temple and recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site that actually does not receive many visitors even though its well-worth visiting.
My guide to bargain-hunting! Kyoto’s flea markets are a great place to get unique, antique and inexpensive souvenirs.
You might have heard about Kyoto’s famous Gion Matsuri in spring, well Otsu Matsuri is its miniature version without the massive crowds.