Elegant comparisons makes adding a sense of time to your skyscapes a snap.
Full array of 366 hana komon, each with its own associated meaning and symbolism, is on offer.
Traditional Japanese art form gets an added kitty quotient.
People find themselves asking “Is this really in Japan?!” It is, and you should go see it for yourself!
The ferocious wolf goddess is reduced to an adorable fluffy puppy, but we’re not complaining.
One of Japan’s most beautiful and important katana is proving popular with history buffs and young ladies alike.
Jaw-dropping graduation project has audiences salivating for more from this one-person powerhouse.
After turning brown for a brief period, the body of water is back to beautiful blue.
Gorgeous summertime event offers discounts for visitors who come wearing kimono.
Beautiful and delicious, both inside and out.
Hokkaido-based cake artist draws on a wide variety of inspirations for jaw-dropping edible art.
Hundreds of origami components make up each of these beautiful “Trees of Cranes.”
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Century-old teahouse starts new life with tatami floors, zabuton cushions for customers.
We’re pretty sure even a machine wouldn’t be able to cut finer lines!
The bird that’s reborn in flames is reborn in the sky.
A popular destination for those looking for love or trying to start a family, but you’ll want to check the tide schedule before you visit.
There’s never a bad time to visit Japan’s former capital, but May is an especially good time.
The works of Hokusai and others, admired for more than a century, lend a touch of class to your appreciation of a cold one.
Crowdfunding campaign opens for Japanese international friendship initiative’s gorgeous designs.