You mean we’re supposed to eat these?!
Looks can be both beautiful and deceiving.
When Japanese travelers go abroad, they’ll be taking some of the country’s most famous and beautiful examples of woodblock print artwork with them.
“It was my first time visiting Japan, a place I had always wanted to see … I soon realised how lively and energetic this city really is.”
A Japanese photographer was fortunate enough to capture one of the most beautiful pictures of an airplane we’ve ever seen.
Whether your cup is half-empty or half-full, it’s always best if it’s beautiful too.
Taking a page from traditional artisans, these treats shine like gold near the Sea of Japan.
The internationally famous garden in Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture is a must-see for everyone at least once in their lives.
This delicately crafted story is ideal for viewers who want to change themselves for the better but just need to take that daunting first step.
Traditionally given as engagement gifts, this art form goes back for centuries, and even today is perfect for when a simple card just won’t do!
Paper-based media alone not traditional enough for you? Try pairing it with these.
Chinese cities shot in time-lapse and tilt-shift give a view of the most populated country in the world from a completely new angle.
You’re probably familiar with bonsai, but what exactly is its other traditional art form cousin, bonseki?
Even the drones are getting in on the cherry blossom viewing this year.
Akita, one of Japan’s northernmost prefectures, is beautiful in summer. But as this video is about to show, it’s simply gorgeous in the winter.
Family and nature both feature prominently in this stirring glimpse of a day spent far away from the bright lights of Tokyo.
Even when their brief time comes to a close, the cherry blossoms continue to be breathtakingly beautiful.
High quality cinematography and stunning drone shots combine for some beautiful artistry.
A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a “flower” that’s actually a crepe tastes a lot better.
Whether you’ve never been to Tokyo or you’ve been living here for decades, this beautiful artwork will have you ready to go out and explore Japan’s gorgeous capital.