Whether day or night, Japanese artist Kagaya knows just how to capture the beauty of the sakura.
It’s time to picnic under the trees and bask in the fleeting moment of beauty.
Takoyaki dumplings are a ubiquitous snack in Japan, but we’ve never seen them like this before!
Mie town’s garden opens its gates after nightfall so guests can see the gorgeous blossoms in a whole new light.
Beautiful party supplies turn any party into a cherry blossom-viewing one.
Photographer captures Kyoto, and many other places in Japan, perfectly.
Up your origami game with these intricate cut paper designs.
It’s not only clean, but it’s beautiful as well.
Although technically neither a “rainbow” nor “fire,” catching a glimpse of this phenomenon has put a spring in everyone’s step.
Serene waters have been purifying worshipers for centuries.
Southern city’s lunar New Year celebration is even more ethereally beautiful when viewed from the rails.
Nothing sells the relaxing, hot water of Kusatsu like thousands of pixels.
The second part of our Japanese bucket list dedicated to all travel enthusiasts!
This bucket list is a two-part series dedicated to all travel enthusiasts in Japan.
Magatama beads have been around for millennia, but this is the first time we’ve seen them in sweet, edible form.
According to locals, this much snow only falls once every two years in Kyoto.
Nope, that’s not latte foam art of Tokyo Tower!
Sculptor Emily Coleman’s three-dimensional creations that look like half plant and half mythical beast are an absolute delight to behold!
Perfectly spherical cloud looks like it was lifted straight out of a manga panel.
Here’s a beautifully compelling reason to hang onto your change when you go shopping in Japan.