Diners will be rewarded for their courage at this yokai-loving restaurant.
According to locals, this much snow only falls once every two years in Kyoto.
This is the third time “gold” (kin, 金) has been named Kanji of the Year.
A lesson for peeping toms everywhere: you never know when Kamen Rider Knight will appear and put an end to your dastardly deeds.
Train include bathtubs, skylights, and separate restaurant and bar.
This brand new space has 5,000 books for guests to read, a special bar stocked with local beers, and bunks inside the shelves to sleep in.
Kyoto Police nearly close the case on one of Kyoto’s more disgusting crime sprees.
Some of Japan’s most iconic places to see the autumn leaves are now off-limits to photographers.
The famous hospitality of Japan’s old capital is being put to intimidating use to combat inconsiderateness outside this building.
New male characters join preexisting team of female 2-D spokesmodels.
Would you try the wood-flavored drink?
Ranking of Japan’s best fall colors will have you ready to head into the great (and red) outdoors.
Japan’s most polite city inadvertently throws shade on elderly motorists.
Japanese visitors are falling in love with the gorgeous gardens and traditional rooms at this atmospheric inn.
For a fee, visitors to Kyoto will have the chance to illuminate one of the city’s most distinctive landmarks with a color (or two) of their choice!
How many of the top 20 most popular Japanese castles (according to TripAdvisor) have you been to?
No Tachikomas were injured during the brewing process. Crabs on the other hand…
What better way to start your day than with freshly harvested, local vegetables from Japan’s ancient capital city?
After looking at the brilliant gold leaf covering the World Heritage-listed temple, you can now eat it too, in a beautifully presented ice cream cone.
Centuries of tradition meets the modern-day world of gaming and culminates in a beautiful display of kindness.