Trees will “breathe” with light and sound as their beauty takes visitors’ breath away.
Find out why the biggest pug café in Japan is going to the dogs.
Kuraberu Tōzai presents an easy-to-understand compilation of regional differences between Tokyo and Osaka in terms of cuisines, art, and cultural traditions.
Sometimes there are restaurants you want to keep a secret all to yourself, and this is definitely one of them.
Samurai warrior designs get a warm-weather overhaul with colourful patterns and unique sheer fabrics.
People in Japan are heading to the ancient temple to hunt for the flowery hearts.
Seattle-based chain adapts to Kyoto style with summertime seats that offer a taste of traditional culture as you sip your coffee.
Talented freehand tattoo artist combines the unconventional with the traditional.
Some in the media are calling this incident yet another indication that Japan’s entering an unprecedented era of geriatric delinquency.
Japanese commenters aren’t so impressed with modern cityscapes, but are they just being nitpicky?
We learn a little about Uji City and its famous tea and also try green tea sweets by Uji-born celebrity pastry chef Toshi Yoroizuka!
Imperial court noble Pikachu, maiko Pikachu, and a Shiny Ho-Oh download are some of the exciting gifts now available around Japan!
The green white wine is part of a range of matcha-based alcoholic beverages which include chocolate liqueur, Japanese sake and umeshu plum wine.
For a limited time, the MACCHA HOUSE cafe in Kyoto will be collaborating with Sanrio’s well-loved apathetic egg, Gudetama!
Release your bushido spirit with this stunning new lineup of traditional outfits made for today’s modern man.
Get snacks, socks, coffee, and a cancer screening at your local Lawson!
Kyoto facility aims to harvest 500,000 heads of lettuce a day.
Spring, and cherry blossoms, may still be a little while ahead, but you’ll soon be able to enjoy a sweet taste of them at the Tsujiri tea shop in Kyoto!
Now you can enjoy all the delights of a cat-shaped dessert while immersed in the traditional culture of Kyoto.