Japanese Twitter user sends out a tough quiz on the night of the Strawberry Moon.
Trees will “breathe” with light and sound as their beauty takes visitors’ breath away.
Do these woods have what it takes to beech out the stiff competition?
Japanese Twitter alights over one of the great mysteries of the cat world.
“The 100 what??” That was our initial reaction too, but the official list is just what it sounds like!
This is what happens when you don’t lay down a good foundation.
Passersby witness frightening scene as it happens.
Not every pink flower in Japan is a cherry blossom.
Family and nature both feature prominently in this stirring glimpse of a day spent far away from the bright lights of Tokyo.
Clever design even takes into account how to keep you entertained during those long, lonely nights.
Single-person sleeping areas connected by a common space give you a living room in the great outdoors.
Centuries-old designs brought to life by Japan’s most celebrated animation house.
Artist mixes rock music with Buddhist and Confucian architecture for peak imagery.
If all trees “bled” like this, it would probably be harder to cut them down.
There’s more to this unusual shrine than its stunning red torii gates that lead down to the Sea of Japan.
Photos taken in Antarctica by digital artist and astrophotographer KAGAYA have been getting lots of love on the Japanese internet—and we can certainly see why!
How well do you know Japanese travel destinations? Test your knowledge and see how many of these locations around Japan you can identify from photos alone!
Feeding fish is an innocent pastime — unless you’ve got a whole pond and a thousand fish instead of a small tank! Then it looks more like a horror movie!
In this age of viral videos, everyone is looking for the next big hit. People constantly have their smartphones out, desperately filming in hopes that something amazing is going to happen in front of them. However, as everyone records the incredible things that occur, we only have one piece of advice: please think a little bit about your own safety!
People all over the world have heard of Okunoshima, popularly known as “Rabbit Island.” It’s a tiny island off the coast of Hiroshima overflowing with adorable little bunnies who want nothing more than to smother you with love and eat your food.
But on our latest trip to Okunoshima, we wanted to go one step further: we wanted to be covered in as many fluffy bunnies as humanly possible. And what better way to do that than by becoming a bunny ourselves? Read on to see more of our pink, furry excursion.