There’s never a bad time to visit Japan’s former capital, but May is an especially good time.
Bioluminescent plankton turn Kanagawa seashore into something that looks more like a Final Fantasy game.
Beat the crowds and skip the tourist traps with this guide to the little-known gems in the region.
Ditch Tokyo and Kyoto to explore this stunning mix of ocean and mountains.
A getaway home becomes a family home, with a young father who says his ties to family are stronger thanks to downsized living.
Just a few hours outside of Tokyo, but visually worlds away.
Although technically neither a “rainbow” nor “fire,” catching a glimpse of this phenomenon has put a spring in everyone’s step.
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!
Visitors are drawn to the serene stillness of the icy Fukuroda Falls.
This bucket list is a two-part series dedicated to all travel enthusiasts in Japan.
Researchers say this is the first time this type of behaviour between the two species has been recorded.
It’s hard to believe that the only thing keeping these rock towers from toppling over is an incredible centre of gravity.
The conditions are just right to surround Takeda Castle with a sea of clouds.
Nine locations to visit right now, and one to save for the spring.
Usually commuters get upset by train delays, but this time they were all smiles.
Whether you need to find breathtaking visuals for a website or pamphlet, or just want to lose yourself in the natural beauty of Japan, this is the place to do it.
With amazing outdoor eating spaces set on moss-covered grounds in the middle of the woods, this is a secret haven for lovers of nature and Studio Ghibli.
The secluded site is enthralling people across Japan with its mysterious and untamed beauty.
Here’s the potentially awesome upside of rain on the day you’re going up Tokyo’s tallest structure.