Go for the history and culture. Stay for the silly artwork.
From the well-known to the obscure, this year’s annual ranking of top spots has some surprises in store for even the most seasoned travellers.
A popular destination for those looking for love or trying to start a family, but you’ll want to check the tide schedule before you visit.
There’s never a bad time to visit Japan’s former capital, but May is an especially good time.
From elegant gardens to stoic shrines and museums of fine art, Tokyo is full of places to stimulate the mind, soothe the soul, and please the senses.
The tree is said to curse those who draw near, but thankfully divine protection is available nearby.
Mock monks after your money? On layman‘s terms.
It’s all in the name of Japanese culture and tradition.
Serene waters have been purifying worshipers for centuries.
The second part of our Japanese bucket list dedicated to all travel enthusiasts!
One shinto shrine is making news around Japan for dressing their miko in a garment many had never seen before.
According to locals, this much snow only falls once every two years in Kyoto.
Cozy Shinto-style fashion for relaxing at home.
Anime-style outfits have become so popular they’re inspiring their own fan art.
Some of Japan’s most iconic places to see the autumn leaves are now off-limits to photographers.
After making a splash at the box office, Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime leads to something you can pour into a sake cup.
Nine locations to visit right now, and one to save for the spring.
Ranking of Japan’s best fall colors will have you ready to head into the great (and red) outdoors.
With her own official Twitter account and a town in Tottori Prefecture behind her, Japan’s first ever cannabis character comes dressed as a pink-haired shrine maiden.
Luxury and divine assistance, all in one tiny, traditional package.