The palatial room can be found at a hotel that accommodates the Japanese Emperor on his travels.
The travel agency says: “North Korea is a safe country! No terrorism, no thieving, no earthquakes.”
We’ve seen some big Kannon statues before, but this one takes the Zen cake.
Kumamoto Prefecture‘s stunning “Road To Laputa“, which looks like Studio Ghibli’s Castle in the Sky come to life, may close permanently.
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.
First look at the guest rooms and dining areas set to appear at the historic Meiji-era complex.
So does this mean you have to do a headstand to insert your face into the comic panel?
From modern art to classic Noh, with world-class shopping and dining to boot. Let’s take a look!
The unusual machine with the sweet folded paper designs is warming people’s hearts around Japan.
The “glamorous camping” experience comes to Okinawa with luxurious tents and amazing views that will have you wanting to stay here forever.
Enjoy the best of the cherry blossom viewing season with this list of the top spots to see sakura around the country.
A fearsome giant is no match for a powerful travel spot in this impressive video.
It’s amazing to see how far the region has come just six years after the 2011 tsunami, earthquake and nuclear disaster.
The all-expenses paid trip will take foreign visitors to sites in Tokyo and Gifu Prefecture that feature in the hit animated film.
One quaint little town calling themselves “Japan’s USA” unexpectedly found themselves in hot water for celebrating the new American president.
The magical rides include mysterious “invisible” ghosts chasing the carriage, which can be seen by passers-by.
The mysterious guesthouse is so unique it has a slew of repeat guests who have fallen in love with its rustic charms.
Passengers on board this Tokyo train said they felt like they were in an aircraft when they heard the live English announcement.
Hida City, Gifu Prefecture rakes in a whopping 18.5 billion yen in tourist dollars as fans of the film make pilgrimages to the region.
With beautiful images of pristine Japanese countryside, this clip explains why real wasabi is hard to find.