We bring you the itinerary for the popular Japanese penis festival so you don’t come too early and have to pull out.
We take a ride on this new travel alternative to the Shinkansen bullet train.
Now you don’t have to stay overnight to enjoy this awesome hotel’s all-natural onsen baths.
If you’re an anime fan planning to make a pilgrimage to the real-life inspiration for Your Name’s location, your bus has arrived.
It’s amazing to see how far the region has come just six years after the 2011 tsunami, earthquake and nuclear disaster.
Two foreign passengers are the star characters in this true story that touched the heart of a Japanese commuter.
This incredible promotion lets you ski all day for free, in a powder snow paradise just a few hours away from Tokyo Station.
New pricing system makes some taxi rides over 40 percent less expensive than they used to be.
The second part of our Japanese bucket list dedicated to all travel enthusiasts!
This bucket list is a two-part series dedicated to all travel enthusiasts in Japan.
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.
Find out when the sakura are set to blossom and peak around Japan this year.
These eight pictograms will be used from April to make functions easier to understand for toilet users.
Just be careful not to spill your drink on the pages you’re reading.
You want me to kiss you where now?
While you’re progressing towards your destination, your smartphone could be progressing towards a full charge.
According to locals, this much snow only falls once every two years in Kyoto.
Not quite walking like an Egyptian, but we’ll take it!