Sleep in a traditional Japanese house while surrounded by rice paddies, beaches, tree-houses, zip lines and a lighthouse on your very own private island.
The USB-powered device called Washable boasts the power to turn any bucket or sink into your own personal washing machine.
The Kyoto shrine famous for thousands of vermilion torii gates will spirit you away to a mystical world of beauty this weekend at its famous annual night-time festival.
At this enlightened facility, the management would rather people gaze at Mt. Fuji than worry about their fellow bathers’ body art.
Good news! Tokyo Monorail has announced this week that it will be providing free Wi-Fi on the Haneda Airport Line later this year.
Forgot to grab your phone or guidebook? With these user-friendly lockers, there’s no need to pay again if you want to get it and lock your things back up.
What could be hard about taking a pee in Poland? Where are you likely to see camel racing with robotic jockeys? Answers to these and more below!
Suntory is adding even more hospitality to Japan’s famously classy cabs.
Capsules are only the beginning of what this new Tokyo capsule hotel has to offer.
Our reporter Yuichiro Wasai visited a love hotel in Paris, France to see how they differed from Japanese ones, and left emotionally scarred.
Service will be available on four different hiking routes to Japan’s tallest peak.
Bring the crazy spirit of Harajuku fashion culture to your wardrobe by adding a giant slice of raw fish to your outfit.
From whacky, head-scratching sights to mysterious places of exotic beauty, this video clip reveals Japan through the eyes of travelling foreigners.
Trees will “breathe” with light and sound as their beauty takes visitors’ breath away.
Kuraberu Tōzai presents an easy-to-understand compilation of regional differences between Tokyo and Osaka in terms of cuisines, art, and cultural traditions.
If you’re planning a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage sites at Nikko in the near future, you’ll be missing out on two of the most famous original wood carvings in the area.
Pardon my language, or actually this tourist center restroom poster’s language.
McDonald’s Japan is famous for listing “free smiles” on its menu, and soon it’ll be offering free Internet access too.
Who wants to play hooky with us down in the islands next weekend?
We visited Mariko’s home near Shinjuku for a variety of unique cultural experiences, including a lesson in making gyoza and a homemade feast complete with sake and shochu.