From nearly 20 meters above the ground, the Unicorn Gundam looks out over Tokyo.
Quick and clever maneuver eliminates one of the few hassles about high-speed rail travel in Japan.
Jeep Island lists snorkeling, diving, and swimming with dolphins as its main attractions. But only Japanese people are permitted to visit.
Rest your body and wallet as you travel half-way across the country in your sleep.
Fans have been shooting photos and videos of the 19.7-meter (64.6-foot) Unicorn Gundam, and it looks incredible.
Go for the history and culture. Stay for the silly artwork.
Program starts field test this month.
People find themselves asking “Is this really in Japan?!” It is, and you should go see it for yourself!
Unbeatable deal in Yokohama includes full-course meal and your choice from over one hundred yukata and obi sash patterns.
How one man’s heartbreaking flight turned into one of his most memorable.
If you want to visit the Nagoya amusement park on a Tuesday or Wednesday, you’d better go soon.
JR East sets up new company to help make its robot-filled vision of the future a reality.
All furniture and amenities will be items from the beloved brand’s catalog.
Elderly traveler dumped 100 rounds of live ammo in Haneda international terminal.
Gorgeous summertime event offers discounts for visitors who come wearing kimono.
We’ve all heard of instant noodles; now it’s time for instant rice balls. Or…sort of instant.
You can’t always solve a problem by throwing money at it. In fact, you might just cause one instead.
It’s for trains, but “Space Station” did surprisingly well in the survey.
Come for the retro architecture, stay for the bath and swimming pool filled with onsen hot spring water!
International airport closest to company’s Kyoto headquarters lets you start your Nintendo travel fun right away.