The Sagemon Girls are here to introduce their wonderful, little-known city to you!
The 20th century’s version of “Cool Japan” seems a lot cooler than the 21st century’s.
Escaping from a castle turret in Japan involves hurtling down a narrow, flexible chute!
Japan is the land of super adorable things and the animals there are no different.
Last year about 5 million Chinese tourists visited Japan, and Chinese website NetEase was kind enough to compile a list of seven of Japan’s most unusual habits according to them.
Riding a panda has never been more charitable.
Stroll through hidden alleyways filled with lights and lanterns in this beautiful homage to the night in Tokyo.
The new service offers traditional Japanese wedding ceremonies to all nationalities, genders, and sexual orientations.
Don’t try this at home!
You can probably tell which stations they’ll be played at, but can you guess which songs have been chosen?
There’s more to this unusual shrine than its stunning red torii gates that lead down to the Sea of Japan.
It’s a much better way to enjoy Mount Fuji than from a speeding bullet train.
Use of Swastika-like maji symbol deemed “inappropriate” for maps for foreign users.
New year, new bullet train as Japan Railway debuts its high-speed art gallery.
The People’s Daily reports that graduates from a Quingdao-area school are encouraged to compete in a runway competition to net jobs as flight attendants or models.
Have you ever looked at a vending machine in Japan and had no idea what the strange, kanji-labelled drinks were? Now there’s a new interactive service that will explain everything for you!
Drunken revellers, rejoice! This festive season you can snooze past your train stop all you like—the rescue bus has got you covered!
Now you can enjoy a vacation in cool anime style with Sailor Moon travel accessories in six character designs.
How well do you know Japanese travel destinations? Test your knowledge and see how many of these locations around Japan you can identify from photos alone!
Move over, Land Down Under! The “Administrative District Down and Off to the Side” of Japan not only looks like you, but can go toe-to-toe with many of your attractions.