Kiyosumi Garden in Tokyo

Kiyosumi Garden is a walking garden that consists of fountains, artificial hills, and dry landscapes. Read more

Tokugawa Garden in Nagoya

Tokugawa Garden is located in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. It’s a Japanese garden that once belonged to the Owari Tokugawa Shogunate family. Read more

Is Japan Safe to Travel?

Is Japan safe to travel? Even with densely populated cities, Japan is consistently among the top safest international destinations for tourists. Read more

Tips for Visiting a Shrine in Japan

Today we are answering the question, “What are tips for visiting a shrine in Japan?” Read more

Can I Travel to Japan Now?

Updated: May 1, 2023 Japan is open to all travelers! On April 29, 2023, the Japanese government abolished all entry restrictions. The status of COVID-19 will be downgraded to that of the seasonal flu on May 8, 2023.

Hirayu Onsen in Takayama

Hirayu Onsen is believed to have been used since the late 16th century, during the Sengoku period. It was the first village in the area to be designated a national hot spring resort in 1964.
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Rikugien Garden in Tokyo

Rikugien Garden was constructed in the 18th century and is considered to be one of the two great gardens of the Edo period. Read more

Historic Villages of  Shirakawago and Gokayama

Historic villages of  Shirakawago and Gokayama are a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for their traditional farmhouses with thatched roofs. The roofs are made without using a single nail and are designed to withstand heavy snow. Read more

The Village of Asuka, Japan

Nara is considered the first official capital of Japan. But before Nara, there was Asuka. The Asuka period ran from 592 to 710 AD, and this area is often considered to be the first capital of Japan. Read more

Tips for Responsible Travel in Japan

Today we are answering the question, “What are tips for responsible travel in Japan?” Read more