Changes for Climbing Mount Fuji in 2024

Every year, the goal of climbing Mount Fuji attracts thousands of tourists from all around the world. It’s Japan’s highest peak at 3,776 meters and an iconic symbol of the country, but things are changing starting in 2024. Read more

Japan Baseball at Nagoya Dome 2022

Watching baseball in Japan is a lot of fun. The fans really get into the game shouting synchronized chants and cheers. There is even a special cheer song for each player at bat on the home team. Read more

Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament 2022

Watching the Grand Sumo Tournament live in action is the best way to truly experience Japan’s national sport. It is full of ritual and ancient customs dating back 1500 years. Read more

What is Sumo Wrestling in Japan?

Today we are answering the question, “What is sumo wrestling in Japan?” Read more

Grand Sumo Tournament on NHK World

The best way to see sumo is live and in person. However, it’s hard to be in Japan for every tournament. So the next best thing is to watch the Grand Sumo Tournament on NHK World. Read more

Free 1-Day Passes at Fukushima Japan Ski Resorts

Japan ski resorts in Fukushima are currently offering discounted ski passes for international tourists.

Visit any of the 22 ski resorts in the Aizu (i.e., Alts, Grandeco, Nekoma) and Minami Aizu (i.e., Takatsue, Daikura) areas from now until March 31, 2017 to take advantage of this offer. Read more