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Can I Travel to Japan Now?

Updated: November 14, 2022 Yes! The doors are officially open to independent travelers, and visa-free travel has been restored.

Yoshino Cherry Blossoms

Yoshino in Nara Prefecture is one of the best spots to see cherry blossom in Japan. With over 30,000 cherry blossom trees lining Mount Yoshino, the view is spectacular. Many say it’s the best area in Japan to see cherry blossoms. Read more

Yamazaki River Cherry Blossoms

Today, we’re going to look at some beautiful cherry blossoms. We’re at the Yamazaki River in Nagoya. It is one of the top 100 best places to see cherry blossoms in Japan. Read more

When is Cherry Blossom Season in Japan?

Today we are answering the question, “When is cherry blossom season in Japan?” Read more

COVID-19 Update #6

We’re feeling optimistic about Japan opening up before the spring next year.

COVID-19 Update #5

We’re halfway through 2021 and finally starting to see a light at the end of this long, dark COVID-19 tunnel. We’re keeping our nose to the grindstone and working hard towards showing our guests an amazing time in spring of 2022.

COVID-19 Update #4

Tourism to Japan for 2021 is looking much like 2020…BLEAK. Although Japan is going to hold the Olympic games, they’re not going to allow foreign spectators. The athletes will be tested frequently and will only be permitted to go to practice and their competitive events.

Should I Visit Japan in May or October?

May and October are some of the best months to travel to Japan. They have about the same amount of crowds and the same probability of rain. In both May and October, the chance of rain is about 30-35 percent, and 50 percent of the days are sunny. In order Read more

COVID-19 Update #3

2020 is over! Which officially puts us in the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic and there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel. Vaccine rollouts are under way in the G7 nations, which include both the USA and Japan.

COVID-19 Update #2

2020 has been an extremely difficult year on a global scale. Japan is currently restricting entry to foreign tourists from over 150 countries around the world, including the United States. It is unclear when tourists will be able to enter the country, but there has been mention of a gradual reopening starting in April 2021.