Found between the western Honshu and the island of Shikoku, the Seto Inland Sea has one of the highest concentration of attractions in Japan.
The sacred and antediluvian Kumano Sanzan trio is comprised of Kumano Hongu Taisha, Kumano Nachi Taisha and Kumano Hayatama Taisha.
Resulting from a recent travel disaster, this guide will show you what to do when you find yourself in Osaka and the rains won't stop.
How a chance encounter with an old friend led to a causal vortex of change that would alter every aspect of my personal and professional life.
Found at the southern tip of Shizuoka's Izu Peninsula, the historic town of Shimoda is is deeply tied Commodore Perry and the opening of Japan.
Found less than hour from Hiroshima, the port and shipbuilding city of Kure served as the headquarters of the Japanese navy during the war.
Found west of Shinjuku, Koenji is Tokyo's top retro neighborhood. From vintage clothing to old school eateries, Koenji has much on offer.
While Hiroshima is no stranger to tourists, most visitors sadly only ever experience the sites related to the atomic bombing and World War II.
From ancient shrines to the lovely Kyodo-no-Mori, western Tokyo's Fuchu is an area that is chock full of hidden gems and attractions.
Prefecture's Inuyama Castle is Japan's oldest surviving medieval fortress. If you're in the area and like history, you need to check it out!
While the standard timing to view the cherry blossoms is the end of March, the trees reach their peak much earlier down elsewhere in Japan.
Found between Aomori to the north and the rest of Tohoku to the south, Morioka is a convenient transportation hub that also has many attractions.