Visit Higashiagatsuma in Gunma and participate in a Ninja Experience where a real Ninja will teach you the ropes.
Two hours north of Tokyo is Jumonji, an area in Mt. Haruna with rich, fertile soil and excellent vegetables—a delight for vegan travelers.
Find out about why the Silk Express, a new stress-free relaxing bus service, is a great way to visit Kinugawa Onsen, Yunishigawa and Nikko.
Hidden away in Maebashi City, the Shiroiya Hotel is one of Japan's best-kept secrets. It's more like a 5-star ART experience than a hotel! Read to follow Phoebe's journey staying a night at Shiroiya Hotel.
In this article, we'll take a closer look at what a Suica card is. Why you need one, how to get one, how to use it, its benefits, and other uses of the Suica card when traveling in Japan.
Learn about the UNESCO-registered Yamaage Festival in Nasu-Karasuyama 2 hours from Tokyo. The best way to enjoy it, train times, and more.
Popular hanami spots in Japan include Ueno Park, Inokashira Park, and Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. However, these locations can get very crowded. So if you wanted to go somewhere less crowded, why not visit places nearby Tokyo? Find some ideas here.
Nearby Tokyo talks to the staff at the Mito tourism department to find out more about Mito's local attractions, such as Kairakuen, Kodokan, Mito otemon gate, and Hagi flowers.
Nasu is not just a beautiful place to visit it is also the home to two tales, one about a murderous stone and one about a magical deer.
Visit Utsunomiya's Wakayama Farm to experience one-of-a-kind Winter Bamboo Illuminations in a bamboo Forest! (Nov-Feb)
Don't say no to the rainy season in Japan. Here are 4 interesting rainy season activities to do in Japan where the natural world magically comes to life.
Four family-run authentic sake breweries to visit in Tochigi nearby Tokyo. Visit a sake brewery to get up close to Japanese culture. Start planning a one-in-a-lifetime trip to Japan today.
Learn about the UNESCO heritage Yuki-tsumugi silk and enjoy a kimono experience near JR Oyama Station (only 40min from Tokyo).
Don't get caught out in the rain! Choose the best weather app for traveling in Japan and you'll never be surprised by hot weather or a thunderstorm.
A ryokan is a great way to see a traditional and local side of your travels through Japan. What is a ryokan? What should you expect? Find out here!
Visiting Tokyo for the very first time? Food and travel blogger, Brittany Kulick from The Sweet Wanderlust shares her favorite things to do in Tokyo!
Visiting Harajuku? The food, fashion & shopping in this pop culture hub is unbeatable! Catch a glimpse of the next big trend in this colorful neighborhood.
Interested in Japanese history? Visit Mito Kodokan to see where the 'Last Shogun' trained. Beautiful Ume blossoms can be seen in early spring.