If you’re preparing for a trip to Japan for the first time, you may have already decided which cities you’d like to visit, started looking into the climate to see what clothes you need to pack, and bought a Japanese phrasebook so you can try communicating in the local tongue when you arrive. But these…
Japan is known for its delicious food, and the top three dishes (sushi, ramen and pancakes) can be found throughout Tokyo. Check out our top things to eat in Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo is one of the biggest, safest and most culturally diverse cities on the planet. Find out what to do and where to stay in Japan’s capital city in our Tokyo city guide.
From early March to late May, Japan’s gorgeous cherry trees are in bloom — and the whole country celebrates! Learn how to celebrate the cherry blossom festival in Japan!
Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the world’s most populous metropolitan cities and has been ranked as the 11th most expensive city in the world for expatriates. Formerly known as Edo, Tokyo is an urban city with an impressive skyline as well as museums, restaurants, theatres and clubs of international standards that, all…
From fun-filled water fights to sparkling headdresses and nature’s finest displays of beauty, the Asia-Pacific region hits the festival circuit running in 2017. Better yet, festivals give you the perfect excuse to travel and experience the wonder of cultural displays! Are you ready for the adventure? Here’s a guide to 2017’s Asia-Pacific festivals. Songkran, Thailand…
Japan is a country of contrasts, which has a lot more to offer the independent traveller than just geishas and sushi. In this episode, we talk to Andres Zuleta of Boutique Japan Travel about what to do in the land of the rising sun.
When you’re staring at a map of Asia, it can be hard to decide where you’re going to go and what you’re going to do. Here’s some Asia travel ideas and resources to help you get past the map and onto the plane.
Osaka is an incredible city, full of quirks and culture. It’s a great place to base yourself during your time in Japan, due to its proximity to other cities as well as for what it has to offer for itself.
Japan has seen visitor numbers plummet after the recent earthquake and tsunami. It shouldn’t have, because there are many awesome areas in the country that are perfectly safe to visit, such as Osaka.
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