Learn why you should visit this amazing country
to love Japan
When Japan launched the shinkansen in 1964, they left the rest of the world in the dust.Silently speeding at 200 mph(320km/h), you’ll feel as if you’re already in the future.
These guesthouses provide the ultimate Japanese experience, Wear a yukata, indulgein a communal bath and savoura home-cooked meal, washed down with plenty of sake
Explore the world of manga, anime, and cosplay in Tokyo’s Harajuku district
Don’t let its introvert reputation fool you – Japan hosts some raucous celebrations. Let's join them
From the imposing fortresses of the Warring States Period, to Himeji-jo’s graceful donjon, Japan’s castles seem straight out of a fairy tale.
Kyoto, with 1,600 Buddhist temples and more UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites than any other city on the planet, is a must-see for every culture vulture.
As the cherry blossom front sweeps northwards each spring, the Japanese public indulges in one of its all-time favorite pastimes: hanami-picnicking under blooms.
Some believe the rocks represent islands, while others believe they represent symbolize emotional obstacles. In these mysterious gardens, search for your own meaning.
As one of the world's most active volcanic regions, onsen can be found anywhere in Japan. Wash your troubles away in one of these bubbling pools.