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Edo-Tokyo Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

How did Tokyo become a bustling metropolis and leader in technology, innovation, and design? The Edo-Tokyo Museum chronicles Tokyo’s evolution from Edo, a ...  Read more

Osaka Museum of History

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 4 Reviews

Work your way through centuries of the past at the Osaka Museum of History, opened in 2003. Located just across from the Osaka Castle, head to the top floor to ...  Read more

Kobe

Most people only know about Kobe thanks to the famous beef, but this city of 1.5 million people is one of the most beautiful and most international in Japan. ...  Read more

Chidorigafuchi

During springtime, the parks and green spaces in Tokyo and around Japan come to life with colorful pink blossoms. Springtime is cherry blossom season, and for ...  Read more

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

Even if you don't have a burning interest in Japanese architecture this open air museum of restored  Meiji period buildings is a fun and offbeat way to spend ...  Read more

Engaku-ji Temple

Engaku-Ji Temple is a nearly perfect example of  Zen Buddhist architecture. Located in the city of Kamakura, to the south of Tokyo, it is one of the most ...  Read more

Hakone Ropeway

An hour train ride west of Tokyo sits the mountainous area known as Hakone, an area known for its views of some of Japan’s most famous natural sites. Domestic ...  Read more

Isshinji Temple

The Buddhist Isshinji Temple dates back to 1185, and was said to be founded by Honen, a Pure Land Buddhist (a type of Buddhism based on Mahayana Buddhism).  ...  Read more

Jingu Baseball Stadium

It's not the biggest or most modern baseball stadium in Tokyo, but Meiji Jingu Stadium in Shinjuku is worth visiting for it's unique atmosphere and history. ...  Read more

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

You'll know the Museum of Contemporary Art immediately by its distinctive, slightly foreboding gray geometric entrance way. The enormous building is a work of ...  Read more

Museum of Oriental Ceramics

The finest ceramics from the Orient – Japan, China and Korea – are all gathered under the roof of Osaka’s Museum of Oriental Ceramics, and the collection is ...  Read more

National Museum of Nature and Science

Tokyo’s National Museum of Nature and Science houses an impressive collection of hands-on science and natural history exhibits spread throughout the spacious, ...  Read more

National Museum of Western Art

Known colloquially as NMW, this government owned museum focuses on acquiring and displaying prominent western artwork. In keeping with this theme the squat ...  Read more

Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari

Out in the modern entertainment district of Odaiba you'll find Tokyo's largest artificial hot spring complex. Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari is an Edo-era onsen theme ...  Read more

The National Art Center

Like much of the Roppongi neighborhood, the National Art Center is sleek and innovative. The museum, designed by Kisho Kurokawa was designed to look like a ...  Read more

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