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Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
The highlight in Japan
in April has to be the visually stunning Takayama Festival (April
14-15) with its colorful, musical parade that features floats from the
Edo Period. Read on for more ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2011
As the last of the summer heat begin to wane, Japan ’s
foliage undergoes its dramatic seasonal transformation. Through late
November, a carpet of color spreads from the northern island of ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2011
Koyo (red leaves) spread like a colorful blanket from north to south Japan as the cooler fall weather sets in. Here’s our selection of the best places to experience the full beauty of Koyo in ...
Written by Lydia, September 2012
is a notoriously expensive destination, but that doesn’t make it
impossible for budget travelers to enjoy the quirky culture, amazing
food and stunning sights the island country has to ...
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2012
Christmas in Japan is unlike any Christmas you might have experienced growing up in the West. Japanese people, while tolerant of all religions, are predominately Shinto or Buddhist in their beliefs ...
In 1945 Hiroshima was hit with an atomic bomb. The remnance of this is still there today in a small park a few mins from the city centre. As it is a huge tourist destination it was easy to find by ...
We went to Hiroshima for a day to check out the shopping, what can I say!!! We did some walking but it was fun!!
Stay on Hondori St and find "Sun Mall" or "Parco", there are ...
We like the sound of January in Japan . Known as mutsuki – the ‘month of harmony’, it’s a month and a new years resolution rolled into one! Here’s a list of the festivals and events happening ...
Tokyo = Shopping and Night life
Osaka = Best food yummmm! (if you cant read japanese dont worry every restaurant has a fake model figure of each dish thatlooks real, but just point to it in the ...
The curlicue rooves of Japan’s castles is just one of the architectural features that makes theses buildings so impressive and admired. And yet beneath their beguiling wedding cake exteriors lies a ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2012
Attendance at one or more of the many cultural and religious events and festivals that take place in Japan
throughout the year can make your visit to the country particularly
memorable. The ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
Travel in Japan
is considerably enriched by attending one or more of the many cultural
and religious events and festivals that take place throughout the year.
The following is a sampling of ...
We went to the Kintai bridge so we could see what all the fuss was about, reality is its a really weirdly built bridge that is frustrating to walk over, lol. Either side of the bridge is beautiful ...
Written by Lydia, February 2013
Kobe’s local delicacy, Kobe beef, might be the only reason many people know the city exists, but those who visit will find a beautiful, charming city with an international population, fascinating ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Kyoto has so many
fabulous sights that deciding what to see can be quite overwhelming!
While there are many wonderful temples, you’ll quickly become
‘templed-out’ if you try to see too many of ...
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Doing what: Mt Fuji, Lake Ashi and Bullet Train Day Trip from Tokyo