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Written by Lydia, March 2013
Japan is a surprisingly family-friendly destination with tons of attractions — theme parks, museums, castles, temples, parks and gardens — to explore. The hardest part of visiting Japan with kids is ...
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 ...
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 ...
Written by Emma, Australia, April 2012
is full of festivals, activities and events in during the month of May.
If you plan on venturing to Japan, here are some traditional events
that you won’t want to miss! Editor’s Note: ...
Written by Emma, Australia, June 2012
The Gion Matsuri is a famous festival that is said to mark the beginning of summer in Japan . Held in Kyoto ,
the country’s ancient capital since 869 AD, the Gion Matsuri is steeped
in ritual ...
Written by Lydia, July 2012
August is festival season in Japan
with more events held than any other summer month. If you’re planning a
trip to Japan during the late summer, here are a few of the traditional
annual events ...
Written by Lydia, September 2012
While the majority of Japanese festivals fall within the summer months, festival season never really ends in Japan . Here are a few of those events that you can look forward to in September. ...
Written by Lydia, October 2012
Tokyo gets all the attention for its big city feel and Kyoto for its ancient culture, but the city of Osaka shouldn’t be overlooked when planning your Japan
itinerary. Known for its ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
This cherry blossom festival is located of course at the kintai bridge, its most famous for its hump like structure, its a small fee to cross this famous bridge to get to the beautiful gardens on the ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2012
Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine in the heart of Yoyogi Park ,
Shinjuku, posthumously dedicated to the Emperor Meiji (1852-1912) and
the Empress Shoken. Founded in 1920, the shrine is contained ...
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2011
Exploring everything from Japan ’s history and culture to anime, photography and the just plain bizarre is easy. There’s a museum in Tokyo that will inform, entertain and inspire you.
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Tokyo is not a city
that immediately springs to mind when thinking of child-friendly places
to take the kids. While parks and playgrounds may be thin on the ground
in Tokyo, there’s plenty to ...
Written by Emma, Australia, December 2012
Part museum, part reading room, the Kyoto International Manga Museum is devoted to Japanese manga and boasts the world’s largest collection of manga related work. Opened in 2006 in an old elementary ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2012
The Waseda Shochiku Cinema is one of Tokyo ’s
oldest movie theaters and is quite an institution in the popular
student area of Takadanobaba. Showing movies for over 50 years, Waseda
Shochiku is ...
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Doing what: Kyoto Cooking Class, Sake Tasting and Nishiki Food Market Walking Tour