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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

Kamigamo Shrine

It’s impossible to miss the larger-than-life red shrine gate at the entrance to Kamigamo, one of Japan’s oldest shrines. Built in the year 678, it pre-dates ...  Read more

Katsura Imperial Villa

One of Japan's most important large-scale cultural treasures, Katsura Imperial Villa preserves traditional Edo period architecture and garden design. Tatami, ...  Read more

Kennin-Ji Temple

The oldest and one of the most important Zen temples in Kyoto, Kennin-Ji was founded in the year 1202 by a monk. Situated near the famous Geisha district of ...  Read more

Kuromon Ichiba Market

Nicknamed “Osaka’s kitchen,” the Kuromon Ichiba Market caters to the city’s chefs. Every day, cooks from well-known -- and hole-in-the-wall -- restaurants ...  Read more

Mimuroto-ji Temple

Known as the "flower temple," Mimuroto Temple in Uji City near Kyoto showcases a vast array of seasonal flowers. Starting in early April, Japan's ...  Read more

Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum

“Peace will come to the world when the people have enough to eat,” said Momofuku Ando, the creator of instant ramen.  Ando, originally from China, ...  Read more

Mount Kurama

Folklore says that Sojobo, an ancient mythological king who rules over minor deities, inhabits Kurama, a rural temple town in nestled in the northern Kyoto ...  Read more

Mt. Takao Cable Car

Mount Takao is a popular tourist attraction and hiking spot an hour by train from Tokyo. There are two ways to get to the top of the 599 meter tall mountain. ...  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

Myoshin-ji Temple

It’s not every day that an Emperor abdicates his throne and abandons secular pleasures to become a monk. But that’s just what Japanese Emperor Hanazono did in ...  Read more

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan

This shiny metal building in the Odaiba District is also known as the “Future Museum.” It's a great place to explore Tokyo's high-tech side and a fun excursion ...  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

National Science Museum

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

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