The Edo-Tokyo Open-air Architectural Museum was established in 1993 by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, displaying various works of architecture relocated from all over Tokyo. The best part? You can see everything from inside the constructions!
Covering an area of 86,000 square meters, the park is the main go-to location during hanami season, but offers incredible beauty all year long. If you're in Kyoto, don't miss it!
Jozankei Onsen is located only an hour away from Sapporo, Hokkaido’s largest city, making it a perfect weekend getaway.
The beloved character is the theme of a new exhibition in Yokohama, mixing art and science, featuring Japanese artists.
Do you know what umeboshi is? Or why it is considered a superfood? Find out!
The iconic duo will celebrate their 80th anniversary in 2020, and Matsuya Ginza is hosting the exhibition.
The magnificent construction dates back to 1606 and is recognized by the Japanese government as a historic and cultural gem.
The coffee giant has released two Strawberry Frappuccinos, RED and WHITE, along with a new pop-up shop at Tokyo Midtown, in Akasaka.
Hataka Dontaku is one of the most traditional festivals in Japan, being celebrated for over 800 years. Every year, during Golden Week, it gathers nearly 2 million people in Fukuoka.
Kurayami Matsuri is one of the oldest festivals in Tokyo, held for seven days from April 30th to May 6th. The main events are celebrated at night, making it an other-worldly experience.