Stroll under thousands of famous bright red gates and follow the mountain trail while unravelling a history of 1300 years.
Throw your favorite ingredients on the pan, whether meat or seafood and build your own Okonomiyaki – the beloved Japanese dish.
Go behind the scenes of the famous Ghibli animation studio and meet your favorite characters.
Enjoy your day in Odaiba where there’s something for everyone – shopping malls, a science museum, Onsen spas, and even a beach!
Breathe the air of traditional and modern culture fusing together amongst beautiful Japanese gardens and museums
Taste Sapporo Ramen, that flourished in Japan’s northernmost region, under the influence of its snowy weather.
Embrace the stunning views of Japan’s beloved icon from the best spots around the mountain.
Savor fresh produce at Tokyo’s beloved fish market and immerse yourself in the vibrant ‘old town’ culture.
Lose yourself in contemporary art by local and global artists, and dive into the ‘Swimming Pool’, without getting wet.
Feast on traditional dishes from the rows of night-time food stalls, unique to the gourmet city of Fukuoka.
Enjoy your time together as the boat goes down the river through forests that inspired thousands of poems.
Step into the sparkling chemistry between anime, electronics and all things subculture like nowhere else.
Marvel at the beauty of the Itsukushima shrine and its bright red gate floating in the ocean.
Indulge in the renowned elegance of Kyoto through its exquisite cuisine that embraces local produce.
Dive deep into the neon jungle and feel traditional Japan hidden all over the city.
Walk down shopping streets full of Tokyo’s vibrant ‘Old Town’ atmosphere under the gaze of temples and shrines.
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