Yokohama is a beautiful port city to visit during a nice sunny day, but did you know that the city is also a great spot to enjoy some of the best nightlife in Japan? Here is a list of things to do at night in Yokohama you should absolutely know about!
Ippudo has been providing fine tea in the heart of Kyoto for almost 300 years! They sell tea cultivated in and around Kyoto, which is known to be of the highest quality. More than a tea shop, it is also a tea room and a tea class! While in Kyoto, you should definitely check it out for yourself.
Cocktail bars, clubs, and live jazz bars! If you are looking for a variety of fun spots to visit to fully enjoy the nightlife of Kobe, here's a list of things to do to that has a bit of everything for everyone. These spots are not tourist traps; they are most of all popular with the locals!
While in Osaka, you might want to try the best of what the city has to offer in terms of cuisine. Hajime is ranked 36 out of the top 50 restaurants in the world! If you would like to splurge for an unforgettable gastronomical experience, make sure to make a reservation to try Hajime!
If you're lucky enough to be visiting Kyoto during the cherry blossom season, here are the spots you need to visit to see all the beauty the city has to offer!
Tokyo Gay Pride is a weeklong celebration held in Tokyo from April 28th to May 6th. The goal of the event is to promote a society where people feel free to be themselves, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Let's have a fun pride week!
This is a complete guide to where to have Halal Japanese cuisine in Osaka! You will find anything from ramen to yakiniku and also Osaka specialities, such as takoyaki!
Ikebukuro has plenty of good spots to enjoy your evening and party until the wee hours of the night! You will definitely find this area guide useful if you are looking to have fun in Ikebukuro after 8 PM.
If you love anime and if you're into cosplay, this event should really be on your bucket list. Here's the essential information on Tokyo's biggest anime event.
If you would like to try Osaka's most iconic cuisine, takoyaki, you can stop by these restos to have a taste of Kansai food!
If you are a true manga fan, you definitely need to stop by the Kyoto International Manga Museum! You could easily spend the day there browsing the permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as relaxing with one of their numerous comic books. They even have a cafe for some kawaii treats and meals. There's really everything you need to spend a fun-filled day with friends or family!
Nashi pears are a type of pear found in Japan. They have been grown for over a thousand years. This article will tell you all about the Japanese nashi pear: what it is, the popular types, and how Japanese people consume them.
The Kyoto Higashiyama Hanatouro illumination festival held in March in is one of the most magical events the capital has to offer in the spring. Here is a guide on things to do to fully enjoy the festival.
Kaiseki cuisine is a completely unique dining experience that you must try at least once while you're in Japan. Kaiseki is a series of beautifully presented dishes. Kaiseki generally is quite pricey, but not all of these restos are. Check out our list of kaiseki restaurants you need to try in Kyoto!