Category: Culture

Muroiwa Cave, Shizuoka

A recommended spot for those who want to enjoy the calm atmosphere Izu known as one of the most famous sightseeing spots in Shizuoka prefecture. Among them, Nishiizu-cho, Toda village,...

Arashiyama Floating Lantern, Kyoto

Send the spirit to the Land of Happiness At the Bon Festival period, various events are held in Japan every year praying in various places. Arashiyama Floating Lantern is one...

Akan Ainu Kotan, Hokkaido

The biggest Ainu Kotan in Hokkaido Akan Ainu Kotan is in Akan hot springs town on the eastern part of Hokkaido, on the shores of Lake Akan, famous for the...

Tsuwano Tonomachi Street, Shimane

Tsuwano-cho is one of the leading tourist destinations in Shimane Prefecture Tsuwano is also called the small Kyoto of Sanin Region from its historic landscape. Among them, Tonomachi Street where...

Osaka Namba (Minami), Osaka

Many visitors from overseas visit not only in Japan Namba (Minami) area is where Osaka-like spots are gathered, such as Osaka’s sightseeing guidebooks that surely decorates the cover with Dotonbori...

Taketomijima Island, Okinawa

Taketomijima Island is famous for keeping the ancient traditions Yaeyama Islands boast of one of the best coral reefs in Japan. The seven islands are full of charm that makes...

Kyoto Gozan Okuribi, Kyoto

“Daimonji” is a symbol of Kyoto Gozan Okuribi (Mountain Bonfire) is a summer tradition that is also counted in the four major events in Kyoto. It is said that traditional...