Visiting Japan anytime soon? Japanese food is the best in Asia. Here are some experiences that you should try on your visit.
Guest contributor Lindo Korchi shares his budgeting strategy for how to travel Japan on $10 a day or less.
Tucked inside the western edge of the Japanese island of Hokkaido, Niseko is a world-renowned powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders alike.
When you’re in Tokyo and looking for a nature filled day trip that’s both relaxing and an opportunity to get some exercise, consider Mount Takao.
The Ameyayokocho Market is one of the best markets to experience in Tokyo if you love shopping, food, and culture, in an action filled environment.
Tokyo’s Senso-ji Temple is one of the most well-known religious sites and attractions in the city, attracting thousands of tourists and locals daily.
An izakaya is a Japanese pub or bar that serves alcoholic beverages and food that tastes good with alcohol. They can be found throughout Tokyo.
Visit the Edo-Tokyo Museum if you’re interested in learning about the history of Tokyo and how it grew to become one of the world’s most influential cities.
Travel tips for how to experience Japan for less, including ways to save money on lodging, transportation, food and sightseeing.
The Ryogoku area of Sumida in Tokyo is also known as sumo town, and can be worth a visit even if you’re not there during sumo wrestling season.