Japan’s Chubu Region offers visitors an opportunity to experience traditional Japanese culture and food without the crowds common in Tokyo and Kyoto.
When thinking about things to do in Nagoya, Nagoya Castle is the top choice to experience Japanese culture and get incredible photos along the way.
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.
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.
Asia is a haven for noodle soup lovers, and though there are hundreds of choices, these five Asian noodle dishes shouldn’t be missed.