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The Little Indigo Museum
An alchemy of color and music
The Little Indigo Museum is Hiroyuki Shindo's collection of textiles from Japan & around the world. Housed in a village elder's thatched house, it has a working set of dye vats. It is open from Spring to Autumn each year in the village of Miyama.

Goldfish Lanterns in Yanai
Try your hand at some traditional Japanese folk art
Goldfish lanterns in Yanai: This picturesque city is famed for its delicate paper lanterns, shaped like goldfish and hung proudly outside houses, shops and restaurants.

Celebrate the Tagata Honen Matsuri
Not your standard Japanese festival!
The Tagata Honensai Matsuri is a fertility festival, with the main event centring on the lively procession of a large wooden phallus from one shrine to another.

Nara City
Japan's former capital combines history and nature
Visit Nara, ancient capital and combination of history and nature.

Where to Go When Sick in Tokyo
Primary Care Tokyo Clinic
Bilingual English and Japanese speaking clinic in Tokyo. Dr. Joe Kurosu and staff provide medical care for Japanese and foreign residents in Shimokitazawa.

Sake Experience at Kafu
Learn about Japan's national drink at a tasting event
Learn all about the ins and outs of Nihonshu (Japanese wine) at one of the sake experiences at Kafu in Kyoto.

International photography festival
Kyotographie International Photography Festival is a photographic event presented annually in Kyoto during the height of the spring tourist season.

A peaceful and inspiring peninsula in North East Japan
Oshika-hanto — a remote peninsula in North East Japan, perfect for weekend retreats or hiking/cycling adventures, while supporting fishing communities as they rebuild their lives after the 2011 tsunami.

Harajuku Streetwear Brand Fashion
A Bathing Ape, BBC, Stussy, Supreme, X-Large, & more!
Harajuku Streetwear Brand Fashion includes A Bathing Ape (Bape), Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) and Ice Cream, Stussy, Supreme, X-Large, and more! Other shops that might interest consumers are resale shops like Brand Collect and a Store by Nigo coming this Spring.

Kagura Dance Tourism in Hiroshima
Traditional performances and more in Akitakata village
In the Akitakata district of northern Hiroshima there is a village where visitors are transported into a traditional Japan full of mysticism and ancient cultural influences. The village is called Kagura-Monzen-Toji-Mura and is famous for its daily performances of one of Japan's oldest dances, Kagura.