The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games has launched its official online shop where you can find anything you need designed with the official Tokyo 2020 logo. Take part to Japan Travel's Facebook contest and you might win one of their color t-shirts!
Koma Shrine celebrates its more than 1300 year history in a two-day event, beginning at 16:00 of May 19 (Saturday). On May 20 (Sunday), festivities begin at 10:00 and run until 15:00.
At the Gokayama Washi no Sato, or “Gokayama Japanese Paper Village”, you can buy washi and washi-made items and you can make washi yourself!
Everyone knows about Shibuya's Hachiko statue, the most popular meeting point possibly in all of Japan. However, on the southwest side of Shibuya Station, there is another landmark that many people miss: The Moyai Statue.
Pacific Okinawa Players theatre group's production of The Little Mermaid Jr opens this weekend. This production is family and kid friendly.
The Hatagasako former hospital was the second of its kind to be established in Shimane Prefecture which was quite modern at that time. The old building and medical tools remain from the late 19th and early 20th century. There is also a community space with a restaurant run by locals, using locally produced vegetables.
Walking the The Old Hakone Highway offers a unique atmosphere that travelers 400 years ago experienced.
In Matsumoto in central Japan's Nagano prefecture, Hotel M is a conveniently located, inexpensive hotel, mainly with capsules but with some private rooms.
Teganuma, the marsh between Kashiwa and Abiko Cities, is served by many bike rental locations. Take a refreshing ride around one of the largest freshwater marshes in the Tokyo area.
All about the latest music festivals in Japan. From EDC to Ultra!