You'll be fascinated by the mystique of the brilliantly colored torii gates against surrounded by cherry blossoms laying in the mountains of Mt. Takayama.
What makes the three ehomaki unique are the squirmy conger eels that have squeezed themselves into the tubes, with their face and tails provocatively peeking out.
It’s not too late to bring in your good luck for the year with lucky charms and festivities in celebration of Setsubun.
For the first time in two years pilgrims run up the 200 stone steps at Kimiidera, Wakayama wishing for good luck in the new year.
A favorite part of the annual event is always the traditional ladder ride that conveys Japan’s culture dating from the Edo Period on how to extinguish...
These cute giant rodents are seen soaking in the warm water when the temperature drops.
Pokémon brings the happiness of its character Chancey to Fukushima and the region devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Travel in a space-themed train designed for the Expo. It’s being introduced gradually starting from April 2023.
Since 1946, Mataro Ningyo has been making dolls that reflect the highlights and newsworthy people of the year, in a fun way to remember the year...
In the shadow of Mount Fuji, the capital city of Shizuoka Prefecture is turning a city’s passion and famous products into real objects: postboxes!
The illumination event at Odori Park will be held every day from 4:30 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. until December 25.
Japan’s best seafood and most delicious fish return to Tokyo’s Hibiya Park from November 19-21 with the Japan Fishermen’s Festival and Discover! Fukushima Fish Festival.