Sardines take center stage in an Ibaraki aquarium, captivating visitors with dynamic schooling movements that have helped them traverse the harsh natural world.
Fukushima saw a successful start to the trawl fishing season, with a nearly 20-ton catch and energetic bidding from eager buyers.
For the first time in four years, the spectacular kaleidoscopic displays of the Kumano Great Fireworks Festival lit up the beautiful Shichiri Mihima Beach.
The majestic Yonako Falls, counted among Japan's top 100 waterfalls, is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring northern Nagano Prefecture.
To revitalize the region, Funasaka Sake Brewery is producing whisky using two local sites in Gifu Prefecture: Takane No 2 Dam and an old school building.
Meiji Mura is underrated considering all the architectural marvels it has to offer, including the Imperial Hotel designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Lotus leaves have emerged from the water to catch all the sunlight they can. The sheer abundance of them, covering every inch of the pond, is...
The Kiyose Sunflower Festival is finally back after four years, featuring music, dance, and even a farmer's market offering fresh local produce.
The brilliant lights of the "White Castle" recycling factory against the night sky add to the enigmatic atmosphere of the industrial landscape of Kawasaki.
Inuyama Castle, built in the 16th century, is Japan's oldest castle. It offers an unhindered view of Kiso River and the plains of the former castle...
Beautifully handcrafted paper lanterns will be released onto the Chidorigafuchi moat. The tradition emerged in 1958 to offer solace in the aftermath of the war.
Escape the city's hustle on the Setagaya Line — a short yet captivating tram route perfect for a day of exploration in Tokyo.