Who knew yokai could be such fun playmates for kids? Kitaro Hiroba in Chofu, Tokyo is not your ordinary Japanese playground.
While algorithms and complex formulas may have a place in the art scene, Monet's Pond reminds us that there's nothing quite like seeing it in person.
Families display hina dolls to bless their daughters on hinamatsuri. But Saitama could be blessing the entire prefecture with a huge 30-foot tower of dolls.
Yamagata Prefecture celebrated kasedori for the first time in three years on February 11. Performers danced with all their might to bring safety and good luck.
TSURUMI Children's Hospice organized a special snowy day as an early Christmas present for children with serious illnesses or disabilities.
From this month, the Nozomi shinkansen is available for charter. The party can begin before you reach your destination, on Japan's fastest bullet train.
It's the perfect landmark to enjoy the rainy season, just a stone throw away from Tokyo.
Japan’s women curlers took the world by storm in the Winter Olympics, and now this Girls’ Day festival display recreates their message of the “power of...
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...
Japan is most famous for its lovely flowering cherries. As that season ends, however, the stunning, intense hues of wisteria take their place, coloring Japan’s idyllic...
These colorful koinobori are a celebration of children and a tradition-filled, cheerful sign of the changing seasons. This year, enjoy the celebrations safely!
Japan makes up for its short history celebrating the Christmas holiday with an abundance of creativity and array of winter illuminations