From luminous mushrooms and nighttime shows to stargazing and bar-hopping, discover how the tourist industry is making Japan's nightlife glow.
Sardines take center stage in an Ibaraki aquarium, captivating visitors with dynamic schooling movements that have helped them traverse the harsh natural world.
The majestic Yonako Falls, counted among Japan's top 100 waterfalls, is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring northern Nagano Prefecture.
"We extend our heartfelt sympathies and pray for the souls of those who have tragically lost their lives," in Hawaii, said Foreign Minister Hayashi.
Typhoon Lan is set to hit the central island of Honshu, affecting Kobe, Osaka, and Nagoya, among others. Find out about past disruptions and lessons learned.
As tourists return, so do abandoned suitcases. But one Tokyo hotel is creatively recycling this oversized waste into a fruitful opportunity.
Tourism in Japan is bouncing back to near pre-pandemic levels and Hoshino Resorts is meeting that demand with a new hotel in Tokyo's popular Asakusa district.
Anyone can join summer festivals for free, but for foreign visitors and others who want more, local communities are offering premium seats with extra benefits.
Despite facing many trials since it was built in 730, the Five-Story Pagoda at Kohfukuji remains a symbol of resilience, carrying people's prayers across time.
The number of inbound tourists is rebounding to pre-pandemic levels, signaling a promising recovery for Japan's tourism industry.
Hanabi, or "fireworks" is a beloved summer tradition in Japan, with fireworks festivals almost every weekend, and each display more spectacular than the last.
Seibu Railway, with trains to popular tourist spots, is implementing a cutting-edge simultaneous translation system to help the influx of foreign tourists.