"The town of Kawagoe has been called "Little Edo" for ages. It has been called so because it is reminiscent of the Edo era. Kawagoe still has the nostalgic atmosphere of Edo. Enjoy a fulfilling one-day trip by starting your walk through this town that has preserved Japanese culture in the famous Kurazukuri Street filled with storehouse-type structures."
Kissatens are the birthplace of Kyoto's thriving cafe culture. Fortunately, in a town that preserves traditions, it's possible to find kissatens (pronounced key-sa-ten) dating back prior to World War II, evoking a time before cafes were synonymous with free Wi-Fi and baristas.
"If you are looking for something unique during winter in Japan, make sure to put Wajima, Ishikawa Prefecture on your destination list. You may have heard of its capital city Kanazawa, which recently became Japan’s hottest travel destination due to the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, but the area has a lot more to offer that you may not be aware of yet." LEARN MORE ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎