Tokyo is dazzling, frenetic and fashionably cool, but there are times when the crowds and non-stop energy turns this urban paradise into a pressure cooker. An easy escape is to head for the seaside in Kamakura and Yokohama, both less than an hour by train south of Tokyo!
Considered Japan’s last frontier, Hokkaido has plenty of unspoiled forests, majestic mountain ranges, crystal-clear lakes, bubbling hot springs and space for wildlife to roam as well as dairy farms and agriculture!
Definitely Worth Photographing! Six Huge Statues Around Japan
There are many places around Japan where you can see amazingly huge statues. Here are six massive statues to see while sightseeing. Don't forget to take pictures with them!
A new Tokyo Bay samurai-themed cruise ship fashioned after those used by feudal lords back in the Edo Period (1603-1868) promises tourists visiting the nation’s capital an interesting contrast between modernity and tradition. Check it out!