The small mountain of Biei in a good place to visit during summer. Even though there are lots of different spots in this area that are worth visiting, but you need to walk slowly in order to enjoy this piece of beautiful land. There are many people who would rent a bicycle and enjoy this place at a leisurely pace. Of course, people will try out the good restaurants at this...
Situated along the Godo Line of the Aomori Prefecture, the Kizukuri Station only serves 300 passengers a day. However, the special figure hanging outside of the exterior of the station has made the station to be one of the 100 most popular train stations in Japan. The special figure outside the exterior of the station is called "Light Blocker Figure" and it was a recreatio...
The Takashima Castle is a historical castle situated at the city center of Suwa. It was built in the Warring States Period. As the castle was built with a canal around it, therefore, it was called the "Floating Castle". This spectacular castle was abandoned for a period of time during the Meji period, and only in 1980 when the Japanese government has renovated the entire c...
Sapporo is reputed to be the best origin for food ingredients. No matter whether they are farm products or seafood, all of them are of very high quality. It is a must that you come and try the freshest food. The Nijo Market is very popular as it is located in the city center and is very close to the famous Tanuki Alley. It is rumoured that the market existed since the M...
Situated in the Tochigi Prefecture, the Moka Cotton Railway is the first regional rail in Japan and has been in service since then. During weekends and public holidays, this century old steam train will be operated and it is the only remaining steam train in Japan.  From the second half of March to early April, it is the cherry blossom period as well as the harvest...
This small shop is launched by Kaito Yamamoto, which is also the owner of another Japanese fashion brand "Son of the Cheese". The major characteristic of this shop is that it is decorated in traditional American theme and one will feel that he/she is part of an American movie once inside the store. That is why a lot of Japanese magazines like using this place for photo sho...
Harajuku is the most popular destination for youths in Japan, and the crowds on Takeshita Street show it all. The Takeshita Street is the beginning of the Harajuku area and you can easily reach it by walking with the crowds from the JR Harajuku Station.  There is a pedestrian-use only area of only 400 meters and has a lot of shops on two sides of the street focusi...