One of Tokyo's most interesting traditional festival has to be the Sanja Matsuri. It is held annually in May on the grounds of the Sensoji Temple. You'll see beautiful ornated floats, geishas, and even shirtless yakuzas.
Hitachi Seaside Park is a magical area you should visit at least once, or better yet, many times a year to see the different colorful flowers that bloom there at different times of the year. It is honestly breathtaking, and seeing all those flowers across the park is an enchanting site.
Utsunomiya, located in the east region of Japan, is well known for its gyoza, pan fried dumplings! There are lots of options and it could be overwhelming, so just to make your decision a little easier, here's a list of places you can try!
Tochigi is a wonderful travel destination as much for its breathtaking scenery as for the delicious local cuisine. You can go onsen hopping on your trip to Kinugawa Onsen on your way to Nikko! We suggest where to go, what to visit and where to stay.
This is the Ultimate Food and Adventure Travel Guide for Minakami, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. If you're looking for something f to do in Japan that's outside of the usual travel itineraries, this is it! Read on to discover what Minakami has to offer!
Gunma is an onsen lover's dream come true! Gunma is famous in Japan for being a beautiful onsen region. You definitely need to stop by at least once! We suggest where to go, what to visit and where to stay.
Onsen fanatics in Japan will definitely suggest Gunma as a region to visit as it has so many beautiful and relaxing onsens! Can you imagine bathing in a hot and relaxing bath all the while having a stunning view on the mountains? It really doesn't get better than this! Here are the places to go, visit and stay.
In Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture, you can now enjoy some original in-house roasted coffee blends at 13 COFFEE ROASTERS. Enjoy the coffee inside or buy some in bags. A special cellar inside the shop guarantees consistent top quality.
Gunma has some pretty outstanding hot springs and Ikaho Onsen is surely an area that is worth considering if you're looking to get some seriously relaxing onsen time! Here some information about the area.
Just a 30-minute train ride from the Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo is Omiya Station in Saitama. The place is not a hugely popular tourist destination but there are definitely some interesting things to do such as going to the Omiya bonsai village, a quiet area with many old bonsai farms. And while you are there, why not eat at some of the delicious sushi restaurants in Omiya. Here are five selected shops and a note about the bonsai village.