With its numerous museums, historical attractions, food markets, and interesting culture, Japan’s second largest city is worth even a brief
The neon lights of Kabukicho in Shinjuku, Tokyo can be blinding to the eye for a first timer like me.
Your trip to Japan won’t be complete without drinking a sake, right? But, it’s more interesting if you’ll go inside
I enjoyed walking on the winding path of Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto. It’s not your ordinary footpath of concrete slabs.
Geishas are cultural icons in Japan. It’s an old-age tradition that’s diminishing nowadays as the country moves on to modern
Japan’s third most visited tourist attraction is Miyajima Island. The O Torii, The Grand Gate, is a gargantuan landmark that
Konbanwa! Arigato! Exactly a year ago, I was in Japan and saw the grand natural wonder that is synonymous to
I woke up with the “rhythm of the falling rain.” And I dunno what to do for the day. The rain
When I got back to Hiroshima City, from Miyajima Island, I walked again for a long time at the Peace Boulevard. This
Miyajima is an island just an hour by tram (to its last station) from Hiroshima Station. It takes 30 minutes