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
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
You can’t unsee all the things you’ve seen inside Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. They will be with you forever. They