An introduction to the many cultural adventures in Tokyo, Japan, including the fashion district of Harajuku, Kabuki Theater, and Tokyo Tower.
Christopher searches for the best food in the Chubu region of central Japan, and finds plenty to delight his tastebuds, including unagi and crab sashimi.
Japan’s Chubu Region offers visitors an opportunity to experience traditional Japanese culture and food without the crowds common in Tokyo and Kyoto.
What makes the Toyokawa Inari Shrine unique is the way it evolved to truly become one of a kind, a jewel among Buddhist temples and shrines in Japan.
When thinking about things to do in Nagoya, Nagoya Castle is the top choice to experience Japanese culture and get incredible photos along the way.
Get a glimpse of autumn in Japan as Christopher discovers the fall foliage in the small town of Asuke, in the Chubu Region.
Visiting Japan anytime soon? Japanese food is the best in Asia. Here are some experiences that you should try on your visit.
Guest contributor Lindo Korchi shares his budgeting strategy for how to travel Japan on $10 a day or less.
Tucked inside the western edge of the Japanese island of Hokkaido, Niseko is a world-renowned powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders alike.
The Ameyayokocho Market is one of the best markets to experience in Tokyo if you love shopping, food, and culture, in an action filled environment.
Tokyo’s Senso-ji Temple is one of the most well-known religious sites and attractions in the city, attracting thousands of tourists and locals daily.
An izakaya is a Japanese pub or bar that serves alcoholic beverages and food that tastes good with alcohol. They can be found throughout Tokyo.
Visit the Edo-Tokyo Museum if you’re interested in learning about the history of Tokyo and how it grew to become one of the world’s most influential cities.
Large photos of the snow monkeys (Japanese Macaque) found in Nagano, Japan.
Here I am recreating scenes from Lost in Translation at the gardens of Heian Shrine in Kyoto.