Explore Japan's essential sites and hidden gems
Beloved by cycling enthusiasts, the Setouchi bike path called the Shimanami Kaido, is known worldwide.
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The Shibuya District
Shibuya is, without doubt, the most fascinating and most vibrant district of Tokyo.
5 Japanese Authors to Know
Japan is a land of literature, from its origins with Genji Monogatari. There is nothing better than to visit Japan and to take away with you some of its famous writers.
5 Japanese Villages to Visit
The image of Japan for many is often futuristic, crowded Tokyo city.
A high-class spa resort, close to the popular Beppu, Yufuin is home to many luxurious ryokan.
Subtropical and rainy, Yakushima is home to a special vegetation that attracts hikers: thousands-of-years-old cedars, thought to be the oldest trees in the country and the inspiration for the fores
A preserved old merchant town, pretty Kurashiki's historic warehouses, have been converted into museums, boutiques and restaurants.
Nara's Horyuji, located in Ikaruga, is a vast place of worship amid the pine trees, and houses the oldest recorded wooden buildings in the world. It remains the oldest temple in Japan!
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