This is about my experiences in Yakushima and how to get around if you aren't able to rent a car. I will also cover getting to the island itself without a car.
A primer in the basics of travelling to and within Japan's capital and largest city, Tokyo.
Japan, beautiful, exotic, but yet occasionally deadly. Venomous snakes, poisonous spiders, and a multitude of biting and stinging insects with deadly diseases make Japan their home.
Top 50 locations in Osaka for sightseeing, shopping, food, restaurants, parks, nature, arts, theater, entertainment, bars, nightlife and museums. Recommended by local Japanese living in Osaka.
Tokyo is not only one of the three greatest command centres of our modern world's economy, it is also where the old meets the new in perfect harmony. Culture, history and modernity - Tokyo has it.
You may already know that Tokyo is the largest city in the world and the capital of Japan, but here are 8 other fun and interesting facts about this city that may surprise you!
A fairly comprehensive guide that teaches you the manners and customs of being a guest in someone's house in Japan.
Okinawa: A to Z Araha Beach: Located close to various U.S. bases, namely Camp Foster and Camp Lester, and the San-A department store. Araha beach is good for people watching, walking, strolling, and jogging. It also has a swimming area that has...
Visiting Japan is a magical experience that will change your life. Living here can be just as wonderful but it has its own surprises.
Traveling alone in Japan provides much more flexibility than a tour group, you get to see what you want to see, for as long as you want!