Gunkanjima, or Battleship Island, is a tiny abandoned island near Nagasaki. It shot to international fame after it was featured in the Bond film, Skyfall.
A fairly comprehensive guide that teaches you the manners and customs of being a guest in someone's house in Japan.
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.
If you visit or live in Japan, as a foreigner, dealing with grief, funerary customs, and traditions around death might seem difficult.
A step by step guide on what to do at a Shinto shrine with manners and etiquette tips included.
The Instant Ramen Museum is a fun day for all in Ikeda, Japan. It's surprisingly interactive and even has a "Hands-On Workshop" where anyone can make his or her own pack of instant ramen.
Namba Parks is actually the only green space of any substance in the big city of Osaka, besides Osaka Caste's grounds. It recycles more O2 than any other row of trees or gardens anywhere else in the city.
Nikko in Tochigi prefecture is known for temples and shrines, but also for being surrounded by many stunning waterfalls.
Have you heard about the Sagano Scenic Railway? Also known as the Sagano Torokko, it is a train that wanders through Arashiama near Kyoto, Japan offering a scenic tour of its natural beauty.
This Hub is about Enoshima, a beach and island located in Kanagawa Prefecture. A visit to this area will leave you impressed and amazed!