Famous Buddhist monk, Kukui, built a monumental temple for his sect in the mountains. Take a virtual tour to explore more of Kongobuji, the most famous temple in Japan.
Experience Kyoto’s most important shrine, Fushimi Inari Taisha, which boasts more than 1,000 torii gates painted vermillion red to ward off evil. Here is what you need to know for your trip.
Admire the architectural beauty and feel the energy of samurai at the castles in Japan. Here is a guide of the symbolism and history of Japanese-style castles, such as Himeji-jo Castle, for your trip.
While exploring Kyoto, you must see historic spots such as, Kiyomizu-dera temple, Kinkaku-ji temple (the Golden Pavilion), the World’s Widest Wooden Building and more. Here is a list of what not to miss.
This unique Japanese destination, Itsukushima Island, features a historic shrine, views of huge torii gate, walking trails, sumptuous seafood and feral deer.
Yokohama is not Tokyo. Repeat: Yokohama is not Tokyo. Enjoy this port city from various viewpoints
Other Buddhas may be larger, but they are not as significant historically. Don’t miss this icon in the Kasai region of Japan.
50-year-old museum features 120 prominent sculptures outdoors and more than 300 works by Picasso in an indoor pavilion
In the town of Yokohama, Japan, you can experience Noh, a form of classical Japanese dance-drama that has been performed since the 14th century
Young couple turned old houses into BnC – Bed and Craft – inns in Inami, which is garnering popularity and acclaim in Japan.
When Hawaiian-American Stephen Knight opened a bar in Shinminato, a rustic harbor in Japan, he had a unique goal – to connect visitors with locals.
Graphic artifacts and displays at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum test your emotions 74 years after the world’s first atomic bomb hit this Japanese city.