(Almost) every year, the U.S. military’s Yokota Air Base in Tokyo opens its gates to visitors in celebration of Japanese-American ties.
Only viewable from January to February, the Ashigakubo icicles are any neon lovers’ dream when lit up at night on weekends and holidays.
Located 50m below ground, the G-cans is one of the largest underground drains in the world. Its main tank resembles a futuristic temple.
In the quiet suburbs of Saitama Prefecture, an abandoned konbini has charmed explorers for its Ghibli-like vibes. And for good reason.
Tokorozawa Sakura Town and teamLab have added the cool factor to Saitama Prefecture. Here are some highlights of this photogenic complex!
Since we’re all stuck at home due to COVID-19, let me take you on a virtual tour to one of the creepiest places I’ve been to in Japan: the abandoned Okutama Lake Ropeway in west Tokyo.
Looking for ideas on fun day trips from Tokyo once rainy season is over? Look no further! Here are 10 must-do day trips tried and tested by yours truly.
Only 80 mins from Tokyo, the Matsuda Cherry Blossom Festival offers the chance to see Kawazuzakura, early-blooming cherry blossoms, as early as February.