Only viewable from January to February, the Ashigakubo icicles are any neon lovers’ dream when lit up at night on weekends and holidays.
One of the best things about living in Tokyo is that there is always some artsy stuff popping up somewhere. This time we’re talking about transparent public toilets.
I was finally able to cross off two spots in Yamagata Prefecture long on my bucket list: Ginzan Onsen and the snow monsters of Mt. Zao.
Located 50m below ground, the G-cans is one of the largest underground drains in the world. Its main tank resembles a futuristic temple.
Hiking Happo Pond is a breathtaking experience that should be on the bucket list of any nature lover or photographer. Here’s what to expect.
Time to check out The Soho in Odaiba, a modern 13-storey office complex that has become a landmark Instagram spot for its colourful exterior.
One of Japan’s most unique game arcades, Anata no Warehouse, will be closing down for good on November 17. Now’s your last chance to visit!
Chiba is not just Tokyo Disney Resort and Narita Airport. Full of hidden gems, here are 3 unique things to do in the prefecture for some Instagram magic!