festivals

April 8, 2019

Yokohama Chinatown: A Little Chinese Culture for Your Japan Trip No ratings yet.

The largest Chinatown in Asia is located in Yokohama, Kanagawa. Packed with Chinese gourmets and cultural attractions, make sure you experience everything here!
March 21, 2019

March for Girls! Hinamatsuri Doll Festival No ratings yet.

Hinamatsuri is a festival dedicated to daughters in which the parents will wish for good things such as health and happiness. It is also known as Girls Day or Doll Festival.
March 18, 2019

When and What is Golden Week In Japan? No ratings yet.

Golden Week is known to be the biggest and the longest holiday in Japan. This year, a total of eight national holidays will be celebrated in a week.
February 28, 2019

Let’s Go Gaga at Fuji Rock Festival 2019 No ratings yet.

Are you ready to rock your summer!? Only the biggest outdoor music festivals in Japan, Fuji Rock Festival 2019 is back, featuring artists like The Chemical Brothers, The Cure and Sia!
January 11, 2019

Seijin no Hi: Big Day for the 20-Year-Olds No ratings yet.

Coming of Age is held every second Monday of January to celebrate young women entering adulthood.
December 27, 2018

Why Aomori Would Be A Fantastic Alternative To Sapporo? No ratings yet.

We provide you with the list of things you should do in Aomori Prefecture throughout the year according to the four seasons.
December 14, 2018

Exploring The Saga Prefecture, Just Next To Fukuoka No ratings yet.

If you haven't been to the Saga Prefecture, read this before you go. Get to know about their must-try foods, budget and luxurious hotels, and annual festivals to attend.
December 3, 2018

Only 30 Minutes from Tokyo! Travel Back in Time to This Old Town in Saitama No ratings yet.

Have you been to this part of Japan before? Known as "The Little Edo", Kawagoe has lots of historical places waiting for you to visit.
October 17, 2018

Autumn Gold: 6 Best Spots for Glorious Ginkgo Trees in Tokyo No ratings yet.

In Tokyo, ginkgo is a tree with special status - it is the official tree of the Japanese capital, and its fan-shaped leaf the city's symbol.