You can crawl over just about every inch of Japan and find yourself within shouting distance of a magical hot spring. But while some spots are more famous than others, that doesn’t always mean that they’re the cream of the crop. See which ones are the best of the best in this list.
Looking for a breath of fresh air after spending time in Japan’s big cities? Look no further than Mount Fuji, one of the most incredible outdoor destinations Japan has to offer. There are plenty of set tours with a number of price ranges for first timers. However, with Japan becoming more accessible to English speakers, it’s never been easier to personalize your journey. Get ideas for your trip to Mount Fuji in this article.
The floodgates to Japan's borders opened on October 11th, making it the perfect time for a first trip. Some of the top places to visit for first time include Shibuya, Asakusa, Kiyomizudera in Kyoto, and Dotonbori in Osaka. Read on to see the top 11.