The Shonai region in Japan has an abundance of natural resources that locals have spent centuries harnessing in preparing delicious dishes.
The Aomori Prefecture in northern Japan may be famous for its ski resorts, but is also a spectacular destination for food tourism. We take a closer bite.
Shikikan Saitoh is a traditional Japanese guesthouse nestled in a secluded forest in Japan’s Tohoku region and offers the full onsen experience.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture, visiting the country’s largest collection of hot springs, or onsen, and sleeping in ryokan, traditional hotels, on the island of Kyushu
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Kyushu is the third biggest island in Japan, has the largest collection of hot springs, one of Japan's largest castles and the world’s only toilet museum.
Nagasaki is best known as the site of the second atomic bomb explosion, but it has far more to offer including one of the world’s best night views and hot springs on its doorstep.
Tateyama is a small town on the edge of the Japanese Northern Alps and the starting point for the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route.
In Hiroshima and the Setouchi Region you’ll find Shinto shrines, archetypal Japanese landscapes and delicious food and drink including the deadly Fugo fish.