The islands of Hahajima and Chichijima offer white-sand beaches, whale and dolphin spotting and hikes with spectacular views.
A short walk from Ryogoku Station and just down the road from the Sumida Hokusai Museum is Edo-yu Spa, a 24-hour oasis of comfort and relaxation. After a morning trotting briskly around Ryogoku, an afternoon spent gently poaching in the […]
All sorts of accommodation options exist in Tokyo, as you would probably expect from the biggest city in the world. If you’ve rented an apartment before in your own country, you may expect a simple process of going to a rental […]
Not mythical. Not far. Not expensive.
Where all the cool kids go in winter. And us cheapos, too.
The trees are on fire. Here's where to go see them.
You could be on the slopes in under 90 minutes.
Traditional Japanese gardens, teahouses, flora and fauna, or just a place to relax—these parks are the perfect break from the concrete jungle.
Escape the city via camper van for safer travel.