Japan's Showa-era (1926-1989) was a period of dramatic change - learn more with our pick of the top 5 Showa-themed sightseeing spots in Tokyo.
The Edo period is central to understanding Japan - become an expert with our guide to the top Edo sightseeing spots in Tokyo.
Slurp ramen in Showa-period streets at the world's first food-themed amusement park: Yokohama's lesser-known Raumen Museum!
Enjoy nature, culture, history, and even a beautiful walking route in Kitanomaru Park, a hidden gem in the center of Tokyo.
Meiji Jingu is the most visited religious site in Japan. Let our guide take you through its rich history, legends, traditions, festivals and more.
The annual ceremony takes place on Dec 14 - read on for more details!
Museum enthusiasts can take advantage of the Grutt Pass, a pass that allows free or discounted admission to 79 museums and attractions in Tokyo.
Reach nirvana, visit the famous resting place of Hachiko's owner, and even hang out will spacefish, among other wallet-free activities.