The islands of Hahajima and Chichijima offer white-sand beaches, whale and dolphin spotting and hikes with spectacular views.
Saitama may be a commuter’s prefecture, but it’s got its own charm with a Little Edo town, natural havens, and even a bonsai village.
Sakura Town is now fully open. Go smack giant silver acorns—and catch some Japanese culture while you're at it!
Add this easy trip to your travel list.
The trees are on fire. Here's where to go see them.
Traditional Japanese gardens, teahouses, flora and fauna, or just a place to relax—these parks are the perfect break from the concrete jungle.
You don't even need to leave Tokyo's borders to get to most of them.
Mt. Mitake, Mt. Koubou and many more!
Hop on a free bike rental at Ota Station in Gunma and start exploring Ota City for culture, nature spots and plenty of yummy eats.