From the majestic Mt. Fuji to the verdant valleys of Nikko, there are reasons aplenty to get out of the city.
Everything you need to know, including food, the first sunrise and where to celebrate.
Experience Japanese history and nature just 90 minutes from central Tokyo.
Don't just visit Sensoji —Tokyo's oldest and most famous temple — but really experience it! Learn it's most charming and intriguing historical facts and hidden gems.
Tokyo events for Monday, April 22 to Sunday, April 28, 2019
Take a break from the neon wonderland and get out into these green spaces.
These traditional Japanese inns are right in the heart of some of Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, making them a perfect base of operations for your stay.
Looking to experience Japan’s historical and rural side? You might be best off leaving Tokyo behind for Saga Prefecture in Kyushu.
For good luck in the new year, go on the Seven Lucky Gods pilgrimage (aka Shichifukujin Meguri), which involves visiting seven temples to receive blessings from the deities of good fortune.
Vogue's Fashion's Night Out returns to Tokyo, plus more traditional fests than you can shake a stick at!
The 17th Tokyo Jazz Festival is on this weekend! Plus flea markets, free art and the energetic Yosakoi Oedo Soran Festival.
Celebrate 2018 in Tokyo with countdowns, traditions and pilgrimages.