Have you ever thought about visiting Okinawa?
Okinawa is a group of tropical islands and is the southernmost prefecture in Japan. They have their own distinct culture that differs from mainland Japan, but one thing that they have in common is their love for onsen baths.
There are onsen all over the islands for everyone to enjoy. Relax in an onsen before taking a stroll on the sands.
If you are traveling to Niseko, you might be there with the main purpose of skiing.
Niseko is famous for its high-quality snow that attracts visitors from all around the globe, but you might not know that you can find spots for natural onsen as well.
In this article, we will be introducing our favorite places where you can find hot springs in Niseko.
Nagano Prefecture is an area of Japan that overflows (no pun intended) with hot springs. Next to Hokkaido, Nagano has the second most onsen in the country at over 200.
Nagano Prefecture is easily accessible from both Tokyo and Osaka, making it a popular tourist spot for those coming from the big cities.
From stone streets and old-style townscapes to natural onsen where wild monkeys roam, Nagano has many spots to explore.
In this article, we will be introducing some of the best locations for onsen in Nagano. We hope that it comes in handy for your trip.
Kansai being a really rich region in terms of culture, architecture and landscape, as well as being home to the most vibrant cities Japan has to offer, it is no wonder a lot of travelers go through its International Airport (KIX), making it one of the top busiest Airport in Japan, and even Asia.
This Article is for whoever going to or interested in Kansai and its main cities (Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe…), for the ones who prefer Tokyo you can check out our Complete guide to Narita Airport or our Complete guide to Haneda Airport.
Kansai being more rural than Kanto we bet you are confused and have a lot of questions regarding the area and the best ways to spend a smooth, stress-free time here starting right from Kansai International Airport.
You’ve landed in Japan, and are overcome with excitement to have finally arrived in the country you’ve dreamed about for so long — but your excitement quickly turns to confusion as soon as you step off the airplane at Narita Airport. Your mind is flooded with questions about your new surroundings. Read more for the answers.
Haneda Airport, once the main airport in Tokyo, is now mainly taking care of domestic flights, while its cousin, Narita Airport, deals with the International ones.
It doesn’t mean you have no chance to land in Haneda though!
Haneda, being closer to the center of Tokyo, is a more desirable arrival point for visitors than Narita.
If it’s your first time in Japan, we’re sure you’re overcome with excitement to have finally arrived in the country you’ve dreamed about for so long — but your excitement quickly turns to confusion as soon as you step off the airplane at Haneda Airport.
Kanazawa has become a popular tourist spot since the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen in 2015. A relaxing soak in a hot spring at an elegant ryokan is sure to create wonderful memories for you and your loved ones. In between visiting geisha shows and walking the old samurai streets, pick the best onsen to get the full traditional Japanese experience.
There are three types of international plans offered by Verizon that you can use in Japan.
- International Monthly Plan
- Pay As You Go
Unfortunately, the fact of the matter is that all of these options are quite expensive and difficult to recommend.
In this article, we will be breaking down each of Verizon’s international plans as well as introducing a more cost-effective and better-performance option: prepaid SIM cards for Japan.
Are you looking for an onsen hot spring in Shinjuku?
This article introduces the seven best hot spring facilities available in and around Shinjuku.
We have compiled a list of various types of onsen, from ryokan facilities that cost several tens of thousands of yen per night to public bathhouses that can be used for only 500 yen per visit.
Sapporo, as the fifth most populated city in Japan, is filled with office buildings and business establishments. However, did you know that it also has notable spots for natural hot springs?
In this article, we will be introducing 12 of the best spots for onsen in Sapporo.
From beautiful night views to old Japanese traditions, there are many aspects of Sapporo’s natural onsen that you are sure to enjoy.