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A UNESCO advisory panel has recommended that traditional Japanese architectural craftsmanship used in timber-framed structures be registered on the Intangible Cultural Heritage list, the Japanese government said Tuesday.
Surrounded by eight peaks and suspended high in the mountains, Koya-san’s 117 temples evoke a spiritual experience like none other.
A walk in the woods
In 816 AD, a monk named Kukai wandered into the thickly forested slopes of Mount Koya (Koya-san) in Japan’s Wakayama Prefecture in hope of finding a suitable site to build a base for his newly founded Shingon sect of Esoteric Buddhism.
On this day tour, discover Mount Fuji, one of the world’s most famous mountains and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the Kawaguchi Lake, and Oshino Hakkai nearby Mount Fuji, and see why everyone comes here when they visit Japan.
Tour the famous Nijo-jo Castle with an experienced guide. Learn about the castle’s importance and its architectural style.
The thatched roofs of “gassho-zukuri” (traditional farmhouses) are doused with water on Sunday, during an annual fire drill in Shirakawa, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Gifu Prefecture.
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Japanese cuisine may have conquered the world, but you should experience it at its homeland in these food cities in Japan…
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High above the shimmering blue sea, the ruins of Nakagusuku Castle offer a stunning view of both the eastern and western coasts of Okinawa’s main island.
Watch live-streamed discussions on marine ecology, as well as kabuki shows and a J-pop concert by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu…
In this list, Melo Villareal will break down the best things to do in Hiroshima Prefecture to give some ideas for travelers coming for a visit.
Search Okinawa, and the internet shows up enduring battles between the United States and Japan over its military bases on the island, or one of the last major battles of World War II.
From Okinawa to Mt Fuji, these nature and historical attractions are essential stops on any trip through Japan.
Japan consist of islands stretched across north and south. And thanks to such geographical trait and difference in climate, each prefecture has its own unique features. Tsunagu Japan has selected one must-see tourist attraction for each and every prefecture.
With the country keeping the coronavirus under some degree of control, here are a few suggestions for avoiding the crowds, whether you’re looking for history, adventure or some good old family fun.
With so many things to do in Osaka, first-time visitors may find it a daunting task to plan a trip covering as many places of interest as possible. Here’s a list of 20 of Osaka’s most popular must-see attractions that Live Japan thinks will be helpful for your trip!
Okinawa, one of the most popular beach resorts in the whole of Japan. Its emerald blue seas and white sand beaches attract people from all over the country. Once the Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa has a unique culture and history that differs from the mainland. Here in this article Tsunaga Japan is going to introduce 50 great things to do in Okinawa.
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Munakata Taisha and the Forbidden Island of Okinoshima…