Nagoya is a major transportation hub in Central Japan. Chubu Centrair International Airport, a first-class airport and one of the busiest in Japan, is just half an hour away from Nagoya by train, making the city a very convenient jump-off point to other areas in the region and even other
Nagoya is one of the major transportation hubs in Japan. It is the gateway and the usual jump-off point to the rest of the Chubu Region. It connects to other major cities in the country like Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. Getting in and around Nagoya is pretty much convenient for
Nagoya cradles not only industrial sites but also historical structures. Aside from the aircraft manufacturing industry, the city is also home to big automobile companies such as Toyota, Mitsubishi, and Honda, so it’s not really surprising that the city is one of the busiest transportation hubs in Japan.
Sapporo is known primarily as a winter destination, but there are a lot of cultural events and festivals happening year-round to pique your interest any time of the year.
Aside from the things to do and places to visit within the city, there are other attractions in Hokkaido that are worth noting. Getting to these destinations, you can either do it yourself or join a group tour.
Here’s a list of temples, parks, and other areas of interest in and around Sapporo.
Sapporo is Hokkaido’s capital and is famous because of the annual Snow Festival. The festival showcases the artistry of the participants; they display their creativity through the sculptures they create, scattered in different parts of the city. The young and young-at-heart will enjoy the frozen statues that come in different
Kyoto used to be the capital of Japan centuries ago; its storied past and distinct culture have made it a popular destination in Japan. There are many ancient temples, streets, and districts that have successfully combined the past and the present. Here are some of the attractions to add to
You can say Kyoto is a city-wide commemoration of Japan’s bygone times. For over a thousand years, it stood as Japan’s capital, the seat of power, religion, and culture during Japan’s feudal era. For millennia it bore witness to so many wars, political conflicts, and cultural shifts, enough to fill
Introducing someone to Japan? You may want to get them started by visiting Osaka. While Tokyo can be tad overwhelming, and Kyoto can a bit on the heritage side, Osaka has something for everyone. It can easily accommodate different kinds of travelers, from culture buffs, to foodies, to those just