Japan is an expensive country, but there are ways to cut costs and get more value for each Yen you spend when you visit. One of the ways to achieve this is by staying in a capsule hotel. This type of accommodation manages to maximize space while still remaining comfortable.
Hakata and Tenjin (old Fukuoka) are the two wards that make up Fukuoka’s city center. These two used to be two independent cities, divided by a river. Tenjin is where you can find a good number of shopping areas; it’s modern but some places will give you a glimpse of
Although Hiroshima has been known in the world as one of the atomic bombing sites in Japan during the end of World War II, the city is now one of the nation’s most visited destinations, attracting local and foreign tourists alike. Most of the visitors go to the Hiroshima Peace
Nagoya is Aichi Prefecture’s business hub. The day is marked with the coming and going of people from corporate buildings to food establishments to different transportation terminals to educational grounds, and the night is sprinkled with lights and the hustle and bustle of vehicles rolling to their destinations and commuters
If someone mentions traveling to Sapporo, we’re usually quick to assume that they mean to travel during wintertime. Many of Sapporo’s most famous attractions do occur during the coldest months, but there’s more to the city than being a winter wonderland. As a major tourist destination, Sapporo is not lacking
Osaka is a big, bustling city that comes alive with neon lights, hawkers and store attendants calling out to possible customers and diners when the day ends and night begins. It draws both locals, looking for a spot to relax and unwind, and tourists, looking for an authentic experience. In
Tokyo is a sprawling urban jungle that has a web of subways that even confuse the Japanese. Many see it as this big bustling metropolis; however, it’s a combination of many wards and municipalities that make it unique. Add all these and you get a metropolitan area of more than