By Kathryn Wortley
Shikoku Mura is a park consisting of traditional homes and buildings from around the island of Shikoku and reassembled here. Most are designated as cultural properties.
By L. MacLean
Hokkaido Port City with Canal Zone, World Famous Sushi, Glassware, Breweries, Museums, Mt Tengu View, and shopping.
By Rey Waters
Samples of crafts such as oshie dolls popular in Matsumoto city.
By Elena Lisina
The observatory lounge of the Hakokne Narukawa Art Museum has a breathtaking view of the best combination of Ashino-ko Lake and Mt. Fuji you will ever see.
By Tomoko Kamishima
The kokeshi doll is one of Japan's most beloved traditional crafts, and at this museum you can find out more about their history, how they are made, and why the craft behind the doll deserves to be preserved.
By Anna van Dyk
Travel to Yamaguchi Prefecture and 'time slip' into Japan's past in Yanai City's lovely historic district, only 35 minutes by train from Iwakuni.
By Sandra Isaka
Otaru's interesting history as a mercantile and financial center in Hokkaido is very well preserved to this day. To get the most out of your day trip to the town and really learn about its history, follow this guide.
By Euan Prentis
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