Noboribetsu

Noboribetsu Noboribetsu Onsen is Hokkaido’s premier hot spring town. Located in the Noboribetsu Primeval Forest. Easy to access via bus. Located between Sapporo and Hakodate. Direct…

Niseko

Niseko  Mount Yotei, Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan. Population – 5,000 full-time. World-class ski resort Niseko is wildly popular among Australians, Chinese, and Japanese skiers Easy access from…

Tokyo Shopping Guide

From cutting edge electronics to colorful anime goods, traditional crafts, trendy fashion and branded goods, Tokyo has a shop for practically anything one could ever want…

Types of Stores

There are many different types of shops and shopping areas in Japan. The following are some of the most common types that travelers will encounter. Department…

Culture

Japanese culture including traditional culture like Geisha, Samurai, Japanese tea ceremony, Japanese gardens, kimonos and Japanese Language. Plus modern culture such as modern Japanese fashion. Traditional…

Do & Don’t in Japan

List of 25 do & don’t in when you traveling to Japan. 1. Do not litter. The Japanese are fanatical, in a very good way, on…

Food

Japanese food When it comes to food, the Japanese are among the most enthusiastic and passionate of any race. Ask any Japanese person about a recent…

Accommodation

Unless you can stay at a friend’s or relative’s home, accommodation is going to be one of your biggest expenses. While Japan offers the standard budget…

Hakodate

Hakodate Hakodate is the third largest city in Hokkaido, and is located on the southern tip of Hokkaido, just across the Tsugaru Strait from the main…

Cape Soya Wakkanai

Cape Soya Though just one of Japan’s four main islands, Hokkaido is the largest prefecture and the second largest island with superb landscapes and a pleasant…