Travelling in Japan during springtime is the perfect time to enjoy one of the world’s amazing natural events – Cherry Blossom in Japan. Hanami or ‘the viewing of cherry blossom’ or Sakura as the flower is known locally is an important tradition in Japan.
While you are travelling around Japan you must take the opportunity to ride aboard one of the world’s great trains – the Japanese Bullet Train. The trains are called Shinkansen in Japan and got the nickname ‘bullet trains’ from the original design which resembled
Located in the Chiyoda ward of the Japanese capital Tokyo is the Akihabara Electric Town, famous for being all things electrical. The name of the area is derived from the word Akibaghara meaning “autumn leaf field”. Akibaghara is also in honor of the fire
Located about 800 feet from the T-shaped Aioi Bridge in the Japanese City of Hiroshima, Chugoku Region is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, which near the site where the first atomic bomb Little Boy was dropped by the United States on 6th August 1945 at
Lying in the Shinjuku area of the Japanese capital is the 52 storey Shinjuku Park Tower which is the second tallest building in the area. The lower floors are occupied by offices and retail shops but the top 14 floors are owned by the
The alcoholic beverage Sake is so steeped in the Japanese culture that it is a general term used for alcoholic beverages. Primarily made from rice, Sake is a fermented beverage in which micro organism Koji and yeast is used for brewing. The quality of