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5 Reasons to Visit Hokkaido, Northern Japan

Picture a road that goes up and down until you lose sight of it. Both sides are covered with sunflowers and as the sun sets, the sky goes from clear blue... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 14-10-16


A Bow and a Pen: How to master Language Barriers in Japan

For me part of the fun of traveling is the friendly and happy mañana, mañana of Central America or the relaxed pole, pole of East Africa, which is so different from the strict organisation of... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 12-10-16


So You Want to Hike Mount Fuji: A Guide

The first I saw Mount Fuji was on a sunny January morning from high in the sky. Jet lagged and slightly delirious, I was on a plane flying into Tokyo and gazing out... Read More

Travel Post by The Kay Days on the 10-10-16


The 10 Best Meals I Ate in Japan (That weren’t Sushi)

I went to Japan for one major reason: to eat. As I admitted before, last time I visited Japan I didn’t have quite the appreciation for food that I do now. This... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 25-05-16


5 Instagrammers Who Will Make You Want To Go To Japan

How do you choose your travel destinations? For me, a lot of the times, where I go depends a lot on how much it costs to get there. Cheap flights to... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 25-05-16


Ishigaki, Okinawa: The Unknown Side of Japan

For those that have never been to Japan, initial thoughts of Japan usually evoke images of beautiful medieval castles in Kyoto, the endless lights and sounds of Tokyo, hyper efficient speedy mass... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 17-05-16


What It’s Like to Travel in Your Second Trimester

I’ve widely heard the second trimester referred to as the “golden period” of pregnancy. When I rolled into it at 14 weeks I was not convinced. I still felt pretty icky... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 11-05-16


Bullet trains and cherry blossoms: the Japan podcast

Japan is a country of contrasts: somehow it manages to be (among other things) modern, traditional, rural, urban, technologically advanced and behind the times when it comes to wifi. It’s a... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 15-10-15


Eating Kobe Beef In Kobe: A Life Changing Experience

Kobe Beef. For most, this invokes thoughts of a mysterious but undeniably delicious cow from the Far East that is every bit as myth as it is reality. Thoughts of happy... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 13-10-15


Google Glass in Traditional Tokyo

New Google Glass? There’s been some rumors of the enterprise edition coming out… I’m really glad they’re keeping the program alive! Daily Photo – Google Glass in Traditional Tokyo Sagoy! I... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 19-08-15


A Little Story… And the Case for Planning a Trip to Nepal

The first strings of a melody slid into the corners of the room as the musician strummed her guitar. The nearby interpretive dancer stood frozen in place, eyes cast upward... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 22-06-15


On the Japanese PhotoWalk

Stuck In Customs Internet Research Team I wonder who in the audience can find her YouTube channel? A great challenge for this seemingly can-find-anything audience here! Daily Photo – On the Japanese PhotoWalk Here’s... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 19-06-15


Photo of the Week: Heian Jingu Shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Heian Jingu Shrine in Kyoto, Japan This week’s travel photo comes from the ancient temple grounds of Heian Jingu Shrine, a Shinto shrine located in Kyoto, Japan. Although the Heian Shrine was first... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 18-04-15


Japan Airlines – Fly For the Food?

I was in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, and I was on my way to Singapore. At this point, we had no plans to fly Japan Airlines. My first flight, just a short one... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 12-04-15


The Hot Springs of Beppu, Japan

Billowing white clouds rise up towards the sky, and the drizzling rain only adds to the eerie feeling I get. I’m in Beppu, on the Japanese island of Kyushu. The steam, too light to... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 11-04-15


The Sakura – Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo, Japan

The post The Sakura – Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo, Japan appeared first on LandLopers. ... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 09-04-15


The Lonely Planet Videos on Japan are Here!

Dear ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt this irregularly scheduled blogging to introduce to you… …my secret project on travel in Japan! Beautiful Lonely Planet Videos: Japan Together with Lonely Planet and Alicia... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 05-02-15


Japan in 77 Photos

    In mid-October, fresh off the repositioning cruise from Vancouver to Tokyo, I spent several weeks in Japan. It was my first time in the country, and I was excited to... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 29-12-14


Offline for a Trans-Pacific Cruise, & Japan Readings

I am about to do something unprecedented: disappear from the Internet for the rest of the month of September. In my quest to explore the world, one of the trips I... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 09-09-14


Visit Palau – September 2014

Palau is truly the remote destination for nature lovers and outdoor and marine enthusiasts. It is not an easy destination to reach from Europe or the states. Non stop flights connect... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 01-09-14


Niseko, Japan: A Powder Paradise for Skiers and Snowboarders

Tucked inside the western edge of the Japanese island of Hokkaido, Niseko is a world-renowned powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 31-07-14


Destination Travel Guide: Experience Okinawa & the Ryukyu Kingdom

The Ryukyu Kingdom once served as a bridge between China, Japan, and Southeast Asia. Since becoming a part of Japan in 1868, the Ryukyu Island chain (comprised of 100’s of... Read More

Travel Post by PhotoFly Travel Club on the 08-07-14


The Bamboo Forest in Kyoto

Even after three weeks in Japan I feel like I just barely grazed the surface of what there is to discover in this beautiful land. It’s not just the beautiful... Read More

Travel Post by Ken Kaminesky on the 28-04-14


Benjamin Von Wong for the Arcanum?

Should we fast-track him in? Leave a comment! So we were looking through the applications for The Arcanum, and we saw Benjamin Von Wong signed up to be a Master. ... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 19-02-14


Photo of the Week: Yokohama BayStars Stadium, Japan

Yokohama Stadium, Japan You can learn a lot about a city and its people by attending one of its professional sports games, which is why we always make it a... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 18-02-14


Heading back to Tokyo

Strange worlds! This will be a strange turn-around for me. I’ll be spending a lot of time in the deserts of Morocco, away from civilization, and then I’ll be going straight into... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 14-02-14


A Kentucky Storyteller’s 30-year LDR with NYC

NEW YORK — There are 8 million stories in the Naked City; on this night, one of them is mine. The producers of The Moth Radio Hour have invited me to... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 07-02-14


A Japanese Man in Germany to Study Abroad and Teach

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission. ... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 31-01-14


Relish the glamour of Japanese gardens to visit best of Japan

Japan offers many attractions for visitors to fill the tourist spots with large crowds every year. Japanese gardens are a major feature of its tourism. The culture of this region... Read More

Travel Post by Travelick on the 16-01-14


From the Old to the New

Not having a commute I really appreciate not having a commute to work (was thinking about this when processing today’s photo)! And I have YOU to thank for that. All of... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 16-01-14