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10 Best Places for Autumn Leaves in Fukushima Prefecture (And When To See Them)

Fukushima, Koriyama And Iwaki Autumn

You should definitely not miss the autumn leaves in Fukushima. Fukushima boasts many great places for fall foliage that you can enjoy on scenic drives, plus charming historical spots. Today we’ll look at 10 of the most popular areas in Fukushima for autumn colors. Albeit for a short time, there will also be illuminations that make the landscape look even more fantastic.

Dining in Tokyo: 4 Late-night Dinner Spots in Asakusa!

Asakusa Yakiniku

Asakusa is a popular tourist hang-out by day and an equally popular tourist resting place by night. So if you wanna grab some dinner near your hotel or have your evening culminate with a late-night feast then we've got a few hot recommendations for you. Here's four of the best dinner spots in Asakusa that stay open past your bedtime!

Stringraphy at Studio EVE: A Striking and Unique Musical Experience

Shibuya Other Contemporary Arts

Have you ever imagined being right inside a musical instrument, surrounded by song? I visited Studio EVE in Tokyo’s Daitabashi neighborhood and was able to experience this very feeling by attending a Stringraphy workshop. A beautiful melting of music, art, and movement, Stringraphy is an original concept that while born in Japan, has already made waves across the globe in its 25 years of existence. During the workshop, I had the chance to meet the members of the world-renowned Stringraphy Ensemble, enjoy a performance, and even try my hand at making my own string music.

Akan Yuku no Sato Tsuruga: The Hokkaido Lake Hotel You'll Never Want to Leave

Kushiro Hotels

Akan Yuku no Sato Tsuruga is a secluded hotel near Lake Akan, a lake in the eastern part of Hokkaido. Surrounded by mountains and forests, this area for ages has been home to the indigenous Ainu people. And recently, it has become a popular sightseeing spot along with its hot springs. With the theme of relaxing and enjoying deserved pampering at a local spa, we headed to Akan Yuku no Sato Tsuruga, a hotel renowned for the quality of its hospitality.

Even Japanese People Don’t Know That?! 11 Secrets About Mt. Fuji, the Symbol of Japan

Mt. Fuji Forests & Mountains

Boasting the greatest height of domestic single peak mountains in the country, Mount Fuji is loved as a sightseeing attraction representative of Japan throughout the world. More than 300,000 mountaineers flock to it every year. In addition to being registered as a World Cultural Heritage in 2013, recent years have once more seen various features in the media seeking to express the allure of the mountain, further calling attention to it. Now, we will reveal 10 of Mount Fuji’s unknown secrets, conquering the peak of this majestic symbol of Japan!

When is the Best Time to Visit Hokkaido? 5 Hokkaido Weather Tips That'll Help You Decide!

Sapporo / Chitose

When is the best time to visit Hokkaido? You might think in spring or winter, but people tend to be surprised at how different Hokkaido's weather is, compared with Tokyo or Osaka. Here, we'll share the best time to visit Hokkaido plus everything you need to know about Hokkaido's climate before you travel!

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