Maiko hurry back and forth at night amongst establishments fit for heads of state
A 670-meter-long shopping street with a variety of small shops.
Every day's a festival at this shopping street
From its152-meter-high observation platform, the Tokyo Tower can be seen right in front of you. This building is a skyscraper that houses various facilities.
Kobe’s Chinatown has many famous specialties
This store sells dried products such as bonito, kelp and small sardines — all indispensable to the seasoning of Japanese cuisine.
One of Kobe's busiest areas
Southern Osaka's hippest place, where the all the trendy young people go
Travel back in time to the frontier age
An irregular five-forked intersection near Otaru Music Box Museum
Some thirty establishments form a beacon of Ainu culture
The early 20th century comes alive on this street of restaurants
One of Hokkaido's oldest and finest shopping streets
A promenade of zelkova, now as the symbolic road of Sendai, the city of forests. It is also popular in winter when it is lit up.
New, yet nostalgic. The station shopping arcade is a mix of older shops with history, and stylish, newer shops.
The first lodging station of Old Tokaido Road, the main road that led to Edo (Tokyo). Visit the historical places and sites to trace the vestiges of a thriving town.
It is the main street of Ura-Harajuku (the Harajuku back street) along which stylish stores stand. There are cafes and some general stores on the street, so taking a stroll on the back street is fun as well.
A wholesale district with a variety of specialty shops selling everything from traditional Japanese dolls, to displays for shop windows, toys and stationery.
Nihonbashi is a town where traditional Japanese and modern cultures are woven together, where you can experience the charms of Japan.
Shibuya is a very popular town for younger generations, and this crossing is one of the biggest scramble crossings in the world. It is a famous spot that appears in many movies.