Complete Travel Guide to Shinjuku – the heart of Tokyo. Even on a budget it is an exciting destination full of surprises, great cuisine, shopping, shrines and beautiful gardens.
Everybody knows that travel in Japan isn’t cheap, in fact it’s the most expensive country in the world. Today Franca and Dave of AngloItalianFollowUs are sharing their budget travel tips on traveling in Hiroshima: where to eat, where to go and where to sleep on the cheap.
Real advice on how to get the most out of your experience in Japan by Asia Travel Bug. Make sure to follow the customs and traditions so you can make connections and learn the ways of the great people who live there.
Traveling across different cities in Japan let us absorb local culture, customs and meet locals, who are always a significant part of our travel experiences.
These are some of the perfect getaway destinations that you can visit and have an unforgettable time.
When in Tokyo, we spent the entire morning exploring Akihabara, also known as Akiba, one of the most common districts here. It is the World of Manga filled with many electronic shops featuring anime and manga.
In Japan we had a chance to experience various hostels across the country in such cities as Hiroshima, Tokyo, Fuji or Nara. Check out our recommendations.
Going to see a sumo fight sounds boring but it’s far from it. Here’s why everyone should go see a sumo tournament at least once!
Nara is one of the most beautiful and unique cities in the world. This is mostly down to its major tourist attraction – deer park where these animals freely approach humans for food.
During our last visit to Tokyo by train using JR Pass, we were recommended to get to the top of the Tokyo Skytree Tower – one of touristic highlights of the city. Is it worth going there?
Hiroshima is one of the modern Japanese cities located on Japan’s Honshu Island, largely destroyed by an atomic bomb during World War II in 1945. Here’s top 5 places to see in Hiroshima
Japan Rail Pass was the one thing without which our trip to Japan couldn’t be as great as it was. It’s a ticket that allows you to use all trains, buses, ferries, etc. run by JR Group in Japan.