Japan's kitchen and home to dozens of weird and wonderful sights
Osaka is the second largest city in Japan. As it is close to former capital Kyoto and Nara, Osaka prospered as an important point for land and water transportation as well as commerce. It is difficult to overstate the culture of gastronomy in Osaka, when the city is unofficially known as "kuidaore no machi", which translates as "the city where you eat till you drop".
Visit Osaka Castle, built in 1583 as the intended capital of Japan, before the capital was moved to Edo (now known as Tokyo). Walk through the newly renovated castle...
Walk to the Floating Garden Observatory, where you will get a sweeping view of Osaka. After lunch, visit Osaka Castle, built in 1583 as the intended capital of Japan...
Take a morning tour to some of Kyoto's most famous sites and discover why this ancient political capital of Japan is now its history and sightseeing capital! The tour...
Take an afternoon tour to some of Kyoto's most famous sites including the most popular Kiyomizu-dera Temple and discover why this ancient political capital of Japan is...
Visit the ancient capitals most famous sites! This one-day tour takes you across Kyoto to world-renowned temples, shrines, and palaces like Nijo Castle, Sanjusangendo...
See the main sights of two of Japan's ancient capitals all in one day! This tour takes you on a morning tour of world-famous Kyoto to experience one of Japan's most...
Visit Nara, one of Japan's historical capitals! Come face to face with the awe-inspiring Great Buddha of Todai-ji Temple and the friendly deer of Nara Park and more...
Visit Miyajima, famous for its Itsukushima-jinja Shrine. Its red torii gate appears to be standing in the sea during high tide. Walk through the Hiroshima Peace Memorial...