Osaka

6 Reasons To Visit Osaka

Here's why you should include Osaka on your Japan itinerary. From amazing street food to endless cultural highlights, Osaka is a must-visit for anyone.
Japan

Overview of Best Places to Visit in All 47 Prefectures of Japan

Japan is a surprisingly large country, stretching over 3.000 km in length. The island country consists of 47 prefectures with a wide range of (tourist) attractions and different features in terms of culture, history and nature. The locals of each prefecture, strongly identify with home prefecture and its culture, food and language. Each prefecture will be a unique experience and they all have their own beauty. Here is a long list of travel highlights of each prefecture of Japan, structured per region, that you should consider visiting.
Kansai

Best Places To Visit in The Kansai Region – A Complete Guide to Kansai!

The Kansai region in the middle of Japan is one of the main tourist destination. In this blog we will tell you the best places to visit per prefecture!
Kansai

The Best Places to Visit in Hyogo

Kobe is the most known area in Hyogo prefecture but there are more attractions you can enjoy! Here are 10 best places to visit in Hyogo other than Kobe.
Kansai

Best Places to Visit in Wakayama Prefecture

Wakayama Prefecture is situated in the Kansai region, south of Osaka. The capital is Wakayama city with its main attraction: Wakayama Castle. The main attraction of the prefecture is Mount Koya or Koyasan, one of the holiest and most beautiful places in Japan. Wakayama is known as the spiritual home of Japan because of some of the large and famous religious sites located in the area and the large network of hiking trails that together from the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage. Other popular places of the prefecture include the famous Shirahama beach and onsen resorts, beautiful natural scenery and inhabited islands. In this article, we present the best places to visit in Wakayama Prefecture.
Nara

12 Best Places to Visit in Nara

Here we listed the best places to visit in Nara including many historical sites, nature spots and of course, the spot you can see friendly deer! Nara is the ancient capital in Japan and if you are planning to visit Kyoto, you should include Nara too!
Kansai

The Best Places to Visit in Shiga

Being close to Kyoto, Shiga prefecture is a perfect destination for a day trip. There are many attractions Shiga can offer, Lake Biwa, which is the largest lake in Japan, Omihachiman where you can walk around the historical sites and a boat cruise and so on!
Osaka

Best Places to Visit in Osaka – An Overview Per Area

Along with Tokyo, Osaka is one of the most urbanised cities in Japan. This harbour city is widely known for its' unique atmosphere and lively and welcoming people living there. The entire city is (quite literally) full of energy, and offers a totally different experience to visitors from what you can experience in Tokyo. The tasty local dishes, entertaining theme parks, and historical spots co-exist within the small, but also rapidly developing city. Let us help you understand the different areas of Osaka and their respective highlights!
Places to visit in Kyoto

Best Places to Visit in Kyoto – An Overview Per Area

Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, is always listed among the most popular tourist destinations in Japan. Along with the other cities such as Tokyo and Osaka, it has been through a rapid growth as a center of economy with its abundant sources of sightseeing spots which bring a huge benefit to the city. Once you open a travel guidebook on Japan, you probably get confused and feel lost as there are so many places to go and things to do there. In this article, we will divide the city into five main districts and tell you more about each area and its' highlights!
Osaka

Best Places To Visit in South Osaka – Experience The Wonderful Infusion of Modern And Old Times in Tennoji!

The centre of Osaka consists of two main hubs; Kita (north) and Minami (south), but when you travel even further south for about 2km, you will reach the Tennoji area. Tennoji has developed itself as Osaka's third major downtown hub. Back in the days, this used to be a low-rent urban area with some traditional and historical tourist sites. But recently this part of the city has transformed into one of the most popular areas of the city with some great new tourist attractions, including Osaka’s tallest building! Now you can experience both traditional and modern Osaka in the Tennoji Area. Here we list our recommended places to visit in south Osaka.
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