UNESCO has decided what the new World Heritage Sites this year will be. It’s an interesting list – including one that I’m going to claim straight away!
For Australians looking for a ski holiday in the Northern Hemisphere, this valley in Japan offers the perfect mix of quality, price and distance.
You may know of cat cafes but what about the latest trend in Tokyo – owl cafes? Spend an hour holding and patting these magnificent birds. Only in Japan!
Cut off from the rest of Japan by large mountains, the residents of Shirakawa-go developed a unique way to build their village and survive the winters.
When the winter becomes too much, these snow monkeys head to the hot spring. This incredible natural sight in Japan has to be seen for yourself!
For a city once the centre of Japan’s power, it was sad to be rejected for the World Heritage List. After all, this is the birthplace of the samurai.
Feeling like you’re in the middle of a 9.0 magnitude earthquake can be pretty scary. Would you go to a place in Tokyo where you can do that for yourself?
An enormous robot statue stands over this Japanese city, as if protecting it from something. But perhaps it has already saved the day!
Imagine an entire museum dedicated to a type of noodles. If that sounds a bit weird, don’t forget that this is Japan!