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3 Days in Yakushima

This October, I was lucky enough to spend 3 days on Yakushima, a small, circular island 135km south of Kagoshima city. Before going, I’d heard about some of the island’s more famous attractions, like the Shiratani Unsuikyo Gorge (made famous…...

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Japan Off the Beaten Path: Kanmangafuchi Abyss in Nikko

Be careful climbing down into the Kanmangafuchi Abyss, it’s slippery! We’ve all been there. Caught in a horde of eager tourists – and yes that has been you at some point – dozens of cameras and iPads blocking the artwork/landmark/thing…...

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Guide to Nagano, Kanazawa, Takayama and Shirakawago

Australian YouTuber Chloe Ting‘s guide to Nagano, Kanazawa, Takayama and Shirakawago Most people who have been to Japan have travelled through the main cities of Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. If you’re looking for a more off-the-beaten-track experience, I would highly suggest…...

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Ben Ungermann in Japan – part 2

Now for part 2 of my wonderful Japan trip (see part 1 here): Onomichi After eating my fill of the freshest seafood it was time to explore more of the natural beauty in Onomichi. I took a rope car to…...

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Instagrammable Food Guide To Tokyo

Eddy’s Ice Cream By Tara Milk Tea Everyone is always asking about Tokyo food, and I figured if I’m going to do this, why not make my first food list about all the Instagrammable spots. So here you have it!…...

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Ben Ungermann in Japan – part 1

Hi potential travellers! Got the bug and not sure where to go? Let me tell you about a wonderful place that combines technology tradition, rich culture, amazing cuisine and an incredible history. Sydney to Osaka You have perhaps seen some…...

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Guide To Takayama, Shirakawa-Go & Kanazawa

After doing the Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka route on my first visit to Japan earlier this year, I wanted to try something a bit more off-the-beaten-path for my second trip to the country. I heard great things here and there about Shirakawa-go, Takayama…...

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More a whole lot more in Hokkaido

Written by Owain Price Hokkaido is set for an amazing winter after massive November snowfalls. Sapporo reported the most November snow downtown since 1987, while major resorts like Niseko, Rusutsu and Furano are all off to flying starts, to the…...

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Walking the Nakasendo Road from Magome to Tsumago

The clang of brass bells is the Kiso Road’s soundtrack. On this trail, hikers are encouraged to rent a bell to scare off bears. The Kiso Road, or Kisoji, runs alongside Japan’s Central Alps. It’s been chronicled since 701AD, but…...

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Where to experience Hanami in Japan?

Anytime is always a good time to visit Japan, but there’s just something so magical in witnessing the blooming of the sakura at the beginning of spring, it completely blew me away when I visited last April. I’ve seen cherry…...

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Here’s six things you didn’t know about Japan

So you’ve heard all about it, and maybe even read a few guides, but do you really know what to expect from a trip to Japan? Here’s a few things below about an experience in Japan that might actually surprise…...

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Six top tips for a first-time visit to Japan

Get a Japan Rail (JR) Pass If you’re planning to do some travelling around by shinkansen (bullet-train) while you’re in Japan, you’d be a few steps ahead by purchasing a JR Pass before you travel. Granted, at $362 per adult…...

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Here’s five reasons why Japan is a country of contrasts

There’s always calm to be found amongst the chaos Whether it’s the noise and crowds or the sea of neon lights and tightly packed skyscrapers, Japanese cities promise an intense experience for your senses. They’re densely populated hives of life…...

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The six most instagrammable places in Japan

Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or you just like to get a bit snap happy on your smartphone, you won’t have to look far (or try too hard) to get some impressive, envy-inducing travel shots in Japan. The list of…...

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10 must try eats & drinks in Japan!

Quirky, colourful and downright strange – here are my top 10 eats & drinks! Full to the brim with all things weird, wonderful and delicious, Japan is a culinary delight with everything from sugary delights to hearty soups and noodle…...

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