From the unusual to the traditional, Japan is full of unforgettable,
must-do experiences found nowhere else.
Experience the Wonders of Winter in Sparkling-White East Hokkaido
Home to some of Japan's best ski resorts and incredible powder snow
Natural hot springs (onsen) are numerous and highly popular across Japan. Every region of the country has its share of hot springs and re sort towns, which come with them.
Tsukiji in Tokyo is home to the world’s largest fish and sea food market, and is full of restaurants offering visitors the chance to enjoy fresh, delicious sushi.
The traditional Japanese performing art of kabuki has a history of over 400 years, and has been designated by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.
A rickshaw ride; why is it called that?
The word has no Western roots. It comes from the Japanese - jin-riki-sha. “Jin” is the word meaning “person. “Riki” means...
Making Delicious Soba Noodles
If you love Japanese food, you are likely to have tried soba noodles. If so, wouldn’t you like to try your hand making them?
All of us at JAL, from the ground staff through cabin crew to the JAL staff behind the scenes, are inspired by the spirit of omotenashi to provide passengers with the ultimate travel experience, as well as giving them a taste of Japan.
From the perspective of most countries, Japan is far more than the other side of the world; it is another world completely.
A trip to Japan can be more challenging than one might expect. With How Tsu Japan’s practical, entertaining and sometimes irrelevant tips, you’ll breeze through social conventions like a veteran.
We provide information useful for travel in Japan.
We will introduce information regarding events that are held across the country, including festivals.