Category: City Guides

  • Matsue: Beautiful Lakes, Gardens And Original Castle

    Matsue: Beautiful Lakes, Gardens And Original Castle

    Known as “The Water City”, Matsue is built mainly around Lake Shinji, the seventh-largest lake in Japan, and many of the best attractions are located on or near the shores of the lake. If you go to the International Tourist Center, located just outside of Matsue station, there are many brochures in English and other […]

  • Things To Do In Fukuyama

    Things To Do In Fukuyama

    Fukuyama is a middle city of Bingo and has flourished as a castle town since old times. Many people visit the Fukuyama Castle Park in the center of this city, which is famous for cherry blossoms. The big “Fukuyama Rose Festival” is held in May based on the “Rose Park”. Tomonoura which has flourished as […]

  • Things To Do In Hiroshima

    Things To Do In Hiroshima

    Hiroshima offers a wealth of activities, sites, and opportunities for foreign tourists to learn about the cultural and historical dimensions of Japan. Easily the most famous city in western Japan, Hiroshima not only has a lot to offer in and of itself but can act as a hub for travel throughout the entire region. Access […]

  • Things To Do In The Historic Town Of Yanai

    Things To Do In The Historic Town Of Yanai

    Located halfway between the shinkansen stops of Iwakuni and Tokuyama, Yanai is a small mercantile and port city with a long history, some of which is still very well preserved in old Edo-era buildings. The historic section of town is easy to get to. Exit from the station and it’s just a few minute’s walk […]