by Melanie Kamdar Kamikochi means ‘highland’ in Japanese but was sometimes also written with characters meaning ‘Land of the Gods’. Now I’m no god but I thought I’d give this region…

Melissa Kent and Robin Koning relax and rejuvenate at Tokyo’s ultimate retreat Looking for a way to kick-start your summer glow? Why not cancel your usual mud bath and seaweed wrap at…

Nagoya is Japan’s fourth-largest city with a population of over 2.3 million. Located less than 2 hours away from Tokyo on the bullet train, the capital of Aichi Prefecture is also a great…

Hakuba, in the Japan Alps has something for outdoors enthusiasts all year round. James Robb, an outdoor instructor and guide in the area, tells us why it just might be Paradise WHY…

It’s wonderful in Wakayama! Henry Scott Stokes tells it from the mountains I DON’T KNOW about you, but I always feel hard done by if I don’t get a glimpse of the…

  by Emmanuel Lacoste Okinawa is synonymous with white sand beaches and underwater adventures but, high above the deep blue sea, people have discovered another way to push themselves to the limit.…