The Aomori prefecture has many fun things to do and eat. It's best known for the Nebuta Matsuri festival and being the largest producer of apples in Japan.
A ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn where the floors are typically tatami mats and the rooms are separated with sliding shōji doors. And Hotel Sakan in Sendai is one of the best.
Tokyo's Tsujiki Market is one of the largest wholesale fish markets in the world, where an average of 450 different species of fish are sold on premise.
After watching wrestler’s practice at Hakkaku Sumo Stable in Tokyo, I was hungry. Seeing them huff, puff and sweat actually made my stomach growl and what better thing to eat for [...]
Gonpachi restaurant, in the Roppongi district of Tokyo, was the inspiration for the famous bloody massacre scene in the movie Kill Bill.
The object of Japanese pachinko is to fire balls that will then fall through a maze of metal pins. You are trying to capture as many balls as possible.
While traveling Tokyo we saw several ladies and gentlemen donning traditional Japanese kimonos which inspired me to participate in a kimono fitting.
Learning how to make Japanese sushi would be done in the private home of a Tokyo native and would be made with fresh Ahi tuna from Tsujiki Fish Market.
The game of baseball isn't just one of America's favorite pastime, the Japanese are passionate about it too, but they do things a little bit different.
We stood outside of a sumo stable in the Ryogoku district of Tokyo, where wrestlers practice and live, waiting to watch as they refined their craft.