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Japanese Stamp Books: The Alternative Traveler’s Souve

If you’re not into gaudy key rings or personalized chopsticks, there’s a rather unusual way to trace your travels through Japan, and it’s called...
19-04-2018 21:49

Escape to Nara: Top Things to Do for a Dream Day Trip

Nara is the perfect day trip from Kyoto?plenty of delicious snacks, plenty of temples, and most importantly plenty of deer! |credit| Well known for it...
12-04-2018 21:51

Cherry Blossom in Kyoto: The 15 Best Sakura Spots

The only way to make one of the most beautiful places in Japan even more stunning: these are all the best places to see the cherry blossom in Kyoto. |...
12-04-2018 21:51

Osaka’s Forgotten Delicacy: Kushikatsu (and Where to T

Everyone knows about the local specialty takoyaki and even the Osaka-style okonomiyaki, but one of the most delicious treats to try in Osaka (aka Japa...
12-04-2018 21:51

Japan’s Best Winter Festivals and How to Get There fro

The Sapporo Snow Festival is amazing to experience, but Japan has plenty of other snow festivals to enjoy?from burning rituals to paper lanterns, ther...
12-04-2018 21:51

February 2018: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

February is a month filled with winter wonderlands in the form of Japanese festivals to celebrate snow, oysters, demons and Chinese New Year! If it’...
12-04-2018 21:51

March 2018: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

March is officially spring, and the quietest corners of Japan are waking from the winter hibernation for plum blossom festivals, fiery celebrations an...
12-04-2018 21:51

10 Unforgettable Day Trips from Osaka

If you’re based in Osaka exploring Kansai couldn’t be easier. From historical castles to ninja towns with islands and whirlpools in between, there...
12-04-2018 21:51

Hiking Mt. Kobushi and the Karisaka Pass

Mount Kobushi to Karisaka Pass hike overview Altitude: 2,475m Altitude change: ~1,400m Difficulty: Medium – Hard Season: Late spring to autumn | Win...
12-04-2018 21:51

April 2018: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

Cherry blossoms, spring festivals and the promise of summer: April is one of the best times to be in Japan, and these events are the best way to enjoy...
12-04-2018 21:51

Yamagata’s Sacred Mountain Temple: 1000 Steps to Seren

Get ready for jelly legs and a glimpse of paradise. I’d never been to Yamagata Prefecture, nor heard of Yamadera. Somehow I managed to spend seven y...
12-04-2018 21:51

A Guide to Booking Hotels in Japan

OK, so the cheapest options for staying in Japan are hostels, capsule and love hotels and maybe an internet cafe. But sometimes you need the comfort a...
12-04-2018 21:51

December 2017: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

It may not be Christmas, but that doesn’t mean there’s a shortage of events this December in Japan! Attend traditional festivals, run a marathon a...
12-04-2018 21:51

8 Cherry-Picked Cherry Blossom Spots in Osaka

As “Japan’s Kitchen”, there are few better places than Osaka to create the perfect hanami picnic. And with spring in the air, here are the perfe...
12-04-2018 21:51

Spend a Sightseeing Day in Sendai

Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture) is one of the biggest cities in Japan and just 90 minutes from Tokyo. Yet it?s never really been on people?s must-visit lis...
12-04-2018 21:51

Where to Find Craft Beer in Osaka

If you want to drink craft beer in Osaka you?re in luck. The city is littered with bars pouring the sweetest nectars and darkest brews from around the...
12-04-2018 21:51

A Cheapo’s Guide to Visiting Fukuoka: Lively, Yet Laid

Fukuoka is Kyushu?s largest city?and a growing, lively-yet-laid-back one. It?s a stunner of a place, mixing ancient and modern in a relatively compact...
12-04-2018 21:51

Back in Time at Gokayama’s UNESCO World Cultural Herit

Most everyone has heard of Shirakawago, the picturesque thatched-roof village in Gifu Prefecture. But fewer know about Gokayama, another area with two...
12-04-2018 21:51

Shinsekai: Osaka’s ‘New Town’ from Times G

Troubled, scruffy and entirely enchanting, the streets of Shinsekai, Osaka were designed with the future in mind, but are full of the charm of years g...
12-04-2018 21:51

January 2018: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

Although it’s a quieter month than most on the festival front, there are still plenty of fiery festivals and New Year celebrations to choose from ac...
12-04-2018 21:51

Okonomiyaki: The History of Hiroshima’s Soul Food (and

Hiroshima may not be the first name that jumps to mind when you think of eating out in Japan, but it could be. The coastal city is home to one of the ...
12-04-2018 21:51

Top 5 Things to Do in Oita Prefecture

West of Japan, on Kyushu lies an area that come 2019 will be known to rugby fans around the world, Oita. So if you?re planning a visit, why not take a...
12-04-2018 21:51

Chill Out in Kochi, Shikoku’s Southern City

|credit| Kochi is a lovely town nestling on Shikoku?s southern coast. It?s compact and charming, and the palm-tree flanked boulevards add to a chilled...
12-04-2018 21:51

Shop ‘Til You Drop at These 4 Osaka Outlet Malls

Osaka already has enough shopping options as it is, what with its colorful Namba district being filled with shopping arcades, including Osaka’s larg...
12-04-2018 21:51

Japan’s 5 Deadliest Festivals: Fire, Rivers and Bamboo

Bamboo spears, speeding carts and log-riding are just some of the activities you can see at some of the death-defying celebrations in Japan. It’s no...
12-04-2018 21:51

2018 Japan Cherry Blossom Season Forecast

The Japan archipelago runs on a roughly southwest to northeast axis, therefore the spring warmth?and the cherry blossoms?travel up the country from bo...
12-04-2018 21:51

The Geeky Cheapo’s Guide to Japanese Money

Chances are, the first time you saw a Japanese price display, you gasped. If you?re used to dollars, pounds or euros, adjusting to what things cost in...
12-04-2018 21:51

Hot Baths and Timeless Traditions in Naruko Onsen

Naruko Onsen: A quaint little village full of free foot baths and (not free) wooden dolls. These days, it’s tough to go “off the beaten track”, ...
12-04-2018 21:51

November 2017: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

Things are getting chilly now that it’s November?but there’s plenty to do to keep you distracted and even warm you up, from fire-walking to ramen ...
06-11-2017 21:49

A Guide to Monkeying Around at Takasakiyama Monkey Park

On any list of Japan?s natural wonders, wild monkeys are right up there. And in Kyushu you can find one of the largest groups of monkeys in the world....
25-10-2017 21:49

Cat Island in Kyushu: A Guide to Visiting Ainoshima Island

Japan has several ?cat islands?, but if you?re in Fukuoka there?s one quite close to you: Ainoshima. You might have seen these cats without realizing:...
17-10-2017 21:48

Osaka to Tokyo: The Fastest and Cheapest Ways to Get There

Tokyo calling. Traveling from Osaka to Tokyo is quick and easy, as it’s one of the busiest routes in Japan. The two cities are separated by a distan...
09-10-2017 21:53

Infographic: Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast 2017

Japan autumn leaves |credit| For most of Japan, the most colorful time of the year is about to begin. Koyo (or changing leaves) brings out locals and ...
05-10-2017 21:47

Viewing Autumn Leaves in Kansai: Kyoto and Beyond

Whereas the cherry blossom front begins in the south and ends in the north, it’s the other way around for autumn leaves. The viewing of autumn leave...
04-10-2017 21:53

Opening the Gates of Kyoto?s Imperial Palace

For ten days a year, five in spring and five in autumn, the gates of the Imperial Palace in Kyoto are open to the public without the need for any spec...
03-10-2017 21:49

Takao’s Secrets: Going for a Hike in Western Kyoto

On the northwestern edge of Kyoto lies Takao, a scarcely-populated mountain region hiding vast nature and beautiful temples. Takao is only an hour awa...
03-10-2017 21:49

October 2017: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

October means autumn, and in Japan, that means stunning autumn festivals?so wherever you are this month, be sure to check out all the top events near ...
28-09-2017 21:53

Kyoto to Tokyo: The Fastest and Cheapest Ways to Get There

The mega-city awaits. Getting from Kyoto to Tokyo is quick and easy, as it’s one of the most popular travel routes in Japan. The old capital is sepa...
21-09-2017 21:53

Desert Adventures: Visiting Japan’s Tottori Sand Dunes

When someone first mentioned to me that Japan had a desert, I must admit I was skeptical. The closest actual desert, after all, was in Mongolia’s fa...
20-09-2017 22:00

The Cutest Place in Japan: A Guide to Visiting Rabbit Island

Rabbit Island, officially known as Okunoshima, is on the must-visit list for many people coming to Japan. And who can blame them" Hundreds of little b...
20-09-2017 22:00

Mount Osore: Visions of Heaven and Hell at Fear Mountain

The strong smell of sulfur meets you well before you step off the bus into the barren, mysterious landscape that stretches before you. And once you al...
20-09-2017 22:00

The Lowdown on Flying a Drone in Japan

Whether for swooping footage of wide-open plains or spectacular bird’s-eye view shots of urban cityscapes, drones have become a popular part of the ...
04-09-2017 21:45

Japan by Prefecture: The Kansai Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety?with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefect...
29-08-2017 21:48

September 2017: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

Summer isn’t over yet, and there are plenty of festivals across Japan to carry on that holiday feeling! Here’s a taste of what you can expect in S...
18-08-2017 21:45

Nishiki Market: Exploring Kyoto’s 400-year-old Kitchen

Stalls, samples, skewers and specialities: Kyoto’s Nishiki Market is a treasure trove of delicious treats, hearty produce, history?and even a Snoopy...
18-08-2017 21:45

10th Anniversary Y?kai Train Event in Kyoto

Summer is a time for spookiness in Japan. So, in the spirit of summer, the Randen Line in Kyoto runs a Y?kai Densha (Ghost Train) event each year. Tak...
09-08-2017 21:52

Summer Sonic: The Lowdown on Kansai’s Hottest Music Fe

The party pass. Heard that Summer Sonic is THE hottest event in Kansai" It is?and not just because it’s held in mid-August, which is known to be sco...
08-08-2017 22:03

Cosplayers Assemble at Nagoya’s World Cosplay Summit

With rules prohibiting cosplayers from arriving or leaving in cosplay to avoid causing trouble with the ?normies,? most Japanese cosplay events are ac...
03-08-2017 21:51

August 2017: Top Cheapo Events Around Japan

Some of Japan’s best festivals take place in August. Lucky us, they’re mostly free too! Miyajima fireworks The Nagaoka Festival ? Niigata (Aug 1-3...
28-07-2017 21:47

Summer’s Final Struggle: Shimogamo’s Yatori-no S

On August 6th at one of Japan’s most ancient Shinto shrines tucked away on the northern side of central Kyoto, 60 young men prepare for a sacred str...
26-07-2017 21:49

Summertime Light Festivals in Nara

|credit| August in Japan is stinking hot?no way around it. While the nights are still pretty warm, they’re more tolerable than the searing days, so ...
26-07-2017 21:49

Celebrating the REAL Tanabata in Kyoto

Tanabata wishes hanging in the bamboo Tanabata: A Love Story You may think that Tanabata only occurs on the memorable date of 7/7 (July 7th). But the ...
26-07-2017 21:49

Shopping Sprees and Foodie Feasts in Japan’s Koreatown

Not so long ago we took you on a foodie’s tour of Japan’s three major Chinatowns?and after all that delicious food it is time for a new cross-cult...
20-07-2017 21:47

Japan’s Great Outdoors: Exploring Hokkaido’s Nat

Hokkaido and nature are practically synonymous?what with the island?s seemingly endless natural beauty to be found around every corner. It is no wonde...
20-07-2017 21:47

5 Places in Japan You Should Not Visit … Unless You Br

You just finished watching the original Japanese versions of Ring or Grudge and you think you are ready to tackle any scary situation. Think again, be...
12-07-2017 21:48

Geisha Beer Gardens in Kyoto

It will usually cost you an arm and a leg to get up close to a geisha or a maiko (apprentice geisha), but every once in a while, there’s the rare ch...
05-07-2017 21:44

How to Spend Money at Gion Matsuri

It’s just ticked over to July. That means two things: the heat has suddenly gone way up, and Gion Matsuri has kicked off. |credit| Gion Matsuri is t...
05-07-2017 21:44

Going Full Cheapo at Japan’s Secondhand Shops

You just moved to Japan. You paid an absorbent amount of key money and other fees, and now you’re ready to move into your empty apartment. Where to ...
30-06-2017 21:52

Escaping from Japan’s Alcatraz: Abashiri Prison

If “The Rock” with Sean O’Connery and Nicolas Cage is one of your favorite movies or you know someone who is a bit of a delinquent and needs som...
30-06-2017 21:52

Kansai Summertime Guide: Fireworks Festivals in Kyoto, Osaka

Kansai has its fair share of impressive firework events, so here is a list of some of the top events that can’t be missed, from local festivals to s...
21-06-2017 21:47

Dragon Food: Fire Ramen in Kyoto

Setting your dinner alight is a sure-fire way to spice up your evening, as well as create a delicious bowl of ramen! |credit| This isn’t just some o...
21-06-2017 21:47

The Ultimate Miyajima Sightseeing Guide

One of the most famous sites in Japan, the floating shrine of Itsukushima (popularly known as Miyajima) is unmissable?but there’s plenty more to see...
09-06-2017 21:49

Late Flight" Delayed Departure" Passing Time at Ho

|credit| Whether you have some time to pass for your flight or are stranded due to a freak weather, New Chitose Airport will keep you entertained for ...
08-06-2017 21:43

Hokkaido Lavender Fields and Other Summer Blossoms

Right now, many in Honshu?Japan’s main island?are sweating buckets and feeling uncomfortably sticky, as summer in Japan is quite the hot and humid s...
08-06-2017 21:43

Hiking Through the Twilight Zone at Lake Toya

When a large eruption occurred about 110,000 years ago and the lava started to cool down over the thousands of years that followed, Lake Toya rose fro...
24-05-2017 21:49

Road Trip! Exploring Hokkaido’s Vast Beauty by Car

Hokkaido is truly vast with boundless nature and a rich diverse history. While the island is fairly well outfitted in terms of trains and buses, these...
24-05-2017 21:49

A Day in Sapporo: The Definitive Guide to Sightseeing

So you just touched down in Hokkaido and are ready for your full day in the capital before venturing into the island’s vast nature" Below is our Sap...
17-05-2017 21:49

A Day in Hiroshima: A Guide on What to Do, See and Eat

Hiroshima is known for one thing, and is on most people’s Japan itinerary?but besides visiting the museums, what can you do there" Our Hiroshima gui...
17-05-2017 21:49

The Three (Mouth-Watering) Chinatowns of Japan

Chinese have always been the largest group of migrants in Japan. While few still choose to live in neighborhoods with Chinese majorities, these Chinat...
16-05-2017 21:49

Hiking up Hokkaido’s Mountains

Every spring, the stunning mountain ranges of Hokkaido will welcome hundreds of hiking enthusiasts until the dawn of autumn in September. So let’s t...
01-05-2017 21:53

Sacred (Cheapo) Pilgrimages: Hiking the Kumano Kodo

Sacred sites (and good coffees) await. Thousands of feet on spiritual journeys have beaten the paths of the Kumano Kodo over the past thousand years. ...
18-04-2017 21:45

Discovering Japan’s “Wild West” at the His

Did you know Japan had its very own “Wild West”" Well, it is more like “Wild North”as the area we are referring to is actually in Japan’s be...
12-04-2017 21:55

Japan by Prefecture: Hokkaido and Tohoku Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety?with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefect...
11-04-2017 21:57

Taketomi: Bicycles, Water Buffalo and Beaches

Cycle from beach to beach with local soba for lunch and see the Okinawan town of Taketomi from a water buffalo cart?all 15 minutes away from Ishigaki....
11-04-2017 21:57

A Day at Mount Koya: The Sacred Cheapo Day Trip

Tucked away in Kansai mountainside lies Mount Koya?a centuries-old spiritual retreat. As one of the holiest and most beautiful places in Japan, Mount ...
11-04-2017 21:57

How to Visit Gunkanjima (Battleship Island)

You’ve seen it in Skyfall*, and in the numerous articles about it. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ruins of Nagasaki Prefecture’s abandoned ...
10-04-2017 21:47

Exploring the Wilds of Iriomote Island

An untamed area with mangroves, waterfalls and wildcats, Iriomote Island is a sub-tropical haven waiting to be explored. |credit| Largely undeveloped,...
04-04-2017 21:40

Japan by Prefecture: The Chugoku Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety?with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefect...
22-03-2017 21:49

Sake and Sushi" Let’s Go to Nara

Most of our readers will know Nara for its countless bowing deer, ancient temples and picturesque traditional streets. But did you also know Nara is f...
21-03-2017 21:46

Stumbling into Nara’s Past: Gangoji Temple and Edo-Per

The small former merchant district of Naramachi does its best to preserve its Edo-period atmosphere and charm to this day. When I first walked along t...
13-03-2017 21:44

Japan by Prefecture: The Chubu Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety?with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefect...
13-03-2017 21:44

Japan by Prefecture: The Shikoku Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety; with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefec...
09-03-2017 21:45

Celebrating the Girls and Boys of Japan

Each year on March 3rd girls become the center of attention in every Japanese household during a festival called Hinamatsuri?while boys have to wait a...
25-02-2017 21:41

2017 Japan Cherry Blossom Season Forecast

Infographic by Chavarom Chongulia The Japan archipelago runs on a roughly southwest to northeast axis, therefore the spring warmth?and the cherry blos...
23-02-2017 21:44

Fantastic Fox Village Adventures

There are plenty of animal cafes and even animal islands, but for cuteness, not many come close to Zao Fox Village in Japan. High up in the mountains ...
13-02-2017 21:56

Expecting the Unexpected: Getting Prepared for Disasters in

As most of us know, Japan is prone to natural disasters due to its location near several seismic plates that can cause earthquakes as well as tsunamis...
13-02-2017 21:56

4 Easy Day Trips from Kyoto

While Kyoto has a plethora of places to visit, maybe you’d like to escape the crowds, or maybe you just want a change of scenery. In that case, here...
13-02-2017 21:56

Hatsumode: Your First Shrine or Temple Visit of the Year

In a post on Tokyo Cheapo, we listed some traditional Japanese New Year traditions, one of which is hatsumode, the first temple or shrine visit of the...
13-02-2017 21:56

Japan by Prefecture: The Kanto Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel across is the variety?with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 pre...
13-02-2017 21:56

Japan by Prefecture: The Kyushu Region

What makes Japan so amazing to travel in is the variety; with every new prefecture, city or village you find something unique. Consisting of 47 prefec...
13-02-2017 21:56

Fushimi Castle ? An Unfortunate Tale

So you just visited Nijo Castle in the center of Kyoto, the famous Himeji Castle or the impressive Osaka Castle and still cannot get enough of Japanes...
13-02-2017 21:56

Shimonoseki Chapter 1: Puffer Fish Capital of the World

If you like the idea of dinner with a risk of fatality (albeit very minor)?you’ll be well acquainted with fugu?the deadly puffer fish of Japan’s s...
13-02-2017 21:56

Uji: The Town of Legendary Green Tea

The city of Uji, located between the two ancient capitals of Kyoto and Nara, is blessed with the quality of soil and surroundings needed for one of Ja...
13-02-2017 21:56

Mega Guide to the Sapporo Snow Festival

Kingdom of Hawai’i, 2010 What?s cooler than being cool" The Sapporo Snow Festival! This annual festival is a magical winter wonderland up in the col...
13-02-2017 21:56

Koriyama Castle Town: From Samurai to Goldfish to Springtime

As a site of many battles between rivaling clans in the region of present-day Kansai, Koriyama has quite an impressive history. Contrastly, in todayâ€...
13-02-2017 21:56

Visiting the Heart of Japanese Buddhism, For Free

Buddhist temples in Japan always tend to leave quite an impression. They house some of the finest traditional art and architecture in the world and ar...
13-02-2017 21:56

Akiyoshidai, Akiyoshido: Japan’s Longest Cave

Caves. Not everyone’s a fan. If you are though, Yamaguchi boasts the longest in Japan, and it’s quite spectacular. The cave scene might be a bit o...
13-02-2017 21:56

JR East Passes: The Lowdown and Travel Ideas

The JR East Passes give you access to the shinkansen as well as other types of JR trains. While the JR Pass might be the most well known of rail passe...
13-02-2017 21:56

Kobe Luminarie: Winter’s City of Light

When winter starts setting in, illuminations are organized throughout Japan with Kobe Luminarie leading the way as one of the most famous amongst them...
13-02-2017 21:56

Dotonbori: Exploring Osaka’s Neon Streets

|credit| Bright neon lights, busy streets and giant 3D signs: if you recognize any part of Osaka, it’s going to be Dotonbori. The designated enterta...
13-02-2017 21:56

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