The Tuna King Reigns at Tsukiji Fish Market — Omakase Japan
Yukitaka Yamaguchi is the Tuna King. Step inside his shop at Tsukiji fish market. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Omakase http://goo.gl/hGwtF0 Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restau...
The Second Most Famous Thing to Happen to Hiroshima
Okonomi means “whatever you like,” yaki means “grill,” but smashed together they do little to paint a clear picture. Invariably, writers, cooks, and oko officials revert to analogies: some call it a c...
Best Sushi in Japan - Tsukiji Fish Market to $300 HIGH-END SUSHI in Tokyo!
For this Japanese food and sushi tour, I was on the Best of Tokyo Food Tour with David from The Hungry Tourist. His tours are one of a kind and focus on deep high end food! For more details check out...
Best of rice paddy art & STUNNING fields in Aomori, Japan
The highest level of agricultural professionalism and artistic taste is being shown by the Japanese villagers, who first wanted to save the tradition of rice...
This Robot Of Leonardo Da Vinci Is Disturbingly Realistic
The International Robot Exhibition 2015 (iREX) opened its doors to the public on Wednesday, December 2 at the Tokyo Big Sight center for five days of displays and seminars on the latest robot technolo...
Ashikaga Flower Park in May - Part 2 - Tochigi - Japan Travel, Tomoko Kamishima
The aroma of wisteria blossoms is in the night air. People who came here in the daytime are still enjoying flowers even at night in a tunnel of white wisteria, under the 1000 square meter purple wiste...
Suicide Forest in Japan
The Aokigahara Forest is the most popular site for suicides in Japan. After the novel Kuroi Jukai was published, in which a young lover commits suicide in the forest, people started taking their own l...
Miss International 1995 Crowning Moment
Miss International 1995 Crowning Moment
Hakone Estate & Gardens visit
'This is Us' takes a trip to the Hakone Estate and Gardens; a traditional Japanese garden build in Saratoga in 1915
A Cancer Pilgrimage in the Mountains of Japan
The Tamagawa baths, situated in the mountains of Japan’s Akita prefecture, have long been believed to hold medicinal powers. Today, the area attracts cancer patients from all over the country, who hop...
Tofu Yum-Yum Rice Bowl Recipe
The marinade is ridiculously delicious; you’ll also want to use it on ribs or chicken. Place tofu on a rimmed baking sheet layered with paper towels; top with several more paper towels and press gentl...
Rabbit Stampede (Original) - Woman Chased By Hundreds of Rabbits - Cuteness
The original Rabbit Stampede- woman chased by hundreds of cute rabbits. A tourist from Hong Kong captures this amazing video at Okunoshima ("Rabbit Island") ...
Rabbit Island - Nature's Weirdest Event
No-one really knows why the bunnies are here, but they are now a big tourist attraction
Before Magnificent Mount Fuji Volcano Erupts…[46 PICS]
We haven't done much looking around at Japan, other than Nara Dreamland, the abandoned Disney knock-off amusement park, but now the experts are red-alert claiming that Mount Fuji volcano is about t...
Japanese castle
Japanese castles (城, shiro) were fortresses constructed primarily of wood and stone. They evolved from the wooden stockades of earlier centuries, and came into their best-known form in the 16t...
Japanese castle - Wikipedia
Places of Scenic Beauty
Monuments (記念物, kinenbutsu) is a collective term used by the Japanese government's Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties to denote Cultural Properties of Japan as historic locations su...
Places of Scenic Beauty - Wikipedia
Cultural Landscapes of Japan
Landscapes which have evolved together with the way of life and geocultural features of a region, and which are indispensable for understanding the lifestyle of the Japanese people, are recognized by ...
Cultural Landscapes of Japan - Wikipedia
Onsen
An onsen (温泉) is a term for hot springs in the Japanese language, though the term is often used to describe the bathing facilities and inns around the hot springs. As a volcanically active country...
Onsen - Wikipedia
Cultural Properties of Japan
As administered by the Japanese government's Agency for Cultural Affairs, the Cultural Properties of Japan (文化財, bunkazai) include tangible properties (structures and works of art or craft); i...
Cultural Properties of Japan - Wikipedia
Groups of Traditional Buildings
Groups of Traditional Buildings (伝統的建造物群, Dentōteki Kenzōbutsu-gun) is a Japanese category of historic preservation introduced by a 1975 amendment of the law which mandates the protection of g...
Groups of Traditional Buildings - Wikipedia
National Treasures of Japan
National Treasures (国宝: kokuhō) are the most precious of Japan's Tangible Cultural Properties, as determined and designated by the Agency for Cultural Affairs (a subsidiary of the Ministry of Educati...
National Treasures of Japan - Wikipedia
World Heritage Sites in Japan
Japan accepted the UNESCO World Heritage Convention on 30 June 1992. As of June 2014, eighteen properties have been inscribed on the World Heritage List: fourteen cultural sites and four natural sites...
World Heritage Sites in Japan - Wikipedia