Tag: Kamakura

 
  • 10-Day in Tokyo and Hokkaido Itinerary – December

    10-Day in Tokyo and Hokkaido Itinerary – December

    In Japan, we always get to experience all four season. If you take a trip to Japan in early December, you will be able to experience two seasons, late autumn and early winter. How cool is that! Do you really want to see autumn leaves and have fun in the […]

     
     
  • 10 Best Day Trips from Tokyo

    10 Best Day Trips from Tokyo

    There is a lot to see in Tokyo, but this amazing city is only one small part of a country full of amazing sights and experiences. Tokyo’s modernity is almost unrivaled and it is a great center of Japanese culture as well as technology. However, if you want to see […]

     
     
  • What to do in Tokyo in Summer

    What to do in Tokyo in Summer

    A visit to Tokyo in the summer will be an extraordinary lifetime of achievement, despite the hot humid weather and rain. I always think that Tokyo is a fantastic city with a really good mix of things to do and see. Perhaps this is the most beautiful and popular city […]

     
     
  • Autumn in Kamakura 2018

    Autumn in Kamakura 2018

    There are many places around the world to view autumn colors, and those in Japan are second to none. In Japan, we have four very distinct seasons (five if you include the rainy season in June and July). The archipelago stretches from Okinawa in the south to Hokkaido in the […]

     
     
  • 12 Days in Japan Autumn Itinerary

    12 Days in Japan Autumn Itinerary

    What do you expect from a trip to Japan in the fall? Viewing vividly colored fall foliage is not the first and last thing you do here, instead there is a list of exciting activities you must experience. Before you figure it out anyway, I would like to ask you […]

     
     
  • One Day in Kamakura Autumn Itinerary

    One Day in Kamakura Autumn Itinerary

    The Kamakura Shogunate (bafuku), Hojo clan, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Minamoto, and Ashikaga, are the most common words you would hear about when someone tells you the history of Kamakura. A majority of travelers there are interested in discovering the historic temples & shrines, and seasonal beauty found in the gardens than […]

     
     
  • Rainy Season in Japan | Travel Guide

    Rainy Season in Japan | Travel Guide

    A visit to Japan during the rainy season or tsuyu sounds pretty awkward if you are misguided by someone who does not have the ability to impress you about why you should take trip to this amazing country around that time of the year. I heard many people saying that […]

     
     
  • 5 Amazing Buddhist Temples to Visit in Japan in Winter

    5 Amazing Buddhist Temples to Visit in Japan in Winter

    Are you going to visit Japan this winter? What’s the purpose of your visit? Knowing nothing – I could share a travel guide with you as part of side trip. And I am pleased to tell you that my purpose of writing this post is to delight you but nothing […]

     
     
  • Autumn Leaves in Kamakura 2019

    Autumn Leaves in Kamakura 2019

    Kamakura is a beautiful and historic place to visit year-round. Though, the best time to visit the city is in spring and autumn. It is packed with breathtaking scenery, easy hiking trails, awe-inspiring history, and Buddhist temples, with the autumn foliage making it all the more spectacular. In thr fall, […]

     
     
 
 

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