Visit: Charming Towns

ningyocho
2016.04.23
Let’s stroll around town in a Kimono! Ningyo Town and its traditional Japanese culture.
The Tadaima Japan Editorial Team visited Ningyo-cho with K, who was visiting Japan for the very first time. From a healthy tofu lunch, a relaxing park
FotorCreated
2016.04.06
A ‘must-do’ when you visit Matsue: Japanese tea ceremonies
Experiencing Japanese culture can be costly at times, but there is no way you can leave Matsue without experiencing sado, or Japanese tea ceremony! Le
yanaka
2016.04.05
Interview with tourists at Yanaka, TOKYO (Includes shop information in Yanaka and Tokyo)
Tadaima Japan editorial team went to Yanaka Ginza (a shopping district has Nostalgia in Tokyo). We met some tourists and talked to them about Yanaka a
Hakata Kawabata Shopping Street
2016.03.03
The nostalgic, Hakata Kawabata Shopping Street in Fukuoka
Hello! It’s HIDE from “BURA BURA FUKUOKA”. Today, I’d like to introduce you to an area called Kawabata. Tenjin is famous for it’s many of malls and b
shitamati
2016.02.23
You can experience the daily life of Tokyo locals in Shitamachi.
Shitamachi is attracting more and more tourists because it’s areas have a special atmosphere owing to their long, age-old history.
The Hachiman-bori Canal and Vories Museum
2016.02.08
A typical classic Japanese town that welcomed Western culture about 100 years ago. 【Omihachiman】
A popular filming location for Japanese Samurai dramas’ Omihachiman is an old, historical city in Shiga prefecture to the east of Kyoto. A nephew o
Tsukudaya
2016.02.05
Tsukudaya, an old Japanese guest house on Oki Island, Shimane Prefecture.
A 120-year-old house converted into a guesthouse Tsukudaya used to be the home of a village leader. It was reformed into a guesthouse and was dif
Tea house
2015.12.16
”Byodoin Omotesando”, the Green Tea Street in Uji, (Kyoto area)
The keyword in Uji city is 茶, or ‘tea’. If you visit Byodoin Omotesando street, you will often see this Japanese character 茶, pronounced ‘cha’. It m
dogo onsen
2015.12.04
Dogo Onsen in Ehime Prefecture: a Place that Seems out of a Japanese Movie
Dogo Onsen has a strong connection with the Japanese novelist Soseki Natsume. Soseki Natsume is one of the most famous novelists in Japan. You may
Tokugawa Yoshinobu’s cemetery
2015.11.02
Take a walk in the Yanaka Cemetery, where the last Shogun, Tokugawa Yoshinobu rests in peace. (Tokyo)
Welcome to Edo and it’s old world nostalgia. What do you imagine when hearing the word Tokyo? Some might imagine cutting-edge technology, young peo
Komachi-dori
2015.10.18
3 food shops you should visit in Komachi-dori, the must-go shopping street in Kamakura!
The “Must-Go” place in Kamakura: Komachi Dori Street Great for shopping and eating with over 19 million visits each year!
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hiroshima_top
2015.10.06
Experience it with your five senses! Our recommended route for a 2-day trip to Hiroshima! (MOVIE)
https://youtu.be/cfkCmi7vhHU A: We headed to the Tuskemen noodle shop Bakudan-ya, after arriving at Hiroshima station! It takes about 3 and a half
The ladle postcard
2015.09.08
An Original Souvenir from Miyajima : Make your own “Spatula Postcard”!
# What's the story behind Miyajima and the spatula? You’ll notice that there are many spatulas sold on Omotesando street and the world’s largest spa
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The stair case at saiho-ji temple.
2015.09.04
Let’s go to “Saiho-ji Temple”in Hiroshima where the movie, “The Girl Who Leapt Through Time” is based!
Let’s go up the stair case that appeared in the movie “The girl who leapt through time”! Have you heard of the movie, “The girl who leapt through t
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Takehara
2015.08.27
Let’s explore the city of "Takehara" in Hiroshima, with it’s taste of old Japan.
The city where traditional Japanese life can still be seen. The closest station is the JR Kure line, Takehara station. You can get here by limousin