On March 11, 2011, one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history struck near Honshu, Japan, triggering a 23-foot high tsunami that devastated the coastline and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant. Hundreds of thousands of Japanese lost their lives, their homes, and their livelihoods.
I found these videos entertaining. Things Gaijin (foreigners in Japan) say: I laughed at “This burger tastes different” – but I think it’s true. The ketchup tastes different too. I thought I was going a bit crazy but then I’ve noticed some McDonald’s offering
Have you ever dreamed of visiting Japan but don’t know where to start? Do you have a passion for travel and cruising the open seas? Looking for luxury cruises, a Japan adventure and a vacation of a lifetime? Combine all three factors and your
While many people have heard of Sumo wrestling, most people don’t realize that the sport has a long and fascinating history as well as a specific place in Japanese culture. In fact, Sumo wrestling has been practiced in Japan for as long as there
The old adage “the best things in life are free” definitely apply to traveling in Japan: walking the neon streets of Shinjuku and basking in Mt Fuji’s glory are must-do experiences that don’t cost a single Yen (or require a vault full of gold).