Shiro-Hige Cream Puff Factory is a Totoro-inspired sweets shop. It’s a reference to the shop ran by Miyazaki’s little brother’s wife.
Hashima(端島), better known as Gunkanjima (Battleship Island) due to its silhouette, is an abandoned island located just off the coast of Nagasaki city.
For Ghibli fans and especially Totoro fans visiting Japan, Mitaka’s Ghibli Museum is a must-visit. But there’s another place that should be on any Totoro fan’s list: the full-scale replica Read More …
We go again to Gifu prefecture, to the city of Takayama, popularly known as Hida-Takayama to differentiate it from other cities with the same name.
The Tottori sand dunes are a series of gigantic sand dunes on the coast of Tottori city (Tottori Prefecture).
It’s one of the most visited parks in the Kinugama Onsen, a hot spring resort town along the Kinugawa River in Tochigi Prefecture. We’re talking about Edo Wonderland!!
This time we want to present the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route (立山黒部アルペンルート). Completed in 1971, this awesome and beautiful mountain route passes through the Northern Japan Alps.
The Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum (FPDM) (福井県立恐竜博物館, Fukui Ken-ritsu Kyouryuu Hakubutsukan) exhibits a number of specimens related to geology and paleontology, such as invertebrate fossils, minerals, rocks and of course dinosaurs.