A packed guide to travelling overland in Japan with info on paperwork, roads, visas, navigation, tips and loads more.
Here’s how to get from Japan to South Korea (or vice versa) by ferry with info on customs, prices and contacts.
Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Japan’s spectacular Vine Bridges and what else to see in Iya Valley.
Here’s a mini-guide with info on how to book yourself onto one of the best traditional Japanese tea ceremonies in Tokyo.
Edo Wonderland is an incredibly authentic Edo recreation village in Japan. It’s an insanely cool experience and you must go!
You don’t need a Carnet de Passage to take your vehicle to Japan! There is another way – the Temporary Import.
Snow monkeys swing down to thermal hot springs and bathe in the hot water to warm up. Here’s how to visit.
This guide will explain the details needed to travel by ferry from Vladivostok to Japan or South Korea with a vehicle.
The Ritsurin Garden is the most famous and beautiful garden in Japan. Here’s what you need to know before you go.
The Moai statues in Japan sit in Sun Messe Nichinan, a Japanese park dedicated to Polynesian Culture. Here’s how to visit.
Five months and 4,000 miles of Shinto Shrines, mystical mountains and crazy islands; here’s what it’s like riding in Japan.
Confused about what paperwork you need for Japan? This guide will explain everything, including carnets, temporary imports, permits and insurance.
This is the best places in the world to row a boat. Takachiho Gorge is stunning and shrouded in legend.
Japan’s Rabbit Island is a must. It’s a beautiful island filled with thousands of free roaming rabbits and a dark past.
There’s a sleepy little village in Japan where people don’t do much… probably because 200 of its inhabitants are lifelike scarecrows.
The Otagi Nenbutsu-Ji temple is Japan’s most continuously ruined temple… but that hasn’t stopped its 1,200 happy buddhas from smiling!
Himeji Castle is a masterpiece and no visit to Japan would be complete without a gaze at its pearly white walls.
This guide is full of info on the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museums, what’s there and which one’s best.
Five months and 5,000 miles have passed since arriving in Japan and it’s been epic. Now it’s finally time to leave.
We found a beautiful balance of culture, stunning scenery and history. But Japan also has a weird side and it’s addictive