FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
"Think nothing is splendid," asserts an old Japanese proverb, "until you have seen Nikko." Nikko, which means "sunlight," is a popular vacation spot for the Japanese, for good reason: its gorgeous sights include a breathtaking waterfall and one of the country's best-known shrines. In addition, Nikko combines the rustic charm of a countryside village (complete with wild monkeys that have the run
of the place) with a convenient location not far from Tokyo.
Akihabara is techno-geek heaven. Also known as Akihabara Electric Town, this district, which was once all about electronics, is becoming a wacky...
As late as 1960, the area between Meiji shrine and the Aoyama Cemetery to the east was so boring that the municipal government zoned a chunk...