Japanese locals will take you on customized cultural adventures for free. Why? To practice their English and chat with foreigners.
Tokyo is a fantastically cool kaleidoscope of style, counterculture, and contrasting expressions of femininity.
In the Tokyo suburb of Setagaya, there is a quiet park home to the Gōtoku-ji “Welcome Cat” Temple.
A thousand years ago, an adventurous young woman revolutionized travel writing.
The Kumano Kodo, a 1000-year-old pilgrimage, is both easily accessible and a world away from Japan’s sprawling metropolitan centers.
Tokyo’s DisneySea park is only for mega-fans.
Mexico isn’t the only country which sets a date with the dead.
This colorful display is absolutely jaw-dropping.
Yamabushi are mountain warriors that are said to have supernatural powers trained in martial arts and survivor skills—here’s one traveler’s tale of training with the samurai.