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A ryokan (旅館 ) is a type of traditional Japanese inn that originated in the Edo period (1603–1868), when such inns served travelers along Japan's highways. They typically feature tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner.

Japan has very little arable land. In fact, only 12% of its land mass is used for farming as compared to 45% in the United States.
Japanese fruit orchards are small and the cost of living in Japan is reasonably high. In order to make a living...

These 15 sushi restaurants are definite contenders for your itinerary. They run the gamut from being high-class restaurants to regular casual places, and can fit a variety of budgets. Many of them offer quite unique aspects, so please find the ones that suit your fancy.

Shiga is surrounded by plenty of nature, and is home to Japan's biggest lake, Lake Biwa. It's near Kyoto, so there are many shrines and temples from ancient times. Here are 10 recommended spots in Shiga for people that want to enjoy beautiful Japanese countryside scenes

Museums of Osaka are typically represented by striking modern structures, such as Abeno Harukas. However, not only the appearances on the outside, they have much more to offer inside just as well. Here, we'll introduce you to 7 of the best galleries and museums of Osaka.