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A walk through history

Japan

A walk through history

The 17km Yagyu Kaido, one of Kansai’s best hikes, takes travellers through a beautiful landscape and on roads that historical figures trav...

Himeji Castle

Japan

Himeji Castle

THE next time you are in Osaka, Kyoto or Kobe, plan a day trip to Himeji Castle, the largest and most visited castle in Japan.

A brush with culture

Japan

A brush with culture

Meredith Woo tries her hand at daruma doll painting and uncovers other historical riches in Japan’s Gunma Prefecture

Life in the slow lane

Kagoshima, Japan

Life in the slow lane

Kagoshima, the farthest prefecture from Tokyo on the Japanese mainland, is peaceful and meditative

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Kyoto’s storied charms

December 16, 2014, Japan

Kyoto’s storied charms

The ancient city of Kyoto offers travellers a rare glimpse into Japan’s history.

Going nowhere

April 05, 2013, Japan

Going nowhere

The Nowhere but Sajima house is an architectural delight for travellers who appreciate the beauty of elegant design

Private onsens with a view

October 05, 2012, Japan

Private onsens with a view

Hot springs are varied and aplenty in Gifu, but in Yarimikan, you can have one all to yourself with a flip of the fingers

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