You may have tried many types of bread in your life, but this is truly one-of-a-kind. The soft and incredibly fluffy Japanese Milk Bread or “Hokkaidō milk bread” is known for its feathery center and its slightly milky flavor. What’s more, it’s really easy to make at home! Just follow this recipe and make this […]
The Gorgeous Rose Garden of Kayoichou Park, Japan Welcome to one of the most beautiful flower gardens in the world, located in Kayoichou Park in Kasuya Town on the island of Kyushu, Japan. The park is built around a big central reservoir and is famous for its spring cherry blossom. One of the beautiful places […]
Countries in the East tend to hold much fascination for us westerners. One such country is Japan. Unfortunately though, the list of facts about Japan we often read about are almost always half misleading or inaccurate. So this video aims to collect interesting facts about Japan that are actually true!
Japan’s First Luxury Cruise Train, The Seven Stars, meanders along the coastline in Kyushu. Highlight of the all-suite train is the “caboose” car’s Deluxe Suite A, a 226-square-foot room that boasts a 5-foot panoramic window overlooking the track behind the train.Contact is to plan your journey aboard the Seven Stars between other destinations in Japan. […]
Too many bicycles and not enough space in Japan – so what do they do? They dig wells in the ground and build robotic systems to store your two wheelers underground – safe from harsh weather and naughty thieves.
Portrait of a nice spot in Japan. Kumano Nachi Taisha is a Shinto shrine and part of the UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range of Japan. The Nachi Waterfall, worshiped at Hiryū Shrine near Kumano Nachi Taisha is believed to be inhabited by a kami called Hiryū Gongen. […]