Out of the many tourists destinations to witness in winter, lake Hyo or Hyoko (Ko meaning lake in Japanese) is one the most popular one. To meet and greet those gorgeous guests you better be there between November to March.
Japan is home to one of the largest indoor bird & botanical parks in the world, and moreover, it’s not in Tokyo. It’s in Shimane, little old Shimane. If you’ve never been swarmed by a flock of tiny, flamingo-like birds, put it on your bucket list now.
Bird lovers everywhere get excited! There are now bird cafes in Japan! Different than owl cafés, bird cafés have no time limit within the café and offer a wide variety of birds to interact with! This article will cover the Kotori Café in Tokyo.