Located in the north of Saitama Prefecture, Gyoda City is an ideal place to spend a day for history nerds, park enthusiasts, those wanting to learn about Japanese culture – in fact the list is endless, as it is a great day out for anyone!
Four hundred years later, the blood of samurai families serving Tokugawa Ieyasu still remains in four temples throughout Kyoto Prefecture: Yogen-in, Shoden-ji, Genko-an, and Hosen-in.
The small town of Chiran is located right at the bottom of Kyushu, in Kagoshima Prefecture. Despite the town's location, it remains a popular tourist destination for those looking for something a little different and off the beaten track.
Japan’s biggest travel agency JTB is launching a new type of entertainment bus tour ‘Samurai and Ninja Safari’ this month.
Unlike traditional bus tours, this tour features interactive experiences, which allows the passengers to “be a part of it”. Let’s have a look at what you can see in this tour!!
Kyoto is full of beautiful, old Japanese structures, giving you the feeling of being inside a movie set. But why not experience being in one and see the actions yourself? If you are fascinated by sword fights, samurais, ninjas and old Japanese films, Toei Kyoto Studio Park is the perfect place for you.