If you’ve got time to explore Japan, make sure you see these five great cities.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Japan without seeing Tokyo, the sprawling capital city. It’s home to many great attractions and also offers amazing shopping and nightlife. You could easily spend a week here, but take a few days and you’ll be able to soak up the highlights.
Japan’s third-biggest city used to be the capital, and remains an important commercial center. It’s also known for its foodie culture, nicknamed Tenka no Daidokoro, or the nation’s kitchen.
A city scarred by the atom bomb dropped in 1945, Hiroshima has a fascinating history. Visit the spellbinding memorial site and then explore the vibrant culinary scene, which has flourished in recent years.
This mountain city is found in the Japanese Alps, and offers a taste of traditional life. There are loads of gardens, castles, temples and shrines to explore, not to mention amazing views.
A port city squeezed between the sea and a mountain range, Kobe is a beautiful place to spend a few days. It’s also home to delicious Kobe beef, a premium meat known for its tenderness.
For all Below Deck fans wishing to experience the luxury lifestyle of a charter guest but who cannot afford the price tag, look no further: The Yacht Week will have you and your friends sunbathing on crystal-clear water for half the price.
The Guild House Hotel, a boutique hotel in the heart of Philadelphia, announced it officially launched its online booking platform in anticipation of its June 6 opening date. The Guild House Hotel will be housed in a historic landmark, The New Century Guild, previously used as a hub for education, entertainment and activism in the early 20thcentury.
Come one, come all to Washington, D.C., for an Instagramable foodie paradise. Each district of the city has a plethora of trendy restaurants to choose from, making it hard to decide where to grab a bite to eat. Grab your camera, put on portrait mode and snap some photos at these must-see spots.