This four-minute journey through Japan will leave you stunned and breathless at one of the country’s most beautiful sights.
Unagi Travel is a tour agency that will take your stuffed animal to travel Japan. Plush toys from around the world gather for a vacation in the Far East. Learn about the inspiration behind Sonoe Azuma’s vision and the success behind this new type of vic
Fans of Spirited Away, Totoro, or any other Miyazaki animations must make the trip to the Ghibli Museum. But what can you expect once you get to Studio Ghibli's wonderland?
Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea... which one should you choose?
Harajuku is the center of Kawaii culture in Japan. Check out 5 funky things to do while in Harajuku!
Traveling within Japan can be extremely convenient - but make sure to mind your manners. Izanau presents six quick tips to help you do just this.
If you're a man in Japan who hates Valentine's Day for the lack of chocolate recieved or because you read Marxist manifestos and decided being unattractive is a class issue, join Kakuhido (The Revolutionary Alliance of Men that Women find Unattractive).
What is Hatsumode? Izanau gives you all the tips you need to know about this Japanese new year tradition!
How would you like to have your class reunion on Seibu Railway`s Party train?
Get the quick scoop on Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo 2016! Even if you can’t score a first row seat to the shows, we’ve got you covered on the latest trends!
Step inside the world of fan-made comics called Doujinshi! Part I answers "What is Doujinshi?"
Experience WASPA, the ultimate Japanese spa experience!
Take a coffee break at Espressamente Illy with some delicious food and sweets!
Izanau's Editor-in-Chief schools you in the nocturnal differences between Ginza and Shibuya!
We continue our Ginza-Shibuya series with Part II! (Spoiler: It's mostly just hostesses.)
Izanau counts down the top 3 places for Hatsumode in Tokyo.
Running routes in a crowded city like Tokyo can be hard to find. From the well-known and best spots like Yoyogi Park to the lesser-known loops, make sure to learn about all the caveats beforehand.
Kaiten-zushi chain, Sushiro, ventures into the metropolis of Tokyo!
Winter in Japan is no reason to stay indoors! Celebrate setsubun, spectate the Tokyo Marathon, and visit the Sapporo Snow Festival this February!
The Doll Floating Ceremony is a tradition associated with Hina Matsuri, or Girls' Day in Japan. It is customary to float Japanese hina ningyo (dolls) onto a river to get rid of bad luck for the year.