Kanagawa Prefecture

A Guide to Tokyo’s Many Baseball Teams

Mar 28, 2023 By Michael Stigall

It is hard to describe how popular baseball is in Japan. With the recent win at the World Baseball Classic over the USA, nobody can deny that Japanese baseball is...[ Click to read more ]

Skiing in Tokyo: Day and Weekend Trips!

Dec 19, 2022 By Jason Gatewood

Most Japanese say being able to enjoy all four seasons outdoors makes Japan unique. The tourist records set over are in agreement with that statement for sure. Here in Tokyo,...[ Click to read more ]

A Guide to Onsen and Super Sento in and around Tokyo

Sep 28, 2022 By Michael Stigall

The onsen is one thing that immediately comes to mind when one thinks of Japan, and it's no mystery why. In addition to appearing in most tourism-related media, they are...[ Click to read more ]

Let’s Tour: Kamakura

Oct 19, 2021 By Jason Gatewood

Despite being one of the most densely populated parts of the world, containing the capital city and Japan's most significant urban area, Greater Tokyo is historically newer than many places...[ Click to read more ]

Romancing the rails at Odakyu’s Romancecar Museum

Apr 25, 2021 By Jason Gatewood

It's an open secret that one of the reasons I enjoy living in Japan is that public transportation is held in high regard and promoted by the people as a...[ Click to read more ]

Explore Japan’s Most Interesting – and Strange – Museums

Feb 26, 2021 By Bert Wishart

Whether it is to pass the time on your own, a destination for a first date, a way to entertain the kids, or to satisfy a burning thirst for knowledge,...[ Click to read more ]

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Winter Illumination in Tokyo 2020

Nov 26, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

Christmas Day in Japan is just another working day for the most part.  The most interesting facet of the Christmas and holiday season in Japan is that all traces of...[ Click to read more ]

Shonan’s local cuisine is literally “a little fishy”

Aug 31, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

The Shonan area is synonymous with “laidback beach culture,” so it is safe to assume the local fare is geared towards enjoying time by the sea with friends and taking...[ Click to read more ]

Paragliding Tours in Kanagawa’s Shonan

Aug 31, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

What’s the best way to practice social distance while still doing something thrilling and being able to see the world from a new perspective at the same time? If you’re...[ Click to read more ]

Let’s Tour: Shonan Beach Cities of Kanagawa

Aug 31, 2020 By Jason Gatewood

Located south and west of Yokohama, the Shonan region of Kanagawa Prefecture is known for beaches along Sagami Bay and a "laidback lifestyle" seen in other seaside places like Southern...[ Click to read more ]