Tohoku is Japan’s under-traveled jewel. Here, the harsh winter season gives life to the snow-monsters of Mount Zao and the slopes of Aomori.
Four hundred years of myth, superstition, bloodshed, and glory reverberate through the 83 buildings of this hilltop fortress. This is Himeji Castle.
There’s a lot of history packed into the Yoshida Sanso ryokan in Kyoto, the pick for travelers wanting to abandon the modern world without losing the creature comforts.
Twelve islands and two cities participate in the Setouchi Triennale, with installations, museums, and works that will come to define contemporary art, and now travelers can experience it from their private ship with Seto Yacht Charter.
Jordan Hammond takes his camera through the Lands of the Rising sun to shoot sakura from Tokyo to Osaka, visiting castles, waterfalls, and modern city streets in cherry blossom season.
Japan readies for its third Aman destination with Aman Kyoto. Found a short walk from the Golden Pavilion, this resort was two decades in the making.
Learn how to make a luxurious cherry blossom holiday in Travelogues’ first digital issue of 2019, along with tales of supercars in Dubai, the Wakhan Valley, diving in PNG, and black magic in Kyoto.
The Noto Peninsula was once so isolated people were banished to it; today, it is an off-the-tourist-trail gem with astonishing ryokans, unbeatable cycling, and country-side hospitality.
It’s never too early to start thinking about how you want to see the Setouchi Triennale; luxury travelers who want the best will start looking as soon as possible for this exceptional art extravaganza.
For travelers who want to see the Summer Games in Tokyo in luxury, Remote Lands has a plan. Travelogues speaks with Remote Lands CEO and co-founder Catherine Heald to learn more.