Part of Japan, but 2000 km away from Tokyo. It's the second largest island of the Yaeyama archipelago.
Taketomi is a small island part of Yaeyama archipelago, known for the carefully restored Ryukyu village.
The Yaeyama Islands are the remotest and most southwestern part of Japan, and are closer to Taiwan than to Japan.
90% of the island is covered in dense jungles and swampy mangroves and is unquestionably one of the few remaining great wildernesses of Japan.
Earlier known as Bombay, the city is a delightful mix of colonial relics and bazaars, poverty and magnates, sky scrapers and slums.
Jaipur is often called the Pink City because of its distinctly colored buildings, which were originally painted this color to imitate the red sandstone architecture of Mughal cities.
A small village in Japan, famous for its traditional buildings called gasshō-zukuri, some of which being 250 years old.
Being one of Japan's newest cities, it lacks traditional architecture and it boasts in modern buildings and beautiful open boulevards, filled with trees.
Nusa Dua is a peninsula in South Bali, a place where the beaches are as white as it gets and the waters are deep, blue and safe for swimming.
Sanur is Bali's oldest upscale resort, but despite the abundance of hotels and restaurants it has a quiet and relaxed feel to it.