With a population close to 1.5 million, formerly the imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto is now the capital of Kyoto Prefecture and a major part of the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto metropolitan area. Kyoto was the emperor's residence from 794 until 1868.
The capital of Japan houses approximately 35 million people, being an imposing city in which the miracles of new technology blend with the traditions of the Japanese culture.
The "Land of the Rising Sun" is where the past meets the future, and where traditions and the latest modern fashions and trends go hand in hand.
The city of Hiroshima was founded in 1589, and in 1945 it became the first city in history assaulted by nuclear armament when the United States of America dropped an atomic bomb on it.
One of the most enchanting places on Earth, renowned for being a world cultural heritage site, this small island is just one hour outside of Hiroshima.
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.
A small village in Japan, famous for its traditional buildings called gasshō-zukuri, some of which being 250 years old.