There’s so much you can do in Kyoto and Osaka. But if you’re staying long enough, then you may want to spend a few of those days making day trips. Listed in this article are 16 of the best day trips you can make from Kyoto or Osaka.
Before my first visit to Hiroshima, I associated the city with three things – the Peace Memorial Museum, okonomiyaki, and oysters. As expected, okonomiyaki and oysters were two of the best experiences I had in Hiroshima while the Peace Memorial Museum was the most impactful.
Osaka is known for having some of the best food in Japan and it offers plenty to do for first-time visitors. Whether you’re staying for three days or a week, you won’t run out of fun and interesting things to do in Osaka.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Takayama. It’s a small city compared to Tokyo and Osaka but it’s a destination that oozes with character. When you’re in Takayama, you’ll feel like you’re in old Japan.
With delicious dishes like Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, anago meshi, and the juiciest and plumpest oysters tempting you at every turn, it isn’t hard to see why Hiroshima is a favorite food destination for many Japanese.
As much as we love Fukuoka’s food, there’s more to do in this city than fill your belly. If you’re visiting Fukuoka for the first time, then listed in this article are eight of the best things you can do in Kyushu’s biggest city.
I went on a food tour in Kyoto and according to my guide, when Japanese people travel for food, they usually go to one of three cities – Nagoya, Hiroshima, and Fukuoka. This was surprising to me because I had always assumed it would be Osaka or Tokyo, not a less visited city like Fukuoka.
Because of the global pandemic, travel to Japan has been severely limited. In response, Magical Trip has launched a new line of tours that aims to give people a virtual taste of Japan.
Tokyo is one of the most exciting cities not just in Japan, but in the world. It is an absolutely massive metropolis with a never-ending list of fun and interesting things to do.
If you’re visiting Tokyo for the first time and want to truly experience the city, then this 5-day Tokyo itinerary will be helpful to you. It’s a realistic itinerary that features all the best places to visit for first-time travelers to Tokyo.