54 Fun Things to Do in Japan!
Japan is filled with quirky and fun bucket-list-worthy things to do, with countless sights, shrines, parks, gardens, restaurants, museums and neighborhoods to explore. Here are the 54 fun things to do in Japan!
A 13-Point Guide to Japanese Alcohol
Walk through 13 of the most fundamental types of alcohol in Japan. You know what's at the top of the list—but do you know the other 12?
Goodness Gracious! Great Balls of Sake!
This revolutionary ice bomb is filled with flavor and excitement.
Fists of Absinthe Coming to TBS Digital
Absinthe, sneakers, swords, ninjas, and a whole lot of intentionally over-descriptive subtitles. Think Quentin Tarantino, minus the blood and F-bombs.
Suntory & Nikka: 6 Whiskys to Die For
Forget Scotland—Japan is now home to the best whisky brewers.
Heavenly Sake from Hokuriku
The Hokuriku region is home to many breweries famous for producing splendid sake. Let's take a look at some well-known Hokuriku sake we're sure you'll want to try!
3 Top-Notch Plum Wines
For those with more of a sweet tooth when it comes to alcohol, plum wine is the liquor that can't be beat!
8 Unique Rules of Japanese Public Spaces
While breaking these rules won’t send you to jail, you should know what behavior to avoid before bringing it to Japan.
All-You-Can-Eat Fried Chicken for ¥100!
This fried chicken bargain is quite the steal!
A Non-Drinker's Take on Japan's Drink Culture
As a (mostly) non-drinker, The Japan Guy has a pretty good memory of what happened at the 'izakaya' last night. Here's his take on the whole affair.
Step into a Japanese Classroom at This Izakaya
With themed rooms and waiters who act as teachers and nurses, you’ll never want to leave elementary school again!
What to Expect at a Japanese Baseball Game
Professional baseball has deeply rooted popularity in Japan, with fans keen to cheer their favorite team's unique fight song. It's an experience not to be missed!
Seat Orientation May Improve Station Safety
JR West has uncovered a simple solution for reducing the number of drunken customers falling onto its train tracks.
Better Know Your Shochu
Learn more about the history, varieties and drinking customs of one of the most typical Japanese alcoholic beverages.
Train & Station Transform into Temporary Pub
Love beer? Love trains? Here’s your chance to combine the two for four special nights!
The Dinosaur Kingdom in front of Fukui Station
The West Exit of Fukui Station is home to the Dinosaur Plaza, where life-sized dinosaur replicas await every visitor.
Japanese Alcohol: From Hokkaido to Okinawa
There are more than 1,800 sake breweries and shochu distilleries in Japan. Highlighting Japan has profiled nine leading representatives from Hokkado to Okinawa.
Don't Know Sake? Welcome to Sake School!
Take a short, comprehensive tour of how sake is made, what it's about, and how to thoroughly enjoy this Japanese traditional treasure!
Get into Seasonal Sake
There are roughly 2,000 breweries in Japan all producing their own unique form of sake—including seasonal, limited-edition products.
This Trendy Way to Try Sake Is the Bomb!
Spend enough time on an American college campus and you'll surely come across a sake bomb. So why is it relatively unknown in Japan?