3 Reasons Japan is Great for Accessible Travel
Japan holds a great secret: it is very kind to those with mobility issues. In fact, it can be surprisingly accessible to seniors and those with disabilities. Find out how!
Oita International Wheelchair Marathon
Held in the welcoming city of Oita in Kyushu, this thrilling race attracts top-level athletes from across the world.
How to Travel to Mount Fuji from Kansai
We'll help you find your way to Mount Fuji this hiking season, even if you coming all the way from the Kansai region.
A Leg-Powered Wheelchair?!
Developed in Sendai, the Profhand wheelchair uses neuromodulation technology to allow people with partial mobility to move the device with their legs, increasing strength and helping stave off immobility.
Japan Campaigns to Tout its High-Tech Toilets
Japan to use a campaign on its high-tech toilets as a means of attracting tourists.
Improving Accessibility for Paralympics
With less than eight months to go until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, groups and individuals are trying to improve accessibility in the capital.
Musical Wheelchairs Take the Stage in Tokyo
Yamaha Motorcycles and Yamaha Instruments are coming together to bring a whole new meaning to musical chairs.
Japan's Accessible Toilets Second to None
These expansive spaces give you plenty of room to move, even in a wheelchair.
Uber Eats Starts Medication Delivery Trials
Convenience store chain giant Lawson is teaming up with Uber Eats to deliver medication to those who need it.
Racing to the Future: Accessibility in Japan
As Japan gears up for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games, government agencies look to Kyushu's Oita Prefecture as an innovator and model of accessibility and barrier-free tourism.