And how to win the hunger games in Japan.
Myth and medicine in the Japanese town of Kurokawa.
An unlikely Indian connection at a UNESCO site in Japan.
Temple time, cable car rides, and soaks in sake baths and green tea pools. | By Anjana Vaswani & Kamala Thiagarajan
First blooms are expected around end-March. | By NGT Staff
The high-tech Japanese capital turns to the past for cutting-edge inspiration. | By Elizabeth Woodson
Including a dinosaur receptionist. | By NGT Staff
Japan has officially recognised the perks of gazing at trees since 1982.
The frenetic pace of Tokyo, the kindness of strangers in Kyoto.
The Tessei cleaning crew is a force to be reckoned with. | By NGT Staff