At the Henn na Hotel, humans are limited to guests only.
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.