Toyama

Discover and Explore What Toyama, Japan Has to Offer with This New Free App!

Toyama (富山) is a prefecture located along the seacoast of Japan. It is surrounded by splendid nature and blessed with sublime scenery and tasty food. Part of the prefecture includes the spectacular Northern Japan Alps (北アルプス), which can be experienced along Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route (立山黒部アルペンルート). Since many tourists come to visit the place, a…

Take a Hike On Mount Shirouma, One of the Most Popular Climbs in Japan!

At the top of most Japanese hikers’ ‘must-climb’ list is Mt. Shirouma, the highest peak in the Hakuba section of the Kita Alps. The mountain lies in Nagano Prefecture and Toyama Prefecture. Being the 26th tallest mountain in Japan, Mt. Shirouma stands at a respectable height of 2,932 meters. Its beautiful landscape with natural surroundings…

3 Cool Vending Machines Not to Miss When Traveling Through Haneda Airport!

We all know that Japan is a cool country with plenty of innovative technology being used everywhere. And one of the most noticeable things in Japan is the large variety of vending machines available in almost every street corner! From cool to some of the weirdest items you can think of, Japan has created a…

The 7 Wonders of Japanese Spring

Spring Beauty Spring is nearly over and we can feel Mr. Summer’s scorching hotness. If you have missed spring you better book a flight for next year’s spring season and never miss these seven wonders of spring in Japan. 1.Cherry Blossoms earthporm.com/ Even the locals can’t get enough of Cherry Blossoms. The tree only blooms…

4 Glowing Miracles in Japanese Nature at Night

Japan is known for its numerous temples and castles, it is also famous for its innovations, eclectic fashion and superb cuisine. But if you take a look at these glowing nighttime miracles, the country’s other features get pale in contrast. 1. Firefly Squid – Toyoma, Japan duskyswondersite.com/ The firefly squid, also known as ‘hotaru-ika’ by…

3 best Free Natural Onsens

Where to find an onsen When you think about Japanese winter, what do you imagine? Winter in Japan can be quite freezing, especially in the northern regions. So how to protect your body from the cold weather and how to warm up? Japanese people have a habit of taking a bath daily. And especially in…