Nipponbashi Street Festa is every Otaku’s dream of cosplay and anime, a colourful festival featuring cosplayers, robot performances, live music and much more.
It snows in the city of Kyoto several times each winter, If you’re lucky enough to be in town when It snows for the magical transformation of snowy Kyoto.
Keitakuen is hidden Japanese garden in Osaka. The landscaping is both calming and majestic at the same time. You can extend your visit to Tennouji Park
The Geisha and Maiko are the successors of the beauty of Kyoto. They entertain guests with Japanese traditional performances. You may see them in Gion, Kyoto.
Japan is also famous for autumn colour. the best viewing spots for maple leaves with historical site in Kansai area including famous spots to hidden spots.
Tanukidani Fudo-in is certainly be a temple that kids would enjoy. There are 250 steps to be counted, and tanuki to help you to keep count of the steps!
Kyoto has a number of public gardens and other green spaces affording visitors to relax, picnic, jog, stroll and to catch Rare Pokémon.
The first manga museum in Japan, the Kyoto International Manga Museum has 300,000 items. In the “Manga Expo” section, you can read translated popular manga.
This area is a good place to wander around. Enko-ji. Shisen-do, Manshu-in and the Kitashirakawa area have an appealing, faded, past their prime atmosphere.
Osaka,the second biggest city in Japan, is dotted with greenery and parks, you can escape into. Osaka’s parks are beautiful all year round. Pokemon is hanging around parks.