Gasshōnoyado Shōshichi: A Thatched Farmhouse Inn in the Gokayama Hamlet of Ainokura.
World Heritage in Japan. Tomioka Silk Mill and Related Sites, Tomioka City, Isezaki City, Fujioka City and Shimonita Town, Gunma Prefecture.
World Heritage Kasuga Grand Shrine. The Divine Protector of Ancient Nara.
Himeji Castle: The White Heron Castle (Himeji City, Hyōgo Prefecture)
Japan’s Significant Landscapes Sakitsu, Village of the Hidden Christians
Japan World Heritage ー Shirakami Sanchi: The World’s Largest Virgin Beech Forest
Japan World Heritage: Itsukushima Shrine – the Elegance and Splendour of a Heian Period Masterpiece
Newly Registered UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of the World Japan’s “Raihō-shin: Ritual Visits of Deities in Masks and Costumes”
Manabi Japan Magazine, Issue 1: Nikkō National Park
Art and Design
The Japanese House: The Basic Elements of Traditional Japanese Residential Architecture.
Is it true that Japanese dog breeds are genetically closer to the wolf than any other breeds? Manabi Japan visited Azabu University’s Professor Takefumi Kikusui to unravel the mystery surrounding the origin of Japan’s iconic canines.
Welcome to the World of Yōkai. The Yumoto Kōichi Collection Part 1: Night Parade of One Hundred Demons
The Elegant World of Japanese Etiquette, Part 1: Chopstick Etiquette – Dining with Decorum
The Japanese House. Nambu Magariya, Iwate Prefecture. Where farming families once shared their houses with their precious horses.