Japan's Sekiseishoko coral reef, one of the country's largest reefs and popular diving destinations is at least 70 percent dead according to an Environment Ministry survey. It was found out that the corals were bleached due to warm waters.
There is a wide variety of Japanese street foods. The flavors are ranging from mild to very sweet and salty. Japanese festivity is not complete without street foods around.
There are 5 things travelers shouldn't miss out when visiting Japan. The country is just full of places to visit but these 5 things should be on the top each traveler's list.
Enjoy the many festivities, sites, and attractions that Japan can offer this winter! Here are our top 5 things to see and do in Japan during the winter season.
Chinsekikan is a unique museum in Japan that only displays rocks that look like human faces.
The bustling Japanese capital of Tokyo experiences winter, but it's usually just cold (sometimes extremely cold) weather, and very little snowfall. If you're on this side of the world and would like to experience some snow, hot springs, as well as activities like skiing and snowboarding, read on.