Japan for all Seasons


By Kate Powell / Holidays With Kids The ultimate year-round destination, in Japan every season offer something new and special for families as Kate Powell discovers... Read More

In gardens of quiet delight


By: Brian Johnston / Sun-Herald Renowned for its temples, Kyoto also has outstanding gardens, writes Brian Johnston... Read More

Six of the Best: Kyoto Temples


By: Brian Johnston / Sydney Morning Herald Japan's ancient capital Kyoto has tens of thousands of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. Here are six of the most atmospheric, writes

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Nectar of the gods


By: Anthony Dennis / Sydney Morning Herald Sake is so revered in Japan it has a shrine dedicated to it, writes Anthony Dennis... Read More

The Hotel Review: Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto


By: Anthony Dennis / Sydney Morning Herald The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto, self-styled asJapan’s first‘luxury urban resort’, is one of the former ancient Japanese capital’s ritzi

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Going loco


By: Anthony Dennis / Sun-Herald Train travel in Japan is an ingrained part of the culture to which the new Kyoto Railway Museum pays tribute, writes Anthony Dennis... Read More

Six of the Best: Kyoto Stays


By: Anthony Dennis / Sydney Morning Herald Six of the Best: Kyoto Stays. Even though ryokans are still governed by rules uncommon to other forms of accommodation,... Read More

Made in Japan


By: Susan Kurosawa  / The Weekend Australian

On the traditional artisan trail in Kyoto. Shoes off, provided slippers on, we

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Oh, for heaven’s soak


By: Daniel Scott / The Sun-Herald – Traveller

Japan’s rituals are never more evident than in the onsen or the ryokan, writes Daniel Scott. It’s

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Kyoto Insider’s Guide Part 3- How to Enjoy Your Stay at a Kyoto Ryokan


By : Visit Kyoto

Kyoto City has released Part 3 of the Kyoto Insider's Guide. Each Guide offers visitors handy tip

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