This category lists personal travelogues, travel journals, and other sites which contain significant narrative content about trips to Japan.
Tips and tricks to live better in Japan.
Thoughts and stories from a Canadian living in Kobe Japan.
A three week trip starting in the southern city of Kumamoto, visiting 11 different cities finishing in Tokyo. Highlights include the festivals in Kyoto, Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Miyajima, Matsumoto and hot springs in Kyushu.
Three engineers take a two week trip to Japan to see the source of all things electronic (and visit a few friends along the way). Some of the high points include Tokyo, Nikko, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Kyoto, Nara and Toyohashi.
This is the diary kept by the maintainer's grandfather on his visit to Japan from August 6 to September 10, 1923. An idyllic travelogue culminating in the cataclysmic Tokyo Earthquake and Fire.
Mostly pictorial travelogue of a trip to Tokyo and Kyoto. Site is bilingual in English/German.
Report from a birdwatching trip to Japan in early 2002.
English language tanka and haiku sequence from a poetry journey to Japan.
The journey of Aala, a young traveler in Japan. Discover this country with him and learn a lot about its culture and history.
Eric has enlightening experiences in Japan while expounding on the benefits of Open Source and Linux.
Experiences of Brendan Paull living in Japan, specifically cycling, mountain climbing and travelling.
Blog about travel in Japan, focused on Japanese festivals.
Blog about my trip to Japan and other items of general interest regarding Japan and the Japanese culture.
Interesting posts and photos discovered from traveling in Japan.
Perspectives from a Hospital Administration student from Iowa during a summer internship at Kameda Medical Center in Kamogawa City, Japan.
Details one person's six months as an English teacher in Japan. Includes pictures from, among others, Tokyo, Kyoto, Kamakura, Hiroshima and Miyajima.
A blog about how to see Fukuoka through the eyes of a local and the curiosity of a tourist
Collection of photos taken by an American Musician in Japan.
Travel blog about Okinawa
Travelogue for Japan portion of Greg's "BIG 2000 TRIP."
Accounts of various trips to Japan in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2004.
Travel photographs with commentary. Visited many historical sites in Nara Kyoto and Nikko.
Daily journal of a 7000km, 24-day motorcycle trip across Japan in 1999. Includes text and photos covering most regions including Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku.
Travelogue with detailed descriptions and photos of the food (e.g. sushi, okonomiyaki, sukiyaki, natto, shiokara, shirako, ramen, soba, tendon). Places visited: Tokyo, Nikko, Yonezawa, Kyoto.
The Tognazzini's spend two weeks in Japan where they would eat poisonous fish, sleep at mountain inns, and travel the length of Japan's main island, leaving a trail of hundred dollar bills like Hansel and Gretel's trail of bread crumbs.
Daily travel report from Japan with photos and interesting details about the culture
Details of a 1998 trip to the Tokyo area to visit friends and in-laws.
Daily journal and photos from teen's trip to Japan.
Trip guide for Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe
Short travel report concentrating on cultural and other notable topics from the author's perspective.
Stories of travels through Japan, especially Sapporo and Kyoto
Includes flight schedule, travel log and many photographs of Jeremy's trip through Tokyo, Kamakura and Kyoto.
John Greene visits Japan to see seven Phish concerts in 2000.
Text and photos detailing a 2001 trip to Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kyoto, Nara, and Hiroshima.
In October 2000, Joseph Tame decided to take a break from life in the Swiss Alps and travels through Hokkaido, Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Nagoya and Tokyo.
Ric Getter's personal memoir of a two-week trip to Japan, his wife's homeland.
Video documenting the journey of a young American across Japan in search of his lost birthplace.
A travel photo journal from Japan
Leo covers Tokyo, Kamakura, Wadayama, Kinosaki, Himeji, Hattoji, Okayama and Ushimado on his 1998 trip and visits Kanazawa and Kyoto in 2004.
About traveling off the beaten tracks in Japan, including articles on Japanese culture, nature, history, art
Blog of a seasoned traveler. Includes travel notes, trip reports, daily photos, essays about Japanese customs and traditions, facts, trivia and music.
Details of a sumo oriented trip to Japan in 1998. Includes pictures of several top athletes.
Narrative and pictures from David Goldsmiths' trip to Japan in January 2000.
Includes Japan travel diary detailing travel to Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Yamagata, and Saigoku (Kansai).
A visit to Japan in 2001 by the parents of a girl teaching English in Chiba.
Photo-essay's Chronicling Life in Okinawa Japan
Journey report for a 1999 trip to Tokyo and some nearby areas.
Collection of short videos from an English Teacher traveling in various parts of Japan
Travel, history, festivals, socio-political commentaries and stories on cultural activities.
Intrepid traveler, Angus Tin, searches his soul in Hokkaido.
Travel report from a Finn who visited Japan in November 2002 for 14 days. Thoughts, experiences, photographs, tips and links.
This site is dedicated to traveling, hot-springs, sake and food, all in Japan.
Blog about life in one of the world's biggest, most exhilarating cities.
The journal and photos from Tom Goetz and Jana Neighbors' 2001 trip to Japan.
Contains many stories and pictures - each of which can be enlarged and sent as a postcard for free. Links to travel sites.
Details one person's first visit to Japan for two weeks in 1998. Includes a detailed journal and many photos.
Chronicles a student's six-week homestay and attendance of International Christian University's Summer Courses in Japanese.
Japan explained from the inside with a global viewpoint
Details of a one-man backpacking expedition on the island of Yakushima in Kyushu.
A close-up view on living and traveling in Japan provided by a German woman who's been living in Japan since 2008 and travelled to all 47 Japanese prefectures.
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