H.I.S. has found its robot-staffed minimalist hotels successful enough to order up another batch.
Lisa Day concludes her series on journeying the Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage in Japan, ending in Hongu Taisha.
Lisa Day presents the first in a two part series on hiking and experience the Kumano Koda, a pilgrimage trail in Japan.
The two airlines will extend each other's networks between the two archipelagoes.
Sunflower Ferry offers simple accommodations and low fares on three Kyushu routes; overnight sailing beats the train on price and arrival time.
In a joint venture, a cat rescue organization and a suburban railroad join forces to run a one-day cat cafe on rails, hoping to increase adoptions.
Tokyo is trying out an app that lets passengers order a cab and lock in the rate shown in the app.
Tokyo creates a series of 3-day itineraries to help visitors enjoy some of the less-known and visited regions, some of which are recovering from disasters.
A good view of Mount Fuji is not a guarantee for visitors to Japan, but SeeSaw was able to make several great images.
A new app finds a cafe, restaurant or bar that will hold your baggage while you tour the town.
Changing times, changing ideas. In Japan, a prison and internet cafes are morphing into vacation lodging.
For Pokemon fans, Japan's Pokemon with You train is ramping up its summer schedule, along with other activities.
SeeSaw takes us to a Tokyo cafe where cats are honored guests as humans stop for a relaxing moment after a hectic day.
A new 10-car train takes 34 passengers on a luxury cruise to some of Japan's beauty spots in incredible luxury.
An interest in traditional culture and Buddhism opens new opportunities, but raises questions.