Photography Guides and Trips in JapanBelow are popular Photography guides and trips in Japan that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Gion. The gem of Kyoto.
The Vermilion Torii of Fushimi-Inari
Wild fashion, wild shopping: a close-up on the over-the-top fashion culture of Japan!
From the world's most active seafood market to famous shopping and entertainment
Aoyama is Tokyo's central shopping neighborhood for high fashion.
Also known as Shirasagijo - the White Heron Castle.
A scenic walk along a cherry-tree-lined canal connecting three of Kyoto's great temples
Tour the royal family residence and grounds, as well as museums, a national war shrine and more.
There are some 148 Castles spread around Japan, with about 22 in the Kansai Region.
Number-five of the fifty most visited sights in Kyoto, Japan.
Wakayama,and the "Siege of Negoroji".
Togetsukyo Bridge, Horinji Temple, Hogonin Garden, Tenryuji Temple, Bamboo Road, Nonomiya Shrine
Kiyomizu Temple, Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka, Kodai-ji Temple, Yasaka Shrine, Maruyama Park, Chion-in Temple
Horyu-ji Temple - the Birthplace and Home of Buddhism in Japan.
A Mountain Retreat.
Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion), Philosopher's Path, Kiyomizudera
There are some 148 Castles spread throughout Japan, with about 22 in the Kansai Region.
Uji, and the odour of roasting Tea.
"Nihonshu" - Japanese Sake
Renowned for its temples, shrines and vibrant geisha culture, Kyoto grows more cautiously than future-focused Tokyo.