Welcome to a Canadian ghost town in the heart of Hokkaido. Formerly a theme park reproducing the fictional village of Avonlea, Anne of Green Gables has long gone.
Follow the Senbon-Torii path through the red gates to meet the foxes and the goddess Inari ...
At the foot of Mount Aso stands a small shrine with a mystical atmosphere, lost in the middle of a cypress forest. Take the path with stone torii gates and discover this timeless place.
The stars of this floral park? Wisteria of all colours on over 9 hectares: a magical spectacle not to be missed!
This traditional township in the heart of Gifu prefecture comes alive every spring for the hadaka matsuri festival ...
The charming village of Yokaichi, in the countryside of Shikoku island, takes you back to the Meiji era. Its beautiful wooden houses are worth a lingering look.
Terunobu Fujimori is an architect and historian of architecture. He began his building career relatively late, in his early forties. Before that, he had forged a solid reputation as an academic.
The village of Asuka, in the Takaichi district of Nara prefecture, is famous for its mysterious stones.
A miraculous survivor of the 2011 earthquake, the blossom of the thousand-year-old cherry tree attracts more than 300,000 visitors every year!
This 1,300-year-old Buddhist temple lights up with beauty when spring comes. Its flowering azalea groves display the most beautiful colours.
Ikeshima is the fallback island for explorers disappointed not to have visited Gunkanjima. But despite the shadow of its neighbour, this is a great island!
Mad jaunt to the abandoned art warehouse of a real-estate magnate overtaken by greed.
This pristine white path not far from Wakkanai is a popular destination. Let’s discover an unusual landscape.
Gluck Kingdom is a theme park based on the Grimm Brothers’ fairytales. Opened 1 July 1989 in the small Hokkaido town of Obihiro, it closed its doors in 2007.
It’s 300 kilometres from Tokyo, but that's where I meet up with my pal Martin for new adventures ... on a deserted island, in a forgotten hotel ...
Abandoned in 1974, the Battleship Island (Gunkanjima) turned into the Ghost Island and soon became one of the most famous spot for urban exploration.
While I was driving around in Nagano, I noticed a huge parabolic antenna lost in the middle of the mountains.
Does that ever feel strange to you to think that the only way to the hotel is through the cable car?
New Zealand Village is a place that is only suitable for a perfect weather, with nice breeze and a relaxed heart.
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