Everyone says the only time to visit Tsukiji market is 5.30am.
My first time in Kyoto, a couple of years ago, was not wholly successful.
It's true that in some ways, Harajuku is as fickle as the teenage girls that screech over the plastic phone charms dangling from its jam-packed shopfronts and only moves as fast as
For a corner of Japan less worn on the map than the manicured gardens of Nara or the bustling temples of Kyoto, take a trip to Usuki on the east coast of Kyushu.
Aside from budget two-hour flights and ice-cream weather, the major reason why Barcelona has become a darling of holidaymakers is because of its ability to capture the imagination.