Tokyo to the Kumano Kodo. The Kumano Kodo back to Tokyo
The Kumano Kodo, a pilgrimage trail across Japan's largest peninsular, is made up of shrines, temples, deities and mountain gods.
Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market is a exhilarating place to watch how this seeming 'den of iniquity' with its labyrinthine alleyways, uneven cobbled floor and gaffer-taped air-conditioning pipes pulses with working life.
The pretty town of Kamakura, south-west of Tokyo, packed with shrines and temples. It's famous for Kotoku-in Temple’s Great Buddha.
Miscellaneous scenes of Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama, Japan
I have never figured out why the Japanese, who love golf and are fond of cute miniature things, don't play more mini golf. There seems barely a course in in the whole land – except we found one in Yokohama!