The latest travel alerts and warnings for Japan. What's happening and are you covered for it?
Is Japan safe for LGBTQI travellers? What you need to know about local culture, safety and where to find local, queer-friendly locations.
Whether you're planning on a short stay or a gap year, make sure you have the right visa for your stay. Get the details for what you need with our guide to visas in Japan, so you can get back to planning your trip!
In Japan, earthquakes can happen without warning, and can be dangerous. Here’s how to stay safe, get early warning and avoid getting injured.
Japan is often referred to as one of the safest countries in the world. However, like anywhere, it still has its own problems. Our local insider shares 3 things travellers should be aware of.
Heading to Japan? Before you go, make sure you read these health tips and talk to your doctor about these routine vaccinations.
For the most part, Japan is a very clean, very safe country. But that doesn't mean it's not a little bit weird. What do we mean? Read on. Plus we'll reveal the thing that the Japanese consider the most disgusting and filthy object in the universe.
Find out how much danger travelers really face from the radiation at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, and if Tokyo is a safe distance.
The Japan earthquake has affected many of us at World Nomads very personally. Some of us have family and friends in the quake zone and it's hard to get news about them. Many of you may be sharing this experience..... or worse. Our thoughts are with you.
As slithery as the habu snake are some shady Japanese employers, both travellers and government departments say. There are reports of misrepresentation of work opportunities by both Japanese companies and U.S. businesses with branches in Japan.
Japan is a loud, chaotic place. One recent American traveler described Tokyo, one of the largest cities in the world, as "too much" because of it's sensory overload in terms of sounds and flashing lights and colors. So what should you expect?