What you need to know about Typhoon Hagibis, and how it may affect your travel plans in Japan.
Is Japan safe for LGBTQI travelers? What you need to know about local culture, safety and where to find local, queer-friendly locations.
Do you need a visa for Japan? Pasqualina has all the details to save you from being turned around on arrival.
Here’s how to stay safe and avoid getting injured if you're in Japan during an earthquake.
From crime and the Yakuza to drink spiking and pollution, find out how to stay safe in Japan with these tips to know before your trip.
Read these health tips and talk to your doctor about these routine vaccinations before you go to Japan.
What you need to know about toilets, food, trains, nightlife safety and if fugu fish really is dangerous to eat while traveling Japan.
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.
Planning on working in Japan? Sexual assault, low pay, contract violations and intimidation tactics are just some of the things you need to know before you sign that contract.
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?