A journey to some of Japan's greatest wonders.
Kintsugi, Japan’s ancient art of repairing broken pottery, is in contrast to Western values of perfection.
Most of the world has abandoned the ancient abacus. But in Japan, it is still thriving.
The surprising history of the classic Hiroshima dish full of lavish toppings.
Japan celebrates the millions of gods in Japan’s indigenous religion, Shinto.
The expansive park-like garden of Kenroku-en is Japan’s perfectly imperfect version of nature.
Forest bathing is a popular activity for the urbanised and stressed Japanese becoming cut off from nature.
Iconic Japanese freedivers carry on a tradition dating back over a thousand years.