Eshima Ohashi Bridge

Eshima Ohashi Bridge

Whoah, it looks like we’re going straight up a mountain here! Meet the Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan, a bridge who has the adorable nickname ‘rollercoaster bridge’ in England and America. And if I look at it I can only agree with them.  Credit: mstk 

Animal lollipops that are pieces of art

Animal lollipops that are pieces of art

Have you ever seen candy that was too beautiful to eat? Hmm, I sure hadn’t before I saw the pieces of art Shinri Tezuka makes. These lollipops are just so amazing you would display them in a museum or something rather than eating them. Credit: Shinri 

Zauo restaurant – a real fishing restaurant!

Zauo restaurant – a real fishing restaurant!

If I go to Japan, I want to taste the most delicious sushi ever! Not like the convenience stuff I have at home. Ever thought like that? Can’t blame you, I’m the same. But the sushi at this restaurant is so fresh, it’s still alive 

Cat conductor Japan

Cat conductor Japan

Only in Japan: a cat as a train conductor! By now I shouldn’t be surprised anymore about all the crazy stuff that happens in Japan, but a cat conductor (or station master as her official title says) was something new.  Credit: WeLoveTamaChannel Tama started out as 

Batman symbol Japan

Batman symbol Japan

Whoah, we found the batcave! Finally after all those years we know where our black winged hero with awesome ride resides… Okay, not, but who on earth lives here then? Try the US Air Force, who have this base in Okinawa, Japan. Credit: GoogleMaps Batman 

Narita airport running tracks!

Narita airport running tracks!

The Narita airport running track? Ehm… come again? There I go again with the ‘only in Japan’-stuff, but it’s true. This airport seems to know exactly how you feel when you’re running to catch a flight: they’ve built a running track within the terminal!  Credits: 

Rabbit Island

Rabbit Island

When you visit Japan you can’t not go to one of the bizarre ‘animal-attractions’ they have there. And with bizarre I mean things like a fox village, capybara hot springs or a cat island. However, one of the most famous ‘animal-attractions’ is bunny island, also called 

Capybara hot springs Japan

Capybara hot springs Japan

Maybe you’ve heard of the fox village and the bunny and cat islands, but did you also know the biggest rodent in the world likes to hang around in hot springs in Japan? The capybara as the rodent is called likes the hot water in 

Fox village Japan

Fox village Japan

Okay, I had heard of the amazing cat island and the cute bunny and deer villages (yes, more on those later on), but the mysterious fox village was new to me. A village with different kinds of foxes, how cool is that!  Credit: handai-fox The village 

Hachiko statue at Shibuya station

Hachiko statue at Shibuya station

If you’re interested in Japan, you might have heard of their most famous dog in history, Hachiko at Shibuya Station. This akita’s loyalty and devotion to it’s master has been the inspiration for many and his story has touched the hearts of the people of