Sanjusangendo was founded in 1164 and is known as the “Temple of 1,000 Buddhas.”
The Fushimi Inari-taisha, with its seemingly endless torii-lined path, is one of the most popular shrines in Japan.
The Coppa Di Tokyo rally, held in late November each year, takes participants on a two-hour loop around the city before returning to an area of Shiodome, Tokyo, known as “Italia City.”
The legendary story of the 47 ronin, known as the Ako incident, represents loyalty, sacrifice and honor and is a national point of pride in Japan.
I’ve had the great opportunity to visit Japan twice in the last five years, first in 2016 and again in 2018 and with the start of the Olympic Games in Tokyo I wanted to revisit those trips.