Nikko, a small town about 2 hours north of Tokyo Japan, has a number of cultural world heritage sites, with Nikko Toshogu being the most… Continue Reading Visiting Nikko in a Wheelchair
When you think of ancient or medieval locations in Japan, I’m sure everyone thinks of Kyoto. Some people who have done their research will maybe… Continue Reading Visit Edo Japan, in under one hour from Tokyo
In order to maintain the charm of the ancient capital, Kyoto has many rules about building height and appearance. Even convenience stores have more subdued… Continue Reading Is Kyoto Tower Accessible? Mostly!
Accessible Japan is extremely proud of the part we played in this guidebook’s creation. ——— Disabled people travel. It’s not really surprising: as with just… Continue Reading Lonely Planet Releases Multilanguage Accessible Travel Phrasebook
We have shared on the Accessible Japan website about the incredible escalators in Japan that can carry wheelchairs: https://www.accessible-japan.com/no-elevator-no-problem/ We even made a video: But… Continue Reading Accessible Escalator in Japan?!
Japan has turned cherry blossom viewing, or hanami, into both an art and an event. Here are some tips for people with disabilities interested in… Continue Reading Seeing Japan’s Cherry Blossoms in a Wheelchair