Japan

Japan

Japan

Many travelers canceled trips to Japan in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated part of the country in March. But nearly a year later, Japan's famed cities, temples, museums and bullet trains are up and running as smoothly as ever, and radiation levels are well within safe limits (with the exception of a 20-kilometer area surrounding the beleaguered Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant). If you've been waiting for Japan to recover before you visit, it's time to pack your bags. See our Tokyo Travel Guide and After the Quake: Return to Fukushima for more information.