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Adam H. Graham

Adam H. Graham

Adam H. Graham is a freelance food and travel journalist and regular contributor to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Condé Nast Traveler, and several other international publications. Born in the US, Adam now lives in Switzerland where he spends a lot of time on trains, birdwatching in the alps, and exploring restaurants and food markets in neighboring Italy and France. He typically spends about two months a year in Asia, often in Japan, but is always looking for ways to continue traveling and lower his carbon footprint.

Tips & News

T+L’s 10 Best Beach Reads of 2021 for Foodies and Travelers

Here’s your summer reading list.

Culture

Why You Should Plan Your Next Trip to Japan Around One of Its 72 Microseasons

Whether it’s when the irises open, the tomatoes are hung, the manatees migrate or the lobsters lose their shells — to everything there is a season. Japan might be the most poetic, but Adam H. Graham finds microseasons enrich your travels everywhere.

Culture

Why We Wish Every Taxi Were an Udon Noodle Taxi

Could it get any more Japanese than driving around to a bunch of delicious noodle joints with a big bowl of fake noodles on your roof?

Shop

We’re dying to get our knives out in Japan

You could say the City of Blades was forged in the fire. Follow us to Gifu Prefecture to handcraft the home cook’s deadliest weapon.

Hotels & Resorts

10/10 Recommend Astrotourism for Post-Pandemic Travel

These days, more travelers are gazing at the skies than taking to them in airplanes. Dark Sky Parks, telescope meetups and bioluminescent zones herald the dawn of Asia’s astrotourism.

Food & Drink

We Went to Japan For A Citrus-Focused Tour

Squeezed into whisky or steeped in a bath— Japanese citrus works its magic on us.

Culture

Japan’s Sado Island Is a Trip Back to the Country’s Golden Age

Off the west coast of Japan, we visit Sado Island seeking an immersion in the nation’s golden age, and discovers a shingle-roofed, pine-ridged, Midcentury time capsule.

Hotels & Resorts

Bella Vista Spa and Marina Hotel Onomichi

From the owners of Setouchi Seaplanes and luxury cruise ship Guntû, this superbly located resort overlooking the Seto Sea regales its guests with the wonders of the great outdoors.

Hotels & Resorts

Marriott Moxy Honmachi, Osaka

Marriott hits a millennial home run with this new 155-room Moxy property, which opened last year. The hotel occupies a former 11-story undergarment warehouse in Osaka’s shabby-chic Honmachi district, minutes away from the station and chock-a-block with izakaya and kushikatsu joints.

Hotels & Resorts

Fufu Kawaguchiko

Opened last autumn, this elegant 32-room newcomer overlooks Lake Kawaguchi in Yamanashi Prefecture, just two hours from Tokyo.

Hotels & Resorts

These 6 Design Hotels Are Millennial-Approved

Low-budget, high-design, next-gen hotels have begun to sweep Asia, an on-trend fit for digital nomads, flashpackers and aesthetes alike.