Introducing the new “Travel D.C.” for a fresh journey. Delivering to everyone online.

On February 22, 1732, a significant figure was born into this world.

His name was George Washington, hailed as the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and the first President of the United States. He is revered as the Founding Father of America and is beloved by many.

As we commemorate the 290th anniversary of his birth on February 22, 2022, a new chapter of history unfolds in Japan, far away from Washington, D.C.

An exhilarating travel website that takes you on a journey through photos.


In the new “Travel D.C.,” the homepage is adorned with iconic spots of Washington, D.C., covering the entire top section.

Just below the images, you can find updates on the current state of the destination and the latest information about the website.

In addition to the traditional blog format, the image-filled homepage provides quick access to featured articles that compile essential points to know before traveling to Washington, D.C., as well as a gallery page showcasing local attractions, hotels, dining options, and more.

A gallery page reminiscent of travel magazines.


The gallery page, which features local sightseeing information, hotels, and dining recommendations, adopts a card-style layout for each entry.

With a focus on “Staying,” “Sightseeing,” and “Gourmet,” the left half of the page showcases fixed images of the destination, while the content is consolidated on the right side. At the bottom of the content, official websites and related resources are provided.

Furthermore, by clicking the arrows on the left and right of the page, readers can directly access previous and next articles within the same category, creating an experience akin to reading a travel magazine.

Attractions of D.C.

The featured pages adopt a one-column design to focus on the content.



The featured page introducing basic information about Washington, D.C. has eliminated the traditional sidebar.

This allows the content to take center stage and prevents important pre-travel information from being overlooked.

Getting to Know D.C.

Implementing a mega menu for easier discovery of specific content.


When accessing the website on a desktop or large-sized tablet, a navigation menu is displayed at the top of every page. When hovering the mouse cursor over each category, article titles grouped by category along with accompanying images are shown, allowing direct access to the articles without going through the list page.

In the mobile version, a menu bar is also placed in the footer for easy navigation.


Smartphones, which allow internet access from anywhere, are owned by many users and provide a convenient way to enjoy the internet.

In order to make accessing information easy and user-friendly, the new “Travel D.C.” website has implemented a footer menu that provides access to key content at the bottom of the screen. This design makes the website behave more like an app, allowing users to easily navigate and access information.

New Journey Begins with ‘Travel D.C.

With a fresh new look, Travel D.C. has been reborn, and we hope to continue updating alongside all the travelers in the future.

We sincerely hope that our website remains an irreplaceable presence for all travelers visiting Washington, D.C.