Aomori is a famous tourist spot, known throughout Japan for its delicious apples, the Tsugaru Straits, and more. On the other hand, just like other prefectures, Aomori has many spots that are off the beaten path- charming locations that are not well-known throughout the land. 1. Kabushima, in Hachinohe city, …Read More »
Popular with foreign tourists! Five points you should definitely know about before climbing Mt. Fuji.
Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan that has been recognized as a World Heritage Site, has now become a spot that is visited by many foreign tourists. However, you must prepare if you are going to climb it. Here we introduce five points that you should definitely know about before …Read More »
For international tourists, Mount Fuji will be one of the first things that comes to mind when picturing Japan. But, what about those who’ve never had a proper look at it? That’s why we’re introducing 5 locations in Japan that have stunning views of Mount Fuji, which international tourists should …Read More »
Whenever you ask someone about “Okinawa”, as long as the person is a Japanese, he or she will probably imagine the clear blue sea. However, the charm of Okinawa is not just the sea! Here, we will introduce to you 5 reasons why you should visit Okinawa, the hot spot …Read More »
Tips for foreigners! 5 Autumn Leaves Spots From All Over the Country You Must Absolutely Visit If you Come To Japan
Japanese autumn leaves have become really popular among foreigners these days! Here is a selection of 5 autumn leaves spots from all over the country recommended for foreigners who are interested in them. ①：Kyoto’s Shrines and Temples As everyone knows, Kyoto is a very famous tourist destination. The whole city …Read More »
Japanese love cherry blossoms. Today I will tell you about the best of flower-watching spots I have actually visited and want you to see. I have included spots where not only can you see beautiful cherry blossoms but also you can savor Japan’s representative mood. 1. Hirosaki Castle The first …Read More »