Okunoin Temple in Mount Koya is very popular and is visited by many tourists from overseas, so I would now like to introduce 5 things you should know about it before visiting. (The following article contains information on rituals and practices that include components based on Japan’s traditional religions (such …Read More »
Okayama is located between Hiroshima and Hyogo. In Hyogo there is Kobe and Akashi, and in Hiroshima there is Hiroshima City, Miyajima, and Onomichi, which are famous tourist spots, so many people visit there, but Okayama lays in between, and seems to have a kind of dull image. However, the …Read More »
Kagoshima is a prefecture with a relatively large area located on the southernmost tip of the island of Honshu. It is also known by its historical name, “Satsuma.” There are many places with a historical feel in the prefecture. The most well known tourist hot spot is Sakurajima, and many …Read More »
I want people to know more about Kagawa! Here are my three personal favorite little- known hot spots in Kagawa.
As I look out on to the beautiful Seto Inland Sea, I think that the word picturesque perfectly describes Kagawa Prefecture, or the native-born Udon Prefecture as it is known throughout Japan. Kagawa Prefecture’s slogan is “we’re no just the Udon Prefecture.” In order for you to fully enjoy Kagawa …Read More »
As far as sightseeing in Hyogo goes, places like Old Foreign Settlement in Yamate, Chinatown, found directly by Motomachi Station, and the area around Harborland, where you can stroll by the sea, are commonly seen in travel guides. Without a doubt, these places have plenty of things to see, as …Read More »
Starting from Nagoya Castle and Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, Aichi has a lot to offer for tourists. From family-friendly Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens to Minami-Chita Beach Land on the Chita Peninsula, Aichi has so many places to see that it’s hard to visit them all in one go. …Read More »
I want everyone to know! 3 private out-of-the way tourist spots in Nagano. They’re in the local area so I can guide you there.
Nagano has many tourist destinations. There are also a lot of little-known spots unique to the locality that can be found in the wide region. I thought I’d introduce you to private secluded destinations that aren’t so well-known, or rather, spots that should be well-known but no one has been …Read More »
Near Tokyo and encircled by Mount Fuji and the southern alps, you’ll find the Yamanashi prefecture. This time, we’ll be introducing some of the top hidden sightseeing spots in this picturesque area. Spot 1: A delicious fruit-picking experience Yamanashi is the number one producer of grapes and peaches in Japan! …Read More »
When it comes to tourism spots in Ishikawa, isn’t the first thing that comes to people’s minds Kanazawa? Just the immediate area around Kanazawa Station is already full of places to see, from the Kenroku-en Garden that is always at the top of guidebooks, to the Kanazawa Castle and Art …Read More »
Saitama Prefecture is a land rich with popular tourist attractions, but there are also many little-known spots that only the locals can tell you about. We think that if you divide the whole of Saitama into 3 areas and grasp it that way, then you can get a new perspective …Read More »