Ehime is located in Shikoku, the smallest of 4 main islands in Japan but it sure packs a punch with its awe-inspiring attractions and hearty cuisine! Here are 5 things you must do in Ehime.
The spectacular landscape of Biei will attract even the eyes of the toughest tourists.
Aichi prefecture is not only famous for Nagoya city but also a wonderful mixture of tradition and modern life.
The mountainous Yamagata prefecture will satisfy all mountain and skiing lovers!Yamagata is one of the Tohoku areas where the mountains like Zao and Mt. Chokaisan stand beautifully. Here are 5 things to do in the mountain wonderland of Yamagata prefecture.
Tokushima is located in Shikoku island, which was historically called “Awa” and is still famous for its unique traditional dance. Here are 5 things to do in Tokushima.
Wakayama is located at the southern part of Kansai area where the climate is somewhat warm, which is enjoyable to visit the ocean side. Also, Wakayama prefecture is blessed with the blue ocean and an interesting tradition. Here're 5 things to do in Wakayama.
Shimane prefecture is located in Chugoku region and is blessed with a unique history as well as a wonderful nature.
Saitama is right next to Tokyo and very easy to access by train. Here are 5 things to do in Saitama.
There is one of the most important shrine called "Ise Shrine 伊勢神宮" in Mie. Also Mie is a hometown of Iga-ryu Ninja 伊賀流忍者. You will be able to learn the history of Ninja.
Ibaraki is one of Kanto regions which is close to and easily accessible from Tokyo. Here are 5 things to do in Ibaraki.