Nasu lies at the foot of the expansive Nasu mountain range, is home to the Imperial villa (Nasu Goyotei), and is one of the most famous onsen and resort area
The holy mountains, the blue shining seas of the southern area, a clear water stream and numerous amazing rocks of nature. Such abundant nature here became t
In Tochigi prefecture’s Northwestern bureau, Nantaisan, Nyohosan mountains, or Nikko mountain range, all of these many mountains are sacred this is how Nikko
Mt. Fuji is the iconic peak of Japan. It is the highest mountain, reaching a whopping 3,776 meters, and holds a sacred place in the culture as well as being
Lake Biwa, the largest freshwater lake in Japan, can be found in Central-West Honshu, the main island of Japan. Covering one sixth the area of Shiga prefectu
Izu Peninsula is located on the eastern coast of Shizuoka prefecture and covers a stretch of 50km southward. There is a low mountain range that covers the gr
Aomori is located in the northern most area of mainland Japan, and can be distinguished by its deep blue bay and two peninsulas, Mutsu Bay with Shimokita sit
Hakuba is the north-east region in Nagano located at the foot of the North Alps. It is in a basin enveloped by ravines and vast mountain ranges.
Aizu is located in the southwestern region of Fukushima. Noted as the gateway of Southern Tohoku, it is blessed with fertile mountains and beautiful waters.
Kinosaki Onsen is located in Hyogo prefecture on the Sea of Japan coast. It is seeped in more than 1,300 years of history and is a well known hot spring town
Shinetsu Shizenkyo encompasses the area within a 20km radius of Iiyama Station and comprises of 9 cities, towns, and villages in Nagano and Niigata. The area