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.
Kobe is especially known as one of the most beautiful cities in Japan with a western culture finely mixed. Not only Kobe, but there are also many places to visit in Hyogo. Here are 5 things to do there.
Gunma is easily accessible from Tokyo by train, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful landscape of mountains as well as deep forests. Here are 5 things to do in Gunma.
Aomori is located in the far northern part of Honshu of Japan. The prefecture has a lot of beautiful places to visit. Here are 5 things to do in Aomori!
Akita prefecture has its own unique traditional culture, and here are 5 things do in Akita.
Tochigi prefecture is one of the popular tour destinations, which is easily accessible from Tokyo. It takes about 90 minutes by Shinkansen. Here are 5 things to do in Tochigi.
You may wonder if Fukushima is really safe to travel. The answer is yes and no. It is restricted to enter in some areas still; however, there are some other safe areas to enjoy without any worries. Here are 5 things do in Fukushima.