Here we present 15 things to do in the rural area above Tokyo known as Chiba. From spectacular mountains, beautiful temples, Disneyland and more. Chiba has a magic to it, few other prefectures have.
So, what about those like me who choose to stay in Japan despite the seeming adversity? Why have we been here for so long and why will we continue here?
For as long as I can remember, Japan has, rightfully I believe, laid claim to being one of the safest and most secure countries in the world. Is this still the case, and in an increasingly interconnected world, how long can this continue?
This route is designed for all visitors who only have one day to visit Kanazawa and want to make the most out of it. It starts and ends at Kanazawa station. You can reach all destinations via foot or by bus (check the section below for the information about bus routes).
Here we present the top 15 things to do in Fukui prefecture. The midwestern prefecture in Japan. While other parts are known for their food, scenery, or culture, Fukui is famous for dinosaur experiences.
It’s highly unlikely that you will ever have to contend with any kind of major health issue here when you visit. However, if the worst should happen, then you can rest assured that you will always be in safe hands here.
Depending on your country of origin, or more appropriately the country where you learned to drive, transitioning to driving in Japan could be either totally straightforward or mind-bendingly confusing.
Whilst even a short visit to Japan can be a life-changing experience for many, the fact is that in a country so fascinatingly unique and with so many different layers to its society, three months really isn’t enough time to even scratch the surface.
Due to its position in the far south east of Japan, Miyazaki was largely undeveloped for most of Japan's history and as such is home to some beautiful untouched landscapes and national parks, as well as natural locations that tie into Japan's earliest mythology. Miyazaki City, the prefecture's capital, tends to be a little overlooked when considering what Miyazaki as a whole has to offer.
Nearly two million people live in Fukushima. The majority of the prefecture – the third largest after Hokkaido and Iwate – was untouched by radiation, while many areas that were impacted have reached levels below what is reported in many cities around the world. Visitors need not worry about eating the produce or drinking the water. The bigger concern is whether everything Fukushima has to offer can be packed into a single trip!